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RAVEN,  1612 ;  and  OWEN  AND  LILLY,  1634. 


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EDITED,  WITH  AN  INDEX  OF  NAMES, 

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preface. 


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The  first  Visitation  of  Esses  given  in  this  Volume  is  that  of  1552.  It  is 
taken  from  Add.  MS.  7098,  which  professes  to  contain  the  Visitations  of 
this  and  other  Counties  by  Hawley,  Clarencieux,  6  Edward  VI.,  and 
appears  to  be  the  only  authority  for  the  statement  that  a  Visitation 
of  this  County  was  made  by  him  in  that  year. 

The  second  Visitation,  that  of  1558,  is  taken  from  Harleian  MS.  1137, 
which  contains,  inter  alia,  “  The  Visitation  of  Essex,  taken  by  William 
Hervey,  Esq.  alias  Clarenceulx  King  of  Armes:  begonne  the  10th  day  of 
August,  Anno  1558,  in  the  5th  and  6th  yeares  of  the  raygnes  of  our 
Soveringe  Lord  &  Lady  King  Phillipe  &  Queene  Mary,”  being  copied  by 
Jacob  Chaloner,  and  by  him  dedicated  to  Garter,  Principal  King  of  Arms, 
26  December,  1615.  It  does  not  appear  that  the  original  of  this  Visita¬ 
tion  is  at  the  College  of  Arms,  or  that  there  is  any  copy  elsewhere  than 
among  the  Harleian  MSS. 

The  third  Visitation  of  Essex  appears  to  have  been  made,  between 
1570  and  1583,  by  Robert  Cooke,  Clarencieux,  of  which  the  original  is  at 
the  College  of  Arms  ;  no  distinct  copy  is  to  be  found  among  the  MSS.  at 
the  British  Museum,  but  the  greater  part  of  it  appears  to  be  included  in 
Harleian  MS.  6065,  which  also  comprises  the  fourth  Visitation  of  Essex, 
that  by  John  Raven,  Richmond  Herald,  in  1612 — 1615,  of  which  a  copy 
i  is  at  the  College  of  Arms.  The  whole  of  this  MS.  is  given  in  this  Volume 

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VI 


PREFACE. 


under  the  heading  of  “Visitation  of  Essex,  1612,”  being  the  title  the 
MS.  hears  in  the  Catalogue  of  the  Harleian  MSS. 

The  fifth  Visitation  was  made  in  1634  by  George  Owen,  York  Herald, 
and  Henry  Lilly,  Rouge  Rose.  It  is  given  in  this  Volume  from  Harleian 
MS.  1542,  and  professes  to  have  been  coppyed  by  the  originall,  which  is  at 
the  College  of  Arms.  Of  the  sixth  Visitation,  that  of  1664,  the  original 
MS.  is  at  the  College  of  Arms,  and  no  copy  is  known  to  exist  elsewhere. 

The  “Miscellaneous  Essex  Pedigrees”  which  follow  the  last  mentioned 
Visitation  have  been  taken  from  the  following  Harleian  MSS.  : — 

MS.  1083,  which  professes  to  contain  the  arms  and  pedigrees  of 
the  Visitation  of  1634; 

MS.  1096,  containing,  inter  alia,  Pedigrees  of  London  Gentry, 
collected  by  Mr.  Lillie,  Mr.  Withie,  and  others,  from  which  the 
pedigree  of  Campion  of  Witham,  co.  Essex,  has  been  taken ; 

MS.  1398,  containing  pedigrees  of  divers  Essex  families,  from 
which  the  pedigree  of  Legatt  of  Havering,  co.  Essex,  has  been 
taken ; 

MS.  1432,  containing  a  collection  of  descents  and  arms  of  the 
gentry  of  Essex,  seeming  ( vide  Catalogue)  not  to  have  been  copied 
from  any  particular  Visitation  Book  ; 

MS.  1541,  containing,  inter  alia,  a  large  collection  of  the 
descents  of  Essex  families  made  by  Mr.  Mundy  from  the  Visita¬ 
tions  of  1583,  1614,  and  1634,  “  divers  of  them  being  enlarged  and 
continued  by  Mr.  Mundy,  Mr.  Robert  Dale,  etc.”  ( vide  Catalogue) ; 
and 

MS.  1557,  containing  the  Visitation  of  the  County  of  Oxford 
made  by  John  Phillipott,  Somerset  Herald,  and  William  Ryley, 
Blue  Mantle  Pursuivant  of  Arms,  in  the  year  1634,  from  which 
the  pedigree  of  Fisher  of  Prittlewell,  co.  Essex,  has  been 
taken. 

These  Miscellaneous  Pedigrees  refer  either  to  families  not  already 
noticed,  or  forming  additions  to,  or  continuations  of,  descents  already 
given. 


PREFACE. 


Yll 


The  compilers  of  the  Visitations  of  1612  and  1634,  particularly  the 
former,  borrowed  much,  and  altered  much  of  what  they  borrowed,  from 
previous  Visitations.  This  has  rendered  repetition  in  some  instances 
unavoidable,  but  I  have  been  careful  to  note  alterations,  instead  of 
repeating  pedigrees,  wherever  practicable. 

In  an  Appendix  will  be  found  Berry’s  Essex  Pedigrees.  With 
this  addition,  it  is  believed,  the  present  work  will  contain  all  that  is 
known  of  Essex  Families  out  of  the  College  of  Arms. 

I  have  endeavoured  to  render  this  work  as  accurate  as  possible, 
especially  as  to  proper  and  local  names,  and,  in  these  respects,  I  think  it 
will  bear  favourable  comparison  with  more  than  one  of  the  publications 
of  a  similar  nature  already  issued  by  the  Society. 

No  doubt,  time  can  scarcely  be  said  to  be  thrown  away,  or  trouble 
ill-bestowed,  in  the  accurate  reproduction  of  the  original  MS.  of  a  Visi¬ 
tation,  and  even  then,  care  might  be  taken  to  explain  differences  in 
orthography  between  the  proper  and  local  names  there  given  and  those  in 
modern  use  applicable  to  the  same  persons  and  places ;  but  to  reproduce, 
as  a  work  worthy  the  name,  and  acceptable  to  the  Members,  of  the  Society, 
a  MS.,  itself  a  copy,  or  more  probably  a  copy  of  a  copy,  of  a  Visitation 
written  long  ago  by  some  one,  alike  ignorant  of  the  names  and  localities 
described,  and  careless  of  the  effect  of  errors  in  their  transcription, 
and  to  preserve  carefully  all  such  errors,  without  an  attempt  to  explain 
or  correct  them,  and  to  do  this  by  way  of  giving  what  Mr.  Fetherston, 
in  his  ‘Warwickshire,’  calls  a  literal  copy,  is  not  my  idea  of  the 
duty  of  an  Editor,  nor,  in  my  opinion,  is  it  one  that  can  be  further 
indulged  in  without  seriously  compromising  the  usefulness,  and  lowering 
the  status,  of  the  Society’s  Publications. 

I  have  arranged  all  the  Visitations,  as  well  as  the  Miscellaneous 
Pedigrees,  and  Berry’s  Essex  Pedigrees,  alphabetically,  as  being  most 
convenient  for  reference. 

The  length  of  this  book  renders  it  necessary  to  issue  it  in  two 
Parts.  The  first  (the  present  Volume)  contains  the  Visitations  of  1552, 
1558,  1612,  and  1634.  The  second  will  contain  the  Miscellaneous  Pedi- 


Till 


PREFACE. 


grees  and  Berry’s  Essex  Pedigrees,  with  Errata  and  Addenda,  and  an 
Index  of  Names  to  the  whole  work.  This  part  is  in  the  press,  and  will 
be  issued  with  as  little  delay  as  possible. 

I  recommend  the  Members  to  note  up  the  Errata  and  Addenda. 
These  will  be  greater  in  number  than  I  could  wish,  and  as  far  as  possible 
they  will  be  referred  to  in  the  Index. 

My  best  thanks  are  due  to  Mr.  Evebakd  Green,  F.S.A.,  for  much 
assistance  in  the  blazon  of  the  Arms  and  otherwise. 

WALTEE  C.  METCALFE. 


8  Gloucester  Street,  S.  W. 
March,  1879. 


PART  I 


i£tst  of  ^ebtjgrees. 

Most  of  the  Minor  Pedigrees,  not  separately  recorded,  and  all  entries  of  Arms  only, 
are  not  included,  but  of  course  are  referred  to  in  the  Index. 


VISITATION  OF  1552. 


PAGE 


Barlee . 1 

Barnes,  No.  1  ....  2 

Babnes,  No.  2  ...  .  3 

Bibsworth . 1 

Bourne . 4 

Bowes . 5 

Browne . 5 

Bubee,  Bure . 6 

COENISH . 8 

CORNWALL . 6 

De  Yebe,  see  Veee. 

Evebabd  .  7 


PAGE 


Golding . 8 

Habeis,  No.  1  ....  9 

Habeis,  No.  2  ....  9 

King . 10 

Marsh . 10 

Meautys . 10 

Mildmay . 11 

Naylinghuest  ....  11 
Pascall,  No.  1  ....  11 
Pascall,  No.  2  ....  12 

Petbe . 12 

Rich . 13 


PAGE 

Smyth . 13 

Swallow . 14 

Sysley . 14 

Tey . 16 

Tireell . 15 

Vere . 16 

Wentwoeth,  No.  1  .  .  16 

Wentworth,  No.  2  .  .  17 

Whitbred . 17 

White . 18 

Wilfoed . 18 

Wiseman . 18 


VISITATION  OF  1558. 


Amys,  Amyce . 19 

Ayloffe . 20 

Baaed . 22 

Barnabye . 20 

Barnard . 20 

Babnes . 21 

Barrington,  No.  1  .  .  22 

Barrington,  No.  2  .  .  87 

Barry . 81 

Battell . 23 

Beckingham . 24 

Bedell . 24 

Bell . 25 

Bebiff . 25 

Boode,  Boade,  No.  1  .  .  26 
Boode,  Boade,  No.  2  .  .  73 

Bowes . 27 

Bradbury . 28 

Bridges,  Bruges  ...  29 

Brockett . 30 

Bkokesborne  ....  96 

Browne . 31 

Burre . 32 

Butler . 32 

Capell  . . 32 

Cabdinall . 33 

Cabington . 33 


Cheeke . 91 

Chetwinde . 22 

Cliffe . 35 

Clipsbye . 67 

Clouvile,  see  Clovile. 
Cloyile,  Clouvile,  Col- 

vile  . 36 

COGSHALL,  COGESHALL  .  37 

Cole . -^38 

Colvile,  see  Clovile. 

Cooke . 39 

Cotton . 40 

Cutte . 44 

Darcy . 44 

Deane . 47 

De  Yere . 47 

Dorward . 104 

Eliott  .......  48 

Elrington,  Erlington  .  49 

Enfield . 23 

Eton . 50 

Findebne . 107 

Fitch . 51 

Fttzherbert  ....  63 

Fitz  Simond . 100 

Fodringhay . 52 

Foord . 53 


Gawdey . 67 

Gerrard . 94 

Glascock . 54 

Golding . 55 

Gooch . 56 

Gray . 67 

Greene . 67 

Harris . 59 

Hend . 34 

Higatte  ......  61 

Higham . 62 

Ingow . 103 

Jenkyn . 63 

Jenour . 63 

Jobson . 64 

Josselyn,  Jocelyn  .  .  65 

King . 66 

Knightley . 67 

Lacon,  Lakyn  ....  68 

Langham . 41 

Lathom . 68 

Leynham . 34 

LrSTER,  Lyster  ....  70 

Lucas . 71 

Mandeville . 22 

Mannock . 72 

Mantell . 72 


X 


LIST  OF  PEDIGREES 


Marlar  . 

Maxey . 

Maynard  . 

Meantis  . . 

Mildmay . 

Monotjx,  No.  1  .  .  .  . 
Monoux,  No.  2  ...  . 
Morgan,  No.  1  .  .  .  . 
Morgan,  No.  2  ...  . 
Mountchensey  .  .  .  . 
Mountfort,  Mountford 
Naylxnghurrst  .  .  . 
Nichols,  Nicholls  .  . 

Parget er  . 

Parker  . 

Parratt  . 

Pascall  . 

Pawne . 

Petre  . 

POUNCETT  . 

POYNTZ  . 


Aleyn,  Alleyn  .  .  .  . 
Appulton,  Apleton  .  . 

Archer  . 

Argall  . 

Astley  . 

Audley,  Awdeley  .  . 

Ayloffe  . 

Baker  . 

Baninge . 

Barker . 

Barnard  . 

Barrett  . 

Barrington . 

Battell  . 

Beckingham . 

Belhouse  .  . 

Bell . 

Bendish . 

Bennett  . 

Bickerton  . 

Bingham . 

Blake  . 

Blount  . 

Boddye  . 

Boode,  Boade  .  .  .  . 

Bourne  . 

Bradbury . 

Bramston  . 

Bricher,  Brether  .  . 
Bridges,  Bruges  .  .  . 
Brockman,  Brookman  . 

Broughton  . 

Browne,  No.  1  .  .  .  . 
Browne,  No.  2  .  .  .  . 
Browne,  No.  3  .  .  .  . 
Browne,  No.  i  ...  . 

Bugge  . 

Bullock  . 

Burre,  Bure . 

Butler  . 

Camocke  . 

Capell  . 

Cardinall . 

Carington  . 


74 

75 

76 
76 
78 

78 

79 

80 
83 

83 

84 

85 

86 
86 

87 
76 

88 
24 

89 

90 

91 


PAGE 


Pyrton . 92 

Quarles . 93 

Ratcliffe,  Radcliffe  .  94 

Raymond . 95 

Raynsford . 96 

Ridware . 41 

Roberts . 97 

Rochester . 97 

Sands,  Sandes  ....  99 

Scott . 100 

Sharpe . 100 

Smith . 101 

Staunton,  Stanton,  No.  1  102 
Staunton,  Stanton,  No.  2  101 
Strangman,  No.  I  .  .  .  103 
Strangman,  No.  2  ...  73 

Sutton . 105 

Swallow . 106 

Swinburne . 106 

Tendring . 107 

Tey . 108 


PAGE 

Thursley . 52 

Tirrell,  Tyrrell  .  .  .110 

Torrell . 115 

Tusser,  Turssar  .  .  .  117 

Vavasour . 118 

Vernon . 118 

Waldegrave,  Wal- 
GRAVE,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  119 
Waldegrave,  Wal- 
grave,  No.  2  .  .  .  .  122 

Wateville . 41 

Wentworth . 124 

Weston . 125 

Whitbred . 126 

Wilford,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  127 

Wilford,  No.  2  ...  .  128 

Wiseman . 129 

Wither . 130 

Woulphe . 81 

Wroth . 132 


VISITATION  OF  1612. 


133 

134 

136 

137 

138 

139 

141 
145 

142 

143 

144 

145 

146 
227 

149 
145 

150 
316 

150 

151 

152 

152 

153 

155 
292 

156 

157 

157 
168 

158 
161 
161 
162 

163 

164 

165 

167 

168 
169 

169 

170 

171 

172 

173 


Chastelin . 226 

Checke . 176 

Church . 177 

Cliffe . 178 

Clopton . 179 

Clouvile,  see  Clovile. 
Clovile,  Clouvile,  Col- 

vile  . 180 

Collin . 182 

Colvile,  see  Clovile. 

Coo . 182 

Cooke . 183 

Coys . 184 

Crochrode . 184 

Dale . 186 

Darcy . “186 

Deane . 188 

De  Bois,  see  Archer. 

Denver . 189 

Dichfield . 189 

Drury . 190 

Eglesfield . 191 

Eliott . 191 

Enfield . 227 

Eton . 192 

Everard . 193 

Fanshaw . 194 

Filleall,  Filleoll  .  .195 

Fitch . 197 

Fitzwilliam . 197 

Francis . 200 

Freer,  Fryer  ....  200 

Frith . 201 

Gent . 202 

Gernon . 203 

Goodday . 203 

Greene . 204 

Grimston . 205 

Guliam . 208 

Hale . 209 

Hardees . 211 

Harlakenden  ....  210 

Harris . 213 

Harvey,  Hervey  .  .  .214 


Helyon . 203 

Higham,  No.  1  ....  216 

Higham,  No.  2  ...  .  217 

Holford . 218 

Hone . 220 

Humble . 220 

Jenour . 221 

JOSSELYN,  JOCELIN,  No.  1  223 
JOSSELYN,  JOCELIN,  No.  2  226 

Kempe . 230 

Kirkeby . 232 

Listor,  Lyster  ....  233 

Longmore . 234 

Lucas . 235 

Luckin . 237 

Lukyn . 238 

Man . 240 

Mannynge . 241 

Markaunt . 241 

Marlar . 242 

Marsham,  Masham  .  .  244 

Marston . 244 

Massey . 246 

Maxey . 246 

Meutis . 247 

Medhope . 248 

Milborne . 248 

Mildmay . 249 

Monoux . 252 

Mordaunt . 253 

Morgan,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  255 
Morgan,  No.  2  ...  .  255 

Morice . 256 

Mountfort,  Mount- 

ford  . 256 

Nelson . 257 

Nightingale  ....  258 

Pargeter  .  259 

Parker,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  259 

Parker,  No.  2  ...  .  260 

Pascall . 260 

Patmere . 227 

Penninge . 262 

Perte . 263 


LIST  OF  PEDIGREES 


XI 


PAGE 

Petre  {•••*••■  264 

Pett . 265 

Pinchon . 266 

Poyntz . 267 

Quarles  .  271 

Radcliff,  Ratcliff  .  .274 

Raven . 142 

Reve . 275 

Rich . 276 

Rikedon . 161 

Roberts  .  279 

Rochester . 279 

Rone . 281 

Rowbotham . 282 

Rowe,  Roe . 282 

Sams,  Sames . 283 

Sandford  .  285 

Sands,  Sandes  ....  286 

Saver,  Sayre  ....  286 

Scott . 287 

Sebright . 288 


PAGE 

Smith . 173 

Staunton,  Stanton  .  .  290 

Stephens  .  290 

Stepneth . 291 

Strangman . 291 

Tallakarne . 293 

Tanfield . 294 

Tendring . 296 

Tey . 297 

Thursby,  Thoresby  .  .  298 
Tirrell,  Tyrrell  .  .  .  299 

Tryan . 303 

Turner,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  303 

Turner,  No.  2  ...  .  304 

Tusser,  Turssar  .  .  .  304 

Twedy . 305 

Vavasor . 306 

Vernon . 307 

Waldegrave,  Wal- 

GRAVE . 307 

Walter . 310 


PAGE 

Walthall . 311 

Watton . 311 

Wentworth . 312 

Westley . 316 

Weston . 318 

Whitcombe,Whetcombe  320 

Whitbred . 320 

White . 321 

Wilford . 322 

Winch . 323 

Wiseman,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  324 
Wiseman,  No.  2  ...  .  326 
Wiseman,  No.  3  .  .  .  .  327 

Wither . 328 

Worthington  ....  328 

Wortley . 329 

Wroth . 330 

Wyatt . 331 

Young,  Yonge  ....  332 


VISITATION  OF  1634. 


Aleyn,  Alleyn,  No.  1  .  333 

Aleyn,  Alleyn,  No.  2  .  334 

Alston . 335 

Argall . 335 

Ashton,  Ayson  ....  336 

Astley . 336 

Atslow . 337 

Atwood . 338 

Audley,  Awdley  .  .  .  338 

Aylett . 339 

Ayloffe . 340 

Ayson,  see  Ashton. 

Badcock . 340 

Ballet . 341 

Barker . 341 

Barkham . 342 

Baron,  No.  1  ....  342 

Baron,  No.  2 . 343 

Barrington . 343 

Barrow . 344 

Bassano . 344 

Bayly . 345 

Bendish . 346 

Bendlowes . 347 

Bennett,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  347 

Bennett,  No.  2  .  .  .  .  348 

Beriff . 348 

Berners . 349 

Bigg . 349 

Bingham . 350 

Blower  . . 351 

Bokenham . 351 

Bonham . 352 

Boosey . 352 

Bourchier . 353 

Bourne . 354 

Bowes . 355 

Brawston . 356 

Brand . 357 

Bridges . 358 

Brisco . 496 

Bristow . 358 

Browne,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  359 

Browne,  No.  2  ....  359 


Browne,  No.  3  .  .  .  .  361 

Browne,  No.  4  .  .  .  .  362 

Browne,  No.  6  ...  .  365 

Bugge . 363 

Burnett . 364 

Bury . 364 

Butler . 365 

Byrd,  No.  1 . 365 

Byrd,  No.  2 . 366 

Cage,  No.  1 . 367 

Cage,  No.  2 . 368 

Caldwell . 368 

Cannyng . 369 

Capell . 370 

Cardinall . 370 

Carew . 371 

Castell . 371 

Chamber,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  372 

Chamber,  No.  2  ...  .  372 

Cheeke . 373 

Chester . 374 

Chilborne . 374 

Church,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  375 

Church,  No.  2  ...  .  376 

Cliffe . 376 

Clopton  .  377 

Clouvile,  see  Clovile. 
Clovile,  Clouvile,  Col- 

vile  . 377 

Coldham . 378 

Cole,  No.  1 . 378 

Cole,  No.  2 . 379 

Collin . 379 

Colvile,  see  Clovile. 

Coo,  No.  1 . 380 

Coo,  No.  2 . 381 

Cooke,  No.  1 . 381 

Cooke,  No.  2 . 382 

Cooke,  No.  3 . 382 

Coteel . 383 

Cotton,  No.  1  ....  384 

Cotton,  No.  2  ...  .  384 

Coys . 385 

Crochrode . 385 


Crompe . 386 

Cudmore . 386 

Darcy . 387 

Davenant . 388 

Deane . 388 

Dering . 389 

Drury . 389 

Drywood,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  389 

Drywood,  No.  2  .  .  .  .  390 

Edon . 390 

Eldred . 391 

Eliston . 392 

Elrington . 392 

Eltonhead . 393 

Emery,  Amery  ....  393 

Everard,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  394 

Everard,  No.  2  ...  .  394 

Everard,  No.  3  .  .  .  .  395 

Farr . 395 

Fileall,  Filioll  .  .  .396 

Fitch . 397 

Fleming . 397 

Fortescue . 398 

Franke . 399 

Freeman . 399 

Freer,  Fryer  ....  400 

Freshwater . 401 

Fulwer . 401 

Gardiner . 402 

Garfoot . 403 

Gent . 403 

Gethin . 404 

Gibbes . 405 

Gilbert . 405 

Glascock,  No.  1  ...  406 

Glascock,  No.  2  ...  406 

Godbold . 407 

Gouson . 360 

Gooday . 408 

Gough . 408 

Greene,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  409 

Greene,  No.  2  ...  .  409 

Griffith . 410 

Grimston . 410 


Xll 


LIST  OF  PEDIGREES 


_  PAGE 

Gynes . 411 

Hardwick . 412 

Harington . 412 

Harlakenden  ....  413 
Harris,  No.  1  ....  414 

Harris,  No.  2  ...  .  415 

Harris,  No.  3  ....  415 

Harte . 416 

Harvey . 416 

Henshaw . 417 

Heron . 417 

Higham,  No.  1  .  .  .  .418 
Higham,  No.  2  ...  .  419 

Hirst . 420 

Hobson . 420 

Holcroft . 421 

Holgate . 421 

Holstock . 422 

Hone . 422 

Honywood . 423 

Houghton . 510 

How . 425 

Humfrey . 425 

Jackman . 426 

JAmes . 426 

Jeffries . 427 

Jekyll . 427 

Jennyns . 428 

Jenour . 429 

Johnson . 430 

JOSSELYN,  JOCELIN  .  .  .  430 

Kempe . 431 

Kighley . 431 

Knightbridge  ....  432 

Lake . 432 

Langley . 433 

Lathom . 433 

Leigh . 434 

Lenthall . 434 

Litle . 435 

Lomley . 436 

Lucas . 437 

Luckin . 437 

Lukyn . 438 

Luther,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  439 

Luther,  No.  2  ...  .  439 

Lyngwood . 440 

Lynne . 440 

Lyon . 441 

Machell . 441 

Man,  No.  1 . 442 

Man,  No.  2 . 443 

Manwood . 443 

Marlar . 444 

Marsiiam,  Masham  .  .  444 

Martyn . .  445 

Maunsell . 446 

Maxey . 446 

May . 447 

Maydstone . 447 

Meade,  No.  1 . 448 

Meade,  No.  2 . 449 

Meade,  No.  3 . 450 

Merell . 450 

Midleton . 451 

Milborne . 451 

Mildmay,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  452 
Mildmay,  No.  2  .  .  .  .452 


PAGB 

Mildmay,  No.  3  .  .  .  .454 
Mildmay,  No.  4  .  .  .  .  454 

Millington . 455 

Moore,  No.  1 . 455 

Moore,  No.  2 . 456 

Mordaunt,  Mordant  .  456 

Morice . 457 

Mott . 458 

Nevill . 459 

Newport . 460 

Nicholson,  Nicolson.  .  461 
Nightingale  ....  462 

Owen . 463 

Palmer,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  463 

Palmer,  No.  2  ....  464 

Parke . 464 

Partridge,  No.  1  .  .  .  465 
Partridge,  No.  2  .  .  .  465 

Parvish . 466 

Peeres . 466 

Penington . 467 

Penistone . 468 

Perte . 468 

Petre . 469 

Pettus . 469 

Pinchon . 470 

Plumme . 470 

Porter . 471 

Prescott . 472 

Pulley . 472 

Pyott . 473 

Pyrton . 473 

Quarles . 474 

Radcliff,  Ratcliff  .  .  474 

Ray . 475 

Raymond,  No.  1 .  .  .  .  475 
Raymond,  No.  2  .  .  .  .476 

Reve . 476 

Roberts . 478 

Roch . ,477 

Rous,  No.  1 . 478 

Rous,  No.  2 . 479 

Rowe,  Roe . 479 

Rudd . 480 

Rush . 481 

Sadler . 481 

St.  Piere . 482 

Sams,  Sames,  No.  1  .  .  482 

Sams,  Sames,  No.  2  .  .  483 

Sandford . 484 

Sayer,  Sayre  ....  484 

Scott . 485 

Seymer . 486 

Shaa . 486 

Sharpe . 487 

Slaney . 487 

Smyth,  No.  1 . 487 

Smyth,  No.  2 . 188 

Smyth,  No.  3 . 489 

Smyth,  see  Nevill  .  .  .  459 

Snape . 489 

Soame . 490 

Sorrell,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  490 
Sorrell,  No.  2  ...  .  491 

Southcote . 491 

Sparrow . 492 

Stanley . 493 

Stoner . 493 


PAGE 

SULIARD . 494 

Swan . 494 

Symonds  .  495 

Sympson . 496 

Talcott . 497 

Tanfield . 498 

Taverner,  No.  1  .  .  .  498 

Taverner,  No.  2  ...  499 

Tendring . 499 

Tennant . 500 

Tetlow . 501 

Thistlethwaite  .  .  .501 
Thursby,  Thoresby  .  .  502 

Thwaits . 503 

Tirrell . 503 

Topesfield . 504 

Towse . 505 

Trafford . 505 

Trapps . 506 

Trench . 507 

Trott . 507 

Teeke . 508 

Turner,  No.  1  ....  -508 

Turner,  No.  2  ...  .  509 

Tusser . 353 

Tuthill . 510 

Tyndall . 511 

Vavasor . 512 

Vernon . 512 

Vessey . 513 

Wakering . 513 

Waldegrave,  No.  1  .  .514 
Waldegrave,  No.  2  .  .  515 

Wale . 516 

Wallinger . 515 

Walter . 359 

Walter . 517 

Ward . 518 

Ware . 518 

Weblin . 519 

Wentworth . 519 

Whetstone . 520 

Whitbred . 520 

Whitcombe,  Whetcombe  521 

White . 521 

Whitgift . 522 

Whiting . 522 

Wilcocks . 523 

Wilford . 523 

Williams . 524 

Williamson . 524 

Wilmer . 525 

Wilson . 525 

Winch . 526 

Wiseman,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  526 

Wiseman^  No.  2  .  .  .  .  529 

Wiseman,  No.  3  .  .  .  .  529 

Wiseman,  No.  4  .  .  .  .  530 

Wiseman,  No.  5  ...  .  530 

Wood . 531 

Woodcock . 632 

Wright,  No.  1  .  .  .  .  532 

Wright,  No.  2  ...  .  532 

Wyatt . 534 

Wyke . 535 

Young,  Yonge  ....  536 


/ 


mn 

<P  (stations  of  €sscjc, 

&C. 


PART  I. 


Cfje 

Wsttatton  of  €sscjc, 

1552. 


Bailee. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Ermine,  three  bars  wavy  sable,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
[Barlee.]  2  and  3.  Azure,  three  eagles  displayed  or  [Bibsworth],  impaling 
quarterly  of  six — 1.  Barlee.  2.  Or,  a  water  bouget  sable,  a  bordure  of  the 
second  bezantee.  [Lanway.]  The  rest  blank. 


Sir  Hugh  Bibsworth  Knyght  had  issue  :=j= 


Sr  Edmond  Bibsworth,  K.  lord  of  the  Manner  of  Bibsworth=p 
in  com.  Hertford  and  Southouse  in  Essex. 


John  Bibsworth=p 
sonne  and  heire. 


I 

Joan,  wyfe  to  Tho-=j= 
mas  Glocester. 


Agnes,  wife  to=j= 
Jo  .  .  Cutts. 


Thomas  Bibsworth 
son  and  heire  died 
w{owt  issue. 


Joan  Glocester=p 
wyfe  to  Thom’s 
Barlee. 


John  Cutts,  ataynted=Joyse 
of  fellony  and  died  daught’ 
sanz  issue.  of  ...  . 


Robert  Barlee  mard  Joan  Skypwith.=f= 

A| 


B 


2 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


This  Francis  was  of 
Bibesworth  Hall  at 
Kempton  in  Hart- 
fordshire. 


A  I 


Francis  Barlee= 
mar.  Dorytha, 
da.  of  Rich. 

Lo.  Rich 
lo.  Chancelor 
of  England. 


William  Barlee.=p 


Henry  Barlee  =p 


Will’m  Barlee.=p 


Richard  Barlee  Esq.  of  Elsen-  John  Barlee  Elizabeth  wyfe  Mary  Luce 

ham  in  Essex,  marr.  Anne,  da.  second  son.  to  Rafe  Wise-  wife  to  wvfe  to 

&  coh.  of  Wm  Barlee  of  Alberye  man  of  Ryvenall  Draper.  John 

in  com.  Hartford.  in  co.  Essex.  Hare. 


~r 


Thomas  Barlee  son  2.  Anne  1.  Doratha,  wyfe  to  Jo.  Osborne  3.  Ellen  4.  Mary 
and  heire,  1593.  Barlee.  of  th’  Exchequer.  Barlee.  Barlee. 


JSarnes. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Quarterly  argent  and  vert,  in  the  first  quarter  a  crescent  or,  a 
crescent  for  difference.  [Barnes.]  2.  Azure  billettee  or,  a  lion  rampant  of 
the  second.  [Gysours.]  3.  Gules,  a  fess  embattled  between  three  leopards' 
heads  or.  [St.  Jermyn.]  4.  Or,  on  a  bend  sable  three  ostrich  feathers  argent, 
passing  through  as  many  scrolls  of  the  first  [Clarendon],  impaling  quarterly 
1  and  4.  Gules,  three  mullets  argent,  a  crescent  foi'  difference.  [Hansard.] 
2.  Gules,  a  cross  floi'y  argent,  in  dexter  chief  an  escallop  of  the  second. 

]  3.  Argent,  semee  of  crosses  gules,  a  lion  rampant  of  the  second. 

[  ] 

Thom’  Barneas  of  Horseley  in  the  Counte  of  Surrey,  esquyer  second  son  to 
Thom’  Barneas  Knight  of  Horseley,  maryed  Margaret  doughter  and  on  of  theyrs  of 
Saint  Jermyn  wch  Saint  Jermyn  weded  Anne  on  of  the  doughters  and 
heyrs  of  Gysores  of  London,  Knight,  and  had  issu  John  Barneas  son  and  heyre. 

John  Barneas  (?of  Writtle,  co.  Essex)  son  &  heyr  to  Thom’  maryed  fyrst 
Margery  doughter  of  Veer  and  had  issu  by  her  John  Barneas  of  Thurfelde  in  the 
counte  of  Herford  (?  of  Writtle,  co.  Essex)  son  and  heyre.  Then  the  said  John 
weded  to  his  second  wyef  Custance,  doughter  of  Nicolas  Pagenham  of  Sussex  and 
had  issue  by  her  Will’m  Barnes. 

Will'm  Barnes  (?  of  Thoby,  co.  Essex)  2  son  to  John  By  his  2  wyeff,  weded 
Dorathe,  doughter  of  Anthony  Hansard  of  Whyttyngham  in  the  counte  of  Sufif.  and 
hath  issu  Will’m  Barnes  son  and  heyre,  Thom’  2  son,  Leonard  3  son,  Rychd  iiijth 
son  &  Elsabeth. 

Will’m  Barnes  son  and  heyre  of  Will’m  maryed  Elsabeth  doughter  of  Thom’ 
Edon  of  Sudbery  in  the  counte  of  Sulf.  esquyer  &  hath  issu  Thom’  son  &  heyre,  wch 
dyed  yonge,  Gryssell. 


3 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


18  yere  of 
Rychr  the  fyrst. 


38antess. 

(No.  2.) 

(Prefixed  to  fol.  1,  and  in  a  later  hand.) 

Sr  Gyles  Barnes=p 
Knight.  j 


borne  in  the 
8  yere  of 
Kyng  John. 


borne  ...  of 
H.  3. 


Sr  Randall' 
Barnes. 


Thom.  Gyzors  son: 
of  John  Gyssors 
of  London. 


Sr  Raffe=p 
Barnes.  I 


Jane,  wyffe- 
to  Belton. 


xxxi  of 
Edward  ye 
fyrst. 


Edward=p 


S' 

Barnes. 


Gourby.=j=Idon 
Belton. 


Stoddey.=pJohanna 
Belton. 


.=Sr  John=. 
Barnes 
borne  6 
of  Ed.  3. 


Crow-=Ales 
land. 


Gowrby. 


I 

Idon  wyff 
toNycolas 
Brcmber, 
sans  issu. 


I  I  ! 

Merget  Marget  Johanna 
to  to  John  wyf  to 
Henry  Phel-  John 
Van-  pot.  Good- 
ney.  =p  lake. 


I  I  I 


Sr  James 

Rychyr 

Thom’ 

Will’m 

Agnes  Crow- 

John 

Thomazyn 

Marget 

Barnes. 

2  son. 

3  son 

4  son 

land  syster 

Phil- 

wyf  to 

wyffe  to 

=r 

of  the 

maryed 

and  heyr  to 

pot. 

JohnBoys. 

J ohn  St. 

•  •  • 

Ales 

her  brother 

— 

Jermyn. 

n 

= 

Swyn- 

Richr. 

Idon  to 

n 

borne. 

Thom’  Grey. 

Sr  Rychr=Phclype  dot’ 


lord 
Barnes. 


of  Sr  Edward 
Dalyngridge. 


Son  & 
heyre. 


Thomas  Barnes 
of  Horsseley  in 
Surrey  2  son. 


Marget  dot’ 
and  on  of 
theyres. 


I  I 

Anne  to  ... .  By- 
flet  sans  issu. 

Thomazyn  to 
Laughton,  who 
hath  issue  Ales 
wyffe  to  Folyot. 


Sr  John  Bowsey=pMarget,  dot’  & 
lord  Barnes.  |  heyre  of  ...  . 


John  Barnes  of  Wryttelb 
son  &  heyre. 


Sr  Humfrey  Bowsey 
son  of  Sr  John, 
maryed  dot’  &  heyr 
of ...  .  Tylney. 


Marget  wyff 
to  Sr  Tho¬ 
mas  Bryan. 


Anne  wyeff  to 
the  lord  Darcy 
of  the  South. 


John  Bow-==Kateren  dot’  of 


sey  lord 
Barnes. 


John  Howard, 
Duke  of  Norff. 


....  gent.  Porter. = dot’  and  heyr. 


4 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


A| 


Margery 


of  Norhapt. 


do’t  of=p  John  Barnes  of=pCustance,  dot’  of  Pagerham 


Wryttill. 


John  Barnes  of  Thur- 
felde  in  the  county  of 
Hertford. 


(?  Pagenham)  of  Sussex. 


Will’m  Barnes  of=pDorathy  dot’  of  Antony  Hansard 

(?  Whittingham) 


Toby  (Thoby)  in 
Essex  2  son. 


of  Whylty  . 
in  Suff. 


WiH’m=Elsabeth,  dot’  of 


Barnes 
son  & 
heyr. 


Thom.  Edon  of 
Sudbery  in  Suff. 


Thomas  Leonard  3  son  to  Wyll’m 
Barnes  mar’d  Mary  dot’  to  James 
2  son.  Hedge,  to  her  fyrst  hus¬ 
band  Crystofer  Harrys. 


Rychyr 
4  son. 


I  I  I 

Anne. 

Amye. 

Elsabeth. 


Thomas  Barnes  sans  issu.  Grysselles. 


I 


Antony  Barnes. 


BibstooiTf). 

(. See  iSarlee.) 


Bourne. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Per  pale  argent  and  azure,  a  chevron  counter  changed  between 
four  shacJcholts  gules  bolted  or,  a  martlet  for  difference.  [Bourne.] 

2.  Same  impaling  (?  Marsh)  as  under  Marsh. 

Crest. — A  hound’s  head  argent,  langued  gules,  ducally  gorged  or.  [?  Bourne.[ 

John  Bourne  of .  .  .  .=pMarget  dot’  of ...  . 


W  ill’m  Bourne  of  Bobyng-=pMarget  dot’  to  Rychr  Rysse  of  Davyd 
worth  in  Essex.  I  Potten  in  Bedfordsh.  Bourne. 


Will’m  Robert  John  Richr  James  Dorathey.  Elsabeth.  Margery. 

Bourne.  2  son.  3  son.  4  son.  5  son. 

A  modern  hand  has  added : — 

Wm  Bourne  ob.  1581. 

Rob1  Bourne.=Kath.  dr  of  Hen.  Medeley  Esq.  ob.  1645  ast.  80. 

Rob1  B.  ob.  1665.=T=Rose  dr  of  Hump.  Walcot  ob.  1653. 


Alice  mar.  J’n  Ld  Digby  ob.  1658s 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1552. 


5 


JSotoes. 

Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Ermine,  three  lows  lent  gules,  on  a  chevron  azure  a  swan 
argent,  member ed  gules,  holding  in  his  beak  a  ring  or,  between  two  lions’  faces 
of  the  last.  [Bowes.] 

2.  Azure,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  oaken  slips,  acorned  proper, 
a  bordure  engrailed  or  [Amades  or  Amidas],  impaling  quarterly  1  and  4. 
Chequy  a  cross,  a  bordure  charged  with  ten  qualrefoils.  [Boysse.]  2  and  3. 
Per  pale  gules  and  azure  three  hinds’  heads  erased  counter  changed,  a  bordure 
of  the  second  charged  with  ten  bezants.  [ 

3.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Azure,  a  bend  or.  [Scroop.]  2  and  3.  Argent, 
a  saltire  engrailed  gules  [Tiptoft],  impaling  quarterly  1.  Amades  ;  2.  Boysse. 

3.  A  chevron  engrailed  between  three  mascles,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [ 

4.  Same  as  2  and  3  in  the  last  shield. 

4.  Bowes  impaling  Scroop 

Thom.  Bowes  of  the  Sytie  of  Yorke,  esquyer  maryed  doughter  of 

and  had  issu  Martyn  Bowes,  Knight,  son  and  heyre,  Thom,  second  son. 
Sr  Martyn  Bowes  Knight  son  &  heyre  of  Thom,  maryed  to  his  fyrst  wyef,  Cecely 
doughter  to  Elyot  and  by  her  had  yssu  Thom,  son  and  heyre.  Marten  2  son. 

Marten  second  son  to  Sr  Martyn  Bowes,  Knight,  maryed  to  his  fyrst  wyef 
Fraunces  Scroope,  doughter  of  Rychr  Scroope  of  and  heyre  of  Elsabeth 

his  wyef,  wch  Elsabeth  was  doughter  and  on  of  theyres  of  Robt.  Amydas  of  London, 
and  of  Margery  his  wyef,  wch  Margery  was  doughtr  and  heyre  of  James  Boysse  and 
the  said  Martyn  had  yssu  by  the  said  Fraunces,  Martyn  son  &  heyre  and  iiij 
doughters  that  is  to  say  Joyes,  Anne,  Mary  and  Ellen. 


JSrotom. 

Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Browne,  as  No.  4  in  Vis.  1612. 

2.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Browne  without  the  chief  2  and  3.  Quarterly 

1  and  4.  Azure,  a  chevron  or  between  three  swans  argent.  [Charlton.] 

2  and  3.  Per  bend  azure  and  or  a  lion  rampant  gules  [Francis]  impaling 
quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent  a  cross  vert.  [Hussey.]  2  and  3.  Barry  of  six 
ermine  and  gules.  [Hussey.] 

3.  Browne,  as  in  the  first  shield,  impaling  quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  a 
chevron  gules  between  three  leopards’  faces  sable.  [Farington.]  2.  Gules, 
three  cinquefoils  pierced  argent.  [Farington.]  3.  Argent,  a  cross  engrailed 
sable  between  four  torteaux.  [Clayton.] 

4.  Quarterly  as  in  the  last  impalement. 

Crest. — Same  as  Browne,  No.  1  in  Vis.  1612. 

1.  Robert  Browne  of  Langynhow  maryed  Mary  doughter  and  heyre  of  Sr  Thom. 

Charlton,  Knight,  and  had  issu  Sr  Weston  Browne  Knight,  son  and  heyre  Sr  Hum- 
frey  Browne  second  son,  on  of  the  Judges  of  the  Com ’on  place  who  maryed  the 
doughter  of  Hussey. 

2.  Sr  Weston  Browne  son  and  heyre  to  Robert,  weded  Elsabeth  doughter  of 
Will’m  Mordant  of  Turvey  in  Bedfordshyre,  and  hath  issu  Will’m  yl  dyed  sans  issu, 
John  2  son  &  heyre,  Thom,  a  prest  parson  of  lytell  Barkensted,  Antony,  Anne  weded 
to  Will’m  Eton,  of  Shropshyre,  Custance,  Jane  weded  to  Brygge. 

3.  Antony  Browne,  esquyer,  Sergent  at  law,  3  son  to  Sr  Weston  Browne,  weded 
Johanna  doughter  and  sole  heyre  to  Sr  Will’m  Farington  son  &  heyre  to  Sr  Henry 
Farington,  &  doughter  and  on  of  theyrs  of  John  Claytone  of  Clayton,  in  the  Counte 
of  Lancaster  esquyer. 


6 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


Bum,  Bure- 

Arms. — Same  as  in  Vis.  1612. 

Thom.  Bure  of  Barkinge  maryed  doughter  of  and  had 

issu  John  Bure  son  and  heyre  Rychr,  2  son,  Anne  weded  to  Rich1  Huttofte. 

John  Bure  son  and  heyre  to  Thom.  Bure  weded  Katerin  doughter  of  Rychard 
Covert  of  Slowtham  in  the  counte  of  Sussex  and  hath  issu  John  Bure  son  and 
heyre,  Rychard  2  son  wch  dyed  sans  issu,  Elsabeth  weded  to  Edward  Croftes,  Jane 
weded  to  James,  Thom.  Kateren  maryed. 

John  Bure  son  and  heyre  of  John  weded  Ales  doughter  of  Thom.  Marche  and 
by  her  hath  issu  Jane. 


Colchester. 

The  Armes  of  the  Towne  of  Colchester  : — 

Gules,  two  staves  raguly  and  couped,  one  in  pale  surmounted  by  the  other  in  fess, 
both  argent,  between  two  ducal  coronets  in  chief  or,  the  bottom  part  of  the  staff 
enfiled  with  a  ducal  coronet  of  the  last. 

Taken  in  the  tyme  of  John  Best  and  John  Maynard  Baylyffes  the  xxvjth  of 
August,  1558. 


Cole. 

The  petegre  of  Edward  Cole  of  Colchester. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Cole  as  in  Vis.  1558. 

2.  Cole  impaling  quarterly  or  and  azure,  on  a  bend  gules  three 
cross-crosslets  of  the  first.  [  .] 


Cornish. 

( See  (EberarD.) 


CorntoaU. 

Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  gules,  crowned  or,  a  bordure  sable 
charged  with  ten  bezants.  [Cornwall.]  2  and  3.  Barry  of  six  argent  and 
gules  a  canton  ermine.  [  ] 

Crest. — A  Cornish  chough  sable,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Cornwall.] 

John  Cornewall  of  Haverell  in  the  Counte  of  Essex  esquyer  maryed 
doughter  and  hath  issu  Thom.  Cornewall  son  and  heyre,  Will’m  2  son, 

Edward  3  son. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


7 


Thom.  Cornewall  son  &  heyre  of  John  weded  Jane  doughter  of 
&  hath  issu  John  Cornewall  son  and  heyre. 

Humfrey  2  son,  Mary  weded  to  Robert  Gaynsford  of  Cotred  in  the  Counte  of 
Herford  gent.  Julyan  weded  to  John  Danyell  of  Wodam  Ferres  in  the  counte  of 
Essex  gent.  Barbara  weded  to  Fraunces  Barnars  of  Fynchingfelde  in  Essex  esquyer, 
Mary  weded  to  Thom.  Sybell  of  Kent,  Cecyll  weded  to  Julyan  Walgrave  of  Bures 
in  the  Counte  of  Suff. 

John  son  and  heyre  of  Thom,  weded  the  wedowe  of  lord  Cobham  & 

doughter  of  and  had  issu  Gyles  &  Mary  wch  dyed  with  owt  issue. 

After  the  said  John  maryed  to  his  2  wyef  doughter  of  Stubbes  relicta 

Verney  and  had  issue  by  her  Jane  Cornewall  &  so  dyed  sans  issu  male. 

Humfrey  Cornewall  2  son  &  heyre  to  Thom.  Cornewall  after  the  dysseace  of  his 
brother  John  weded  Mary  doughter  of  Will’m  Mannoke  of  Stoke  Gyfford  by  Nay- 
land  in  the  Countie  of  Suff.  gent,  and  hath  issue  by  her  Thom,  son  &  heyre  George 
2  son  Fraunces  3  son  Jane  Margaret  Elizabeth  and  Fraunces. 


Be  22ere. 

(See  Here.) 


€berarti. 


(In  a  handwriting  of  the  first  half  of  the  seventeenth  century.) 


Arms.—  Quarterly  of  eight.  1.  Everard.  2.  Cornish,  as  in  Vis.  1612.  3.  Gules, 
an  inescutcheon  argent  within  an  orle  of  bezants.  [Hunt.]  4.  Argent,  a 
chevron  sable,  a  bordure  of  the  second  charged  with  ten  bezants.  [ 

5.  Argent,  a  chevron  azure,  a  bordure  engrailed  sable.  [Holme.]  6.  Sable,  a 
chevron  between  three  quatrefoils  argent.  [?  Waltham.]  7.  Per  chevron 
azure  and  argent,  in  chief  two  falcons  volant  or.  [Stephens.]  8.  Gules,  semee 
of  acorns  or,  a  lion  rampant  argent.  [Atwood.] 


Symon  Holme  son  of=j=Alice,  le 


Sr  Peter  d’  Holme. 


Mareshall. 


Radulphus  Everard^ 

H.  3. 


Sr  Symon  de  Pechey=pAgnes,  da.  and  heyre  warde 


of  Suffolke. 


to  Humfrey  de  Bohun. 


Walter  Everard=p 
E.  2. 


John  Hunt=f=Margaret  da.  &  sole  heire 


maried. 


of  Sr  Symon. 


Will.  Everard=f= 
A0  E.  3. 


A 


B 


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©otrnfsi)* 


A  I 


B  I 


Thomas  =f=Eden,  da.  and  heire 
Cornishe.  of  John. 


Will.  Everard=j=Issabell 
A0  H.  4.  Bedell. 


John  Everard- 
second  sonne. 


I 

Will.  Corn-= 
ish  2  sonne. 


=  JohnCorn-= 

= Agnes,  d. 

JohnEver-= 

ishe  eldest 

and  sole 

ard  de 

sonn. 

heire  of 

Newarke 

Humfrey 

H.  6. 

Waltham. 

I 


Will.  Corn-=p  Joan  da.  and  sole=pThomas  Ever- 


=Kathe-  John  Ever-  Wil- 

ryn  ard  yc  liam 

dough-  yonger  Ever- 

ter.  died  sans  ard. 

issue. 


Rich ard=f= Joan  da.  and 


ish. 

heire  of  John 
Cornish. 

ard  E.  4  and 
H.  7. 

Stephens. 

heire  of  John 
Atwood. 

Roberte 
who  hath 
issue. 

Richard  Everard  maried  Elizabeth 
da.  and  sole  heire  of  Richard 

Stevens. 

Raffe  Josse-=f 
lyn. 

=Elizabeth  da.  & 
coh.  of  Will. 
Cornishe. 

1 

Richard  Everard=j=Anne 
maried.  Wood. 

John  Wiseman=p  Agnes,  da.  of  Raphe 
of  Canfield.  Josselyn. 

Richard  Everard=j=Clemens,  da.  of  John 
maried.  Wiseman  of  Canfeld. 


Sir  Thomas  Barnar-=T=Elisabeth 
deston  Knyght,  1611.  Hanchet. 


Sr  Anthony=Anne  Barnardeston  da.  of 
Everard.  Sr  Thomas  B. 


Sr  Thomas  Barnardeston 
died  before  his  father. 


Jitci). 

See  this  Pedigree  in  Vis.  1612. 


dMhtmj. 

Arms. — As  in  Vis.  1558. 

John  Goldinge  of  Halsted  in  the  counte  of  Essex  esquyer  maryed  to  his  fyrst 
wyef  Elsabeth  doughter  and  coo  heyre  to  How  of  and  had  yssu 

by  her  Sr  Thom.  Goldinge  Knight,  son  and  heyre,  William  2  son,  Elsabeth  weded 
to  Roger  Wynkefelde  of  Dunham  in  the  counte  of  NorfF.  esquyer,  Margery  weded  to 
John  Yeere,  erl  of  Oxford.  After  the  said  John  weded  to  his  2  wyeff  Ursula, 
doughter  and  coheyre  of  Merston  of  Horton  in  the  counte  of  Surrey 


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esquyer  and  hath  issue  by  her  Henry  3  son  to  John  &  heyre  to  his  mother  afore¬ 
said,  Arthur,  George,  Edmond,  Mary,  weded  to  R  .  .  .  ke  of  Barkeshyre,  Fraunces 
weded  to  Mathew  Baron  of  Shelffanger  in  the  counte  of  Norff.  gent.  Dorathe 
unmaryed. 

Henry  Golding  3  son  to  John  by  his  2  wyef  weded  Ales  dough  ter  of  Clovyle  of 
Hanyfelde  in  the  counte  of  Essex  esquyer. 


Harris. 

(No.  1.) 

Will’m  Harres  of  Sudmeset  (Somerset)  esquyer  maryed  Johan’a  Smyth  doughter 
of  John  Smyth  of  Norton  and  by  her  had  issu,  Will’m  son  and  heyre,  Rychr  2  son 
Fylis  weded  to  Bartylmew  Averell  of  London,  Susane  weded  to  John  AylofF  son  and 
heyre  of  Sr  John  Aylofif  Knight.  After  the  said  Will’m  Harrys  maryed  to  his 
2  wyef  Johan  doughter  to  Cooke  of  Bockynge  and  had  issu  by  her  Arthur 

Harrys,  Thrydly  the  said  Will'm  maryed  to  his  3  wyef,  Anne  doughter  of 
Rutter  of  London  and  had  issu  by  her  Edward  &  Crystofer. 

Wilkin  Harreys  son  and  heyre  to  Will’m  Harrys  of  Sudmester  (Somerset)  maryed 
Jane  doughter  of  Semer  of  Brawghinge,  and  hath  issu,  Will'm  Harrys  son 

and  heyre. 


pfavrts. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  fess  between  three  busts  sable  three  mart¬ 
lets  of  the  first.  [  .]  2  and  3.  Gules,  a  chevron  between  three 

cross  crosslets  or.  [  .] 

Crest. — A  plover  gules,  holding  in  his  bealc  a  branch  fructed  or.  [  .] 

William  Harrys  of  Barmesey  (?  Barnes)  in  the  County  of  Surrey,  weded  Mar¬ 
garet  dot’  &  on-  of  theyres  of  Nycolas  Nynes  on  of  the  6  Clerkes  of  the  Chancery 
Recever  of  Cornewall  &  Devonshire  and  after  ward  Alderman  and  Shreeve  of  London, 
A0  18  H.  7,  1502,  &  had  issu,  Robert,  Cycely,  sine  prole,  Elianor  weded  to  Thom. 
Allen  of  London,  haberdasher,  Rowland,  Jane,  Elsabeth,  weded  to  John  Cooke  of 
(?)  Barckam  in  Sussex  &  John  sine  prole,  the  said  Margaret  weded  to  her  2  hus¬ 
band  Rychr  Burton  of  Carsalton  in  the  Counte  of  Surrey  &  had  issu  Anne  Burton 
wyef  to  Dryver  of  the  lymehowsse,  Edyth  wyef  to  Fraunces  Muschamp  of  Peckam 
in  the  County  of  Surrey  &  Mary.  The  said  Margaret  weded  to  her  3^  husband  John 
Scotte  of  Camerwell  in  Surrey,  and  had  issu  Southwell  sine  prole  &  Edgare. 

2.  Robert  Harrys  of  Leyghton  stone  (Leytonstone)  weded  Anne  dot’  to  Rychr 
Allen  late  of  Upwell  in  Norff.  now  of  London,  haburdasher,  father  to  Thom,  above 
named  &  had  issue  Margret,  sine  prole,  Willm.  sine  prole,  Anne  sine  prole,  Robert 
sine  prole,  Mary,  Martha.  &  Kateren. 


c 


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lUng* 

Robert  King  of  Myche  Badew  weded  Letysse  doughter  and  heyre  of  Will’ni 
Berrell  of  Wryttell  in  the  counte  of  Essex  gent’  and  hath  issu  Will’m  son  and  heyre, 
Bengamy  2  son,  Rychr  3  son,  Edmond  4  son,  Fraunces  5  son,  Lettyce,  Mary,  Elsa- 
beth,  Dorathe,  Anne,  Kateren. 


JHaUjon. 

The  Armes  pretensted  of  the  Borowe  towne  of  Maldon. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Three  lions  passant  regardant. 

2.  Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Taken  in  the  tyme  of  Rychr  Bret  and  Edward  Coker  Bayliffes  the  xxvij  of 
August  in  A0  1558  and  respyted  till  Crystmas  for  the  verification  of  the  same. 


JHarsl). 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  or  and  azure,  on  a  pale  engrailed  three  eagles  dis¬ 
played,  all  counlerchanged.  [?  Marsh.] 

2 . impaling  Tirrell,  and  quarterings  as  unden'  Tirrell. 

Crest. — A  leopard  statant  proper,  collared  and  chained  [  .] 


Will’m  Marshe=pAnne,  doghter  of  Arthur  Somerset 


of  Essex. 


brother  to  therl  of  Woster. 


Will’m  Mary  wyff  to  Rychr  Margaret  wyff  to  John  Elsabeth. 

Mershe.  Sackvyle.  Baynam  of  Essex. 


jleautts. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Meautis  as  in  Vis.  1612. 

2.  Meautis  impaling  Astley. 

Crest. — As  in  Vis.  1612. 

John  Meautys  of  the  towne  of  Callis  maryed  doughter  of  had  issue 

Phelipe  son  and  heyr.  Phelipe  son  and  heyr  to  John  maryed  Elisabeth  doughter  of 
Foxley  of  Blaksley  in  the  Countie  of  Northampton  and  by  her  hath  issue 
Sr  Peter  Mewtys  Knight,  John  second  son,  Phelipe  third  son. 

Sr  Peter  Mewtys  son  and  heyr  to  Phelipe  maryed  to  his  first  wyef  Jane  doughter 
of  Asteley  of  London  and  by  her  had  issue  Henry  Thom’  Fraunces  a 

doughter  and  Hercules.  After  the  said  Sr  Peter  Mewtys  maryed  to  his  second  wyef 
Jane  doughter  of  Angersley  of  Sussex. 


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jWtlUmaj*. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Per  fess  nebule  argent  and  azure,  three  antelopes'  heads  erased, 
counterchanged,  collared  gules,  spotted  or.  [  .] 

2.  Same,  impaling  quarterlg  as  impaled  in  the  fourth  shield  under 
Tirrell. 

Crest. — Per  pale  or  and  azure  an  antelope's  head  couped  guttee,  county-changed, 
holding  in  it s  mouth  a  branch  of  hawthorn,  blossomed  argent.  [?  Gonston.] 

Thomas  Myldmay  Esquyer,  weded  Avys  doughter  of  WilTm  Gunson  of  London, 
Esquyer,  and  hath  issu,  Thom,  son  and  hayre,  Walter  2  son,  Henry  3  son,  Edward 
4  son,  Bennet,  Elsabeth,  &  other  wch  are  all  ded  sans  yssu. 


jlajdtnjjJnirst. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Gules,  a  cross  engrailed  or.  [Nayling- 
hurst.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  bend  cotised  azure  three 
eagles  displayed  or.  [  .] 

2 . impaling  Browne. 

1.  Clement  Naylingherst  of  Myche  Badow  weded  doughter  of 

and  had  issue  James  Naylingherst  son  and  heyre,  Hugh  2  son,  &  Elsabeth. 

2.  James  Naylingherst  son  and  heyre  to  Clement  weded  Margery,  doughter  to 

and  had  issu  Raff  Nylyngherst  son  &  heyre,  Edward  2  son,  Rych’  3  son. 

3.  Raff  Naylingherst,  son  and  heyre  weded  Elsabeth  doughter  of  John  Browne 
of  Whight  Rodinge  in  the  Counte  of  Essex  and  hath  issue. 


Pascall. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  A  chevron  engrailed,  on  a  chief  azure  three  mullets  or. 
[Kebell.] 

2.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  three  bars  azure,  over  all  a  bend 
engrailed  gules.  [  .]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  chevron 

between  three  escallops  azure.  [  .] 

John  Paschall  of  Myche  Badow  esquyer  weded  Mary  daughter  of  George  Kebell 
of  Newbotell  in  the  Counte  of  Northampt’  esquyer  and  hath  issu  John  Pashall  son 
and  heyre,  Baptyst  2  son,  and  Thomasyn. 


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Install. 

(No.  2.) 

Will’m  Paschall  of  Southamyngefelde  (South  Hauningfield)  in  the  Counte  of 
Essex  esquyer,  brother  to  John  Pashall  of  Myche  Badow,  weded  Anne  dough  ter  of 
John  Blake  of  Bassetes  in  lytell  Badou  in  the  Counte  of  Essex,  and  of  Anne  his 
wyef  doughter  and  heyre  of  Rawson  of  and  had  issu  John  son  and  heyre, 

Will’m  2  son,  Anne,  Elsabeth. 


Rattle. 

The  petegre  of  Thom’  Paule  of  Cranbroke  in  the  counte  of  Essex  esquyer  and 
on  of  the  syx  Clerkes  of  the  Chancery  and  controller  of  the  hanaper. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Azure,  a  fess  engrailed  between  three  lions 
passant  regardant  or.  [  .]  2  and  8.  Azure,  three 

bendlets  or.  [  .] 

2.  Same,  impaling  quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  fess  gules 
between  three  martlets  sable  the  rays  of  a  sun  or.  [  .] 

2  and  3.  Per  chevron  sable  and  ermine,  in  chief  three  boars’ 
heads  argent.  [  .] 

Crest. — A  unicorn  statant.  [  .] 


$etre. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Petre  impaling  Tirrell. 

2.  Petre  impaling  Browne  as  Browne  No.  3  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Sr  Will’m  Peter  knight,  weded  to  his  fyrst  wyef  Gertreaude  doughter  to  Sr  John 
Tirell  of  Warley  knight  and  had  issu  by  her  Dorathe,  weded  to  Nicolas  Wadam  son 
and  heyre  to  John  Wodam  of  Meryfeld  in  the  Counte  of  Somersetshire  esquyer. 
Elsabeth  2  doughter  weded  to  John  Gostwyke  son  and  heyre  to  Will’m  Gostwyke 
of  Wyllington  in  the  Counte  of  Bedford  esquyer  after  the  said  Sr  Will’m  Peter 
maryed  to  his  2  wyef  Anne,  doughter  of  Will’m  Browne  Mayre  of  London,  relicta 
John  Terell  of  Heron,  &  hath  issue  by  her,  John  son  and  heyre,  Thomasyn  & 
Kateren. 

This  is  the  petegre  of  the  chyldren  of  the  lady  Anne  Peter  by  her  fyrst  husband 
John  Terell  of  heron  wch  chyldren  be  the  right  enheritors  to  Gertrewde  Blunt  late 
Marques  of  Exceter. 

John  Terell  of  Heron  son  and  heyre  to  Sr  Thom’  Terell  of  Heron  weded  Anne 
doughter  of  Will’m  Browne  mayre  of  London  and  had  issu  Mary  that  dyed  sans  issu, 
Katerin  weded  to  Rychr  Baker  son  and  heyr  to  Sr  John  Baker  of  Sussingherst  in 
the  Counte  of  Kent,  Knight,  and  had  issu  John,  Thom’  and  Anne. 


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Prttos. 

Thesse  armes  of  Prews  or  Prowes  as  yt  is  supposed  stand  in  the  parler  wyndow 
at  Cranbroke  besyde  Ilford. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Gules,  three  crows  argent,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [  .] 

2 . impaling  paly  of  six  sable  and  argent,  per  fess  counter- 

changed.  [  .] 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Incomplete — supposed  to  be  arms  of  Rich. 

2 . impaling  azure  two  bars  argent,  each  charged  with  a 

martlet  between  two  cross  crosslets  sable,  on  a  chief  or  a  rose 
behveen  two  fleurs  de  lis  gules.  [Gynkes.] 

Sr  Rychr  Ryche  Knight  lord  Ryche,  weded  Elsabeth  doughter  and  heyre  of 
Will’m  Gynkes  of  London,  groser,  and  hath  issu  Robert  Ryche  esquyer  son  and 
heyre,  Margery  weded  to  Henry  Pygot  of  Abington  in  the  counte  of  Cambrydge, 
esquyer,  Mary  weded  to  Sr  Thom.  Wrothe  of  Endfylde  in  the  Counte  of  Midelsex 
knight,  Anne  weded  to  Edmond  Mordant  son  to  William  Mordant  of  Hempsted  in 
the  Counte  of  Essex  esquyer,  Dorathe  weded  to  Fraunces  Barley  of  Kenton  in  the 
Counte  of  Herford  esq’er,  Awdry  weded  to  Robert  Drewry  son  and  heyre  to  Sr  Will’m 
Drewry  of  Halsted  in  the  Counte  of  Suff.  knight,  Elizabeth  weded  to  Robert  Payton 
of  Islam  in  the  Counte  of  Cambrydge  esquyer,  Wenyfred  weded  to  Roger  North  son 
and  heyre  to  Sr  Edward  North,  Knight  lord  North,  Fraunces  weded  to  John  lord 
Darcy  of  Cheche,  Anne  weded  to  Pygot  of  Stratton  in  the  Counte  of  Bedford, 
esquyer. 

Robert  Ryche,  esquyer  son  and  heyre  to  Sr  Rychr  Knight  lord  Ryche,  weded 
Elsabeth  doughter  and  heyre  to  Jorge  Baldry  of  Hadley  in  the  Counte  of  Suff. 
esquyer  son  and  heyre  to  Sr  Thom.  Baldry  of  London,  mercer  and  hath  issue  Rychr 
son  and  heyre. 


Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Sable  a  fess  dancette  argent  billetee  between  three  lioncels  ram¬ 
pant  gardant  of  the  second,  each  supporting  an  altar  or,  flaming 
proper.  [Smyth.] 

2.  Smyth  impeding  a  chevron  engrailed.  [Karkek.] 

3.  Smyth  impaling  Wilfori). 

John  Smyth  of  Walden  esquyer  maryed  to  his  fyrst  Agnes  doughter  toCharnock, 
and  had  issu  John  Smyth  son  and  heyre,  Sr  Thom.  Smyth,  Knight,  2  son,  George 
Smyth  3  son.  Ales  weded  to  Will’m  Bowlynge  of  Walden,  Agnes  and  Margaret 
dyed  sans  issu,  Johanna  weded  to  Allen  Woode  of  Knodland  in  the  Counte  of  Kent, 
gent’. 

Sr  Thom.  Smyth,  knight,  2  son  to  John  maryed  to  his  fyrst  wyeff  Elsabeth 
doughter  of  (William)  Karkek  of  London,  and  by  her  hath  no  issu,  after  he  maryed 
to  his  2  wyef  Phelipe,  doughter  of  Wylforde  of  London  gent. 


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Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  A  fess  or  between  three  swallows  volant  azure.  [Swallow.] 

2 . impaling  Pynner. 

3.  Or,  on  a  fess  gules  between  three  cinquefoils  azure  a  leopard 
passant  argent  Lord],  impaling  Quarterlg  1  and  4.  Swallow. 
2  and  3.  Whitebred. 

Crest. — A  hind’s  head  wased  proper,  collared  counter compony  argent  and  azure. 

[  •] 

Half  Swallowe  of  Bokkynge,  maryed  Johan  dough  ter  of  May  of 

Bokkyng  and  had  yssu  Raff  son  and  heyre,  John  2  son,  a  dough  ter  weded  to 
Woman  of  Bokkynge. 

John  2  son  to  Raff  weded  Julyan  doughter  of  Turner  and  had  issu  John  Swal¬ 
lowe  son  and  heyre,  Julyan  weded  to  Wornall  of  Felsted. 

John  Swallow,  son  &  heyre  of  John  weded  Margaret  doughter  of  Thom.  Grey  of 
Cressynge  temple  and  had  issu  John  Swallow  son  and  heyre,  Clement  Swallowe, 
Anne  weded  to  Robert  Lyster  of  Fyncheley  in  the  Counte  of  Medelsex,  gent., 
Johanna  weded  to  James  lorde  of  Danbury  in  the  Counte  of  Esex  gent.  Jane  weded 
to  Will’m  Sewall  of  Halsted. 

John  Swallow  son  &  heyre  of  John,  weded  Anne  doughter  of  Pynner  of  Kyngston 
upon  thames  in  the  Counte  of  Surrey,  gent,  and  hath  issu  Elsabeth  now  lyvinge 
and  maryed  to  Jente  (?  Gente). 


Arms. —  Vert,  on  a  chevron  between  three  goats  statant  argent  as  many  fleurs  de  Us 
[Sysley.] 

Crest. — A  buck’s  head  erased  gules  guttee,  collared  and  attired  or,  in  the  mouth  a 
leaved  branch  vert.  [Sysley.] 

1.  Fraunces  Sysley  of  Fountaynes  in  the  County  of  Yorke,  weded  dot’  of  Covert 
of  Chyche  in  the  County  of  Sussex  &  had  issu  Crystofer. 

2.  Crystofer  son  and  heyr  of  Fraunces  maryed  dot’  of  &  had 

issu  Charles. 

3.  Charles  Sysley  of  Fountains  weded  dot’  of  Stanstrete  of  Kente  &  had  issu 
Fraunces. 

4.  Fraunces  Sysley  of  Northam  in  Sussex  weded  dot’  to  Ellet  of  Sussex 

&  had  issu  Rychr  Robert  sine -prole,  &  Watre,  wch  Water  had  issu  John,  Rychr,  & 
ij  more. 

5.  Rych1 2 3 4 5 6'  Sysley  son  &  heyr  of  Fraunces  is  of  Sevennoke  in  Kent,  weded  Anne 
dot’  to  Robert  Stanstrete  of  Benadey  in  Kent  &  had  issu,  Elsabeth  wyef  to  Robert 
Maddy  of  London,  Clemens  wyef  to  Larance  Ellet  of  Estham,  John  weded  &  had 
issu  Henry,  Clement  2  son,  Thom,  sine  prole. 

6.  Clement  Sysley  of  Barton  Hall  in  Essex,  2  son  to  Rychr  weded  fyrst  Fraunces 
dot’  to  Sr  Fraunces  Flemyng  of  Rompsey  in  Hampshyr  Knight  &  had  issu  Elsabeth 
&  Thom.  &  to  his  2  wyef  Mawdely  dot’  to  Thom.  Chamberlen  of  Estham  &  had  issu 
John,  sine  prole,  Water  sine  prole,  Ellyn,  sine  prole,  Elsabeth  sine  prole,  Fraunces 
sine  prole. 


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15 


Cep. 


Robertus  de  Teye.=pAnna,  uxor  ejus. 

_  I 

I 

Willelmus  Teye  vixifc,  A0  13  E.  3.=p 


Iste  Robertus  Teye  habuit 
Teye  Maundevyle  m.  Py- 
cottes  m.  Aldeholte  m. 
Mosehole  m.  Longyille  et 
Bradenelles  m.  Peldon,  m. 
Newhall  in  Peldon  m.  Al- 
deham  m.  Leyre  del  Heye 
m.  Botingham  Hall  m. 
Buche  magna  et  parva  m. 
&c. 


I  I  I 

Robertus  Teye=f=  Joh’es  Teye  Ed’usTeye. 

miles.  sine  exitu. 


.  prima=j=Robertus  Tey=Johanna  uxor  ejus 
uxor.  Ar’  obiit  post  nupta  Ricardo 

A0  5  H.  6.  Witherton. 


Joh’es  Tey  ar’  obiit  A0  1 9  H.  6. 


Johannes  Tey  ar’=pMargareta  filia  Robertus  Tey,  ar’=pElizabetha  uxor  ejus 


obiit  A0  2  E.  4. 


Henrici  Lang-  obiit  A0  13  E.  4. 
ley,  ar. 


filia  Thome  Knevit, 
ar’. 


Henricus  Tey  setatis  7  annoru’ 
ad  mortem  patris. 


Willm’s  Tey  aetatis  12  annorum, 
A0  13  E.  4. 


Ctroll. 


Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  Tirrell,  Cogshall,  Borgat,  Flambert,  as  under 
Wentworth  in  Vis.  1612. 

2.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent  a  fess  gules,  on  a  chief  three  torteaux. 

[  .]  2  and  3.  V air  or  and  gules.  [Ferrers.] 

3.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  three  cocks  gules.  [Cockayne.' 
2  and  3.  Gules,  a  fess  between  three  saltires  couped  or.  [ 

4.  Tirrell  impaling  quarterly  1  and  4.  Gonson  or  Gunstone, 

as  in  shield  of  Browne  No.  2  in  Vis.  of  1634.  2  and  3.  Same 

coat  as  the  next  in  that  shield. 

Crest. — Same  as  Tirrell  in  Vis.  1612. 

Sr  Thom.  Terell  of  Heron,  maryed  to  his  fyrst  wyef,  doughter  of  Devereux  lord 
Feres  (Ferrers)  and  had  issu  a  doughter  that  dyed  sans  issu,  the  said  Sr  Thomas 
maryed  to  his  2  wyef  Beatryce,  doughter  of  John  Cokeyne,  and  had  issu  Sr  Thom. 
Terell  son  and  heyre,  Sewsan  weded  to  another  weded  to  Browne  of 

Fydelers. 

Sr  Thom.  Terell  son  &  heyre  to  Sr  Thom,  by  his  second  wyef,  weded  Custaunce 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


dough  ter  of  John  lord  Mount  joye  &  had  issu  John  Terell  esquyerwch  maryedAnne, 
doughter  of  Will’m  Browne  mayre  of  London,  and  had  by  her  issu  Kateren  maryed 
to  Rychard  Baker  &  so  died  sans  issu  male,  also  the  said  Sr  Thom,  had  Sr  Harry 
terell,  second  son,  &  heyre  of  the  said  Sr  Thom,  after  the  deth  of  his  brother  John, 
William  Terell,  3  son,  george  iiijth  son,  Thom.  5th  son,  Charles  6th  6on,  Kateren 
weded  to  George  KeteU,  Anne  weded  to  Knight  of  Kent,  after  to  Knighton 

of  Bayford  in  Herfordshyre. 

Sr  Harry  Terell  knight,  2  son  to  Sr  Thom,  and  heyre  weded  Thomasyn,  doughter 
of  Will’m  Gunston  of  London,  and  had  issu  by  her  Thom,  son  and  heyre,  Will’m  2 
son,  John,  Phelipe,  &  Robert.  Bernet,  Anne,  Mary,  Elenor,  Aves,  Gertrude,  Joane, 
Benet  &  Bryget,  all  threy  last  borne  at  on  bourden. 


Arms. — 1 . impaling  quarterly  1  and  4.  Golding.  2.  Worthey,  as  in  Vis. 

1558.  3.  Three  billets,  in  chief  three  roundles.  [How.] 

John  Vere  Erl  of  Oxford  &c.  weded  Elsabeth  doughter  and  heyre  to  Edward 
Trussell  son  and  heyre  to  Sr  Will’m  Trussed,  knight,  and  hath  issu,  John  Vere  erl 
of  Oxford  son  and  heyre,  Awbry  de  Vere  2  son,  Robert  3  son,  Gefferey  4  son,  Elsa¬ 
beth  maryed  to  Sr  Thom.  Darcy,  Knight,  lord  darcy  of  Cheche,  Anne  weded  to 
Edmond,  lord  Shefelde,  Fraunces  maryed  to  Henry  Erl  of  Surrey. 

John  Vere  erl  of  Oxford  son  and  heyre  of  John  maryed  to  his  fyrst  wyef  Dorathe 
doughter  to  Raff,  Erl  of  Westmrland,  and  hath  issue  by  her  Kateren,  weded  to  Sr 
Edward  Wyndsor,  Knight,  lord  Wyndsor.  After  the  said  John  Vere  erl  of  Oxford 
weded  to  his  2  wyef  Margery,  doughter  of  John  Goldynge  of  Halsted  in  the  Counte 
of  Essex,  esquyer  and  hath  issu  by  her  Edward  de  Veer,  lord  Bulbecke  son  and 
heyre,  lady  Mary. 


&2dent\umtt), 

(No.  1.) 

Sr  Roger  Wentworth  knight  weded  and  had  issu  Sr  John  Wentworth 

son  and  heyre.  Henry  2  son,  Roger  3  son,  John  4  son.  Lora  fyrst  weded  to  Shaw, 
after  to  Everard  and  thyrdly  to  Fraunces  Clopton. 

Roger  Wentworth  3  son  to  Sr  Roger  weded  Ales  doughter  of  Bukford,  and  hath 
issu  by  her  John  son  and  heyre,  Anne  weded  to  Roger  Parker  of  Gosfyld  in  Essex. 

John  son  and  heyr  of  Rogere  weded  Elsabeth  doughter  to  Edward  Capell, 
esquyer  and  hath  issu. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1552. 


17 


SSHenttomti). 

(No.  2.) 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  — 1.  Wentworth.  2.  Howard.  3.  Spen¬ 
ser.  4.  Gowsell.  5.  Tiptoft.  6.  Badlesmere.  7.  Hel- 
liam.  8.  Inglishe.  9.  Swinburne.  10.  ?  Tiptoft,  as 
in  Vis.  1612.  11.  Three  pales  wavy.  [  .]  12.  Three 

martlets.  [  .]  13.  Parris.  14.  Three  berullets 

azure ,  a  canton  argent.  [  .] 

2.  A  saltire  engrailed  sable,  in  middle  chief  a  bear's  head  erased 
azure,  muzzled  or. 

Henry  Wentworth  2  son  to  Roger  wch  maryed  the  doughter  and  heyre  to  Phelip 
le  Spenser,  maryed  Elsabeth  doughter  and  sole  heyre  to  Henry  Howard  and  had 
issu  Sr  Roger  Wentworth  Knight  son  and  heyre,  Henry  2  son,  Thom.  3  son,  Will’m 
4  son,  &  Robert  wctl  iij  dyed  all  sans  issu,  Margery,  weded  to  Sr  Will’m  Walgrave, 
Knight,  Margaret  fyrst  wedded  to  Ashefyld  after  to  Wynkefelde,  Elsabeth  weded  to 
Richr  Alington  after  weded  to  Cheny,  Mary  weded  fyrst  to  Tymperley,  after  to 
Harvy.  After  the  said  Henry  Wentworth  weded  to  his  2  wyef  Jane  doughter  and 
heyre  of  Fytz  Symond  and  hath  issu  by  her  Sr  Nicolas  Wentworth  knight  of  Oxford- 
shyr. 

Sr  Roger  Wentworth  Knight  son  &  heyre  to  Henry,  weded  Anne  doughter  of 
Humfrey  Tyrrell,  2  son  of  Sr  Thom.  Terell  of  Heron  &  Izabell,  doughter  and  heyre 
of  John  Helyon  of  Essex  esquyer  and  hath  issu  Sr  John  Wentworth  son  and  heyre, 
Henry  2  son,  Roger  3  son,  John  4  son,  Margaret  weded  to  John  Barney  of  Redam 
in  the  Counte  of  Norff.  esquyer,  Lora  weded  to  Edmond  Shawe,  after  to  Edward 
thyrdly  to  Fraunces  Clopton. 

Sr  John  Wentworth  son  and  heyre  to  Sr  Roger  weded  Anne  doughter  of  John 
Betnam  (Bettenham)  of  Pliinsley  in  the  Counte  of  Kent  esquyer  and  hath  issu 
Anne,  wch  was  fyrst  weded  to  Sr  Hugh  Ryche  Knight,  son  and  heyre  to  Rychr  lord 
Rychr  Ryche,  after  to  Henry  lord  Matravers  son  and  heyre  to  Henry  Earl  of 
Arundell  but  she  had  no  issue  by  nether  of  them. 


Arms. — Argent  a  chevron  between  three  antelopes'  heads  erased  gules.  [Whitbred.] 

John  Whytbrede  of  Stapleford  tawney  in  the  counte  of  Essex  maryed  Dorothe 
doughter  of  and  by  her  had  issu  Thom,  son  and  here. 

Thom,  son  and  heyre  of  John  dwellin  in  Whight  Nottley  in  the  same  counte  of 
Essex  maryed  the  doughter  of  Smyth  of  Cressyng  and  by  her  had  issu, 

Clement  son  and  heyre  wch  dyed  sans  issu,  Cristofer  2  son,  a  doughter  maryed  to 
Thom.  Grey  of  Cressynge  temple,  &  had  issu  Marget  weded  to  John  Swallowe  of 
Bokkynge. 

Crystofer  Whytbrede  second  son  and  heyre  to  Thom.  Whytbred,  aforesaid 
maryed  Mawde  doughter  of  Frenche  of  Stebbynge,  and  by  her  had  issu  Thom,  son 
and  heyre,  Anne  maryed  to  Thom.  Overed  and  Ellen  maryed  to  Bytle. 

Thom.  Whitbred  son  and  heyre  to  Crystofer  maryed  to  his  fyrst  wyef,  Dennys 
the  doughter  of  Will’m  Bytle  and  by  her  had  issue  Thom,  son  and  heyre,  Clement 
second  son,  and  Grace,  The  said  Thom,  maryed  to  his  2  wyef  Agnes  doughter  of 
Will’m  Hunt  and  by  her  had  issu,  John,  Henry,  Mary  and  Agnes. 

D 


18 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1552. 


m\ )itt. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  White,  as  White  m  Vis.  u/1612. 

2.  White  , impaling  Argent  threeeagles  displayed  gules.  [Stroode.] 

Rychr  Whyt  of  Hutton  esquyer  maryed  Mawde  doughtev  of  Sr  Terell  of 

heron  and  had  issu  Sr  Rychr  Whyt  son  and  heyre,  Suzan  weded  to  Tonge  al’s 
Clarentieulx  King  of  Armes,  Mary,  weded  fvrst  to  Whythed,  after  to  Spenser,  Jane 
weded  to  Wylcockes. 

Rychr  son  and  heyre  to  Rychard,  weded  Margery  doughter  of  Sterley  (?  Shirley) 
of  Nottingh’mshyr,  &  had  issu,  George  son  and  heyre,  Humfrey  2  son,  John  3  son, 
Dorathe  weded  to  Stantone,  Anne  weded  to  Sotell,  Elsabeth  weded  to  Sheperd, 
Mary,  Thomasyn,  and  Kateren  unmaryed. 

George  Whyt  son  &  heyre  to  Rychr  weded  Kateren  doughter  to  Will’m  Stroode 
of  Devonshyre,  and  hath  issu  Sewsan. 


anufoih. 

Arms. — Same  as  Wilford  in  Vis.  1612. 

Robert  Wylford  of  in  the  Counte  of  Devonshyr  esquyer  weded  to  his 

fyrst  wvef  and  had  issu  Will’in  Wylford  son  and  heyre,  James  2  son, 

Edmond  3  son,  Robert  4  son. 

James  Wylford  2  son  to  Robert  weded  Elsabeth  doughter  of  Bateman  of  Pluck eney 
in  the  Counte  of  Kent  and  had  issu  Thom.  Wylford  son  and  heyre,  John,  2  son, 
Will’m  3  son,  Robert  4  son,  Nicolas  5th  son,  Anne  weded  to  Mighell  Inglyshe  of 
London,  Kateren  weded  to  Henry  Gaynsford  of  Carsalton  in  the  Counte  of  Surrey 
esquyer. 

Will’m  Wylford  3  son  to  James  maryed  Agnes  doughter  of  Hamond 

of  Kent  gent’,  wedowe  of  Henry  Wentworth  2  brother  to  Sr  John  Wentworth  and 
hath  issu  by  her  John,  sone  and  heyre,  Will’m  2  son. 


SKtseman. 


his  armes  sa.  chevron  bet.  iij  roweles  of  Speres  argent  a  crescent  his  difference 
his  crest  a  horse  of  the  (sea)  cowchant  sable  purfled  or. 


Wyseman  of  Felsted.=p 

_ 


W\ 


John  Wyseman  of  Felstede  Essex.=pJohan’  dot’  of  Lege  of  London. 


Thom.  Wyse¬ 
man  maryed 
dot’  of  Cut- 
bert  Yaghan. 


Robert  2  son 
maryed  dot’ 
of  Barrou. 


George  3  son 
maryed  dot’ 
of  Strang- 
man. 


Phelyp  4  son 
maryed  dot’ 
Tyrrell. 


Rychr  Wil’m  6  maryed 
5  son.  dot’  of  Cocke. 

Ann  wyf  to 
Fytche. 


Cl)£ 

Ttsttatton  of  <03qcf,  1558 


aiejm,  3Uc;m. 

Of  Little  Lees,  same  as  in  Yis.  1612. 


amps,  antpce. 

Arms. — Argent,  two  tars  gules  charged  with  three  mullets  of  the  first.  [Amys.] 
Crest. — A  hind  passant  argent  collared  gules.  [Amys.] 

John  Amys  de  comitat  Somersett.=p 


Margarett  widow=j=Roger  Amyce  of=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  Sr  George 
of  Rich.  Forcett  Colne  Wake  in  Lawson  of  Porless  Knight, 
2  wiflfe.  Essex.  widow  to  Rigbye. 


Anne  d.  to=Israel  Amyce  of=pMartha  da. 

1 

Josephe 

1 

Joyce 

1 

Anne  ux.  Thomas 

Richard  Tilbury  juxta 

to  Vaux  Yan 

Amyas 

ux. 

Allen.  2nd  to 

Forcett  Clare  in  Essex. 

Murys  de 

2  sonne. 

Robert 

William  Cardinall 

1  wiffe. 

Holland. 

Pinder. 

of  Wenham. 

Thomas  Amyce  Elizabeth.  Mary, 
sets.  6  A0  1585. 


appulton,  apletoit. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  1612,  with  same  Crest  and  the  first  4  quartering^  of  the  first 
shield. 


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THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


Same  as  in  Vis.  1612,  but  the  wife  of  Thomas  Ayloffe  is  said  to  be  Agnes  da. 
of  William  Birche  by  Alice  his  wife  da.  of  Roger  Grice.  With  crest  and  arms  as 
in  that  Vis. 


Eaarti. 

{See  Barrington,  No.  1.) 


Eaton. 

{See  Cookr,  No.  1.) 


Eavnabpc. 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  fess  flory  counterflory  vert  between  three  boars'  heads  sable  two 
trefoils  slipped  er minds.  [Barnabye.] 

Crest. — A  demi-greyhowul  gules  holding  between  the  paws  a  branch  of  laurel  proper 
[Barnabye.] 

A  Patent  granted  to  John  Barnabye  of  Colchester  by  Clar.  Harvey  2  P.  and  M 
John  Barnabye  of  Colchester. =j= 


Thomas  Barnabye=Elizabeth,  da.  to  John  Allen 
of  Colchester.  of  Hatfield  Peverell. 


Eavnarti. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612,  but  the  first  Barnard  is  called  Francis,  and  the  wife 
of  his  son  William  is  called  Joane,  and  said  to  have  been  previously  married  to 
Robert  Darcye ;  Ann,  wife  of  Francis,  is  called  sole  heir  of  Sir  William  Worthing¬ 
ton  ;  and  Anne  Leighe  is  said  to  have  married  secondly  William  Yonge  of  Essex. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


21 


Batnes. 


Arms. — As  in  Vis.  1552. 

Crest. — A  leopard  passant  proper  bound  round  the  middle  azure,  chained  or. 
[Barnes.] 


Sr  Thomas  Barnes=j=Katheren. 
of  Horsley  Kt.  ob. 

35  E.  3. 


St,  3lst:mgn, 

Sl  Jermyne.=pd.  &  heire  to  Sr 
Hamon  Gi  sours 
of  London  Kt. 


Sr  James  Barnes1 
Knt.  ob.  50  E.  3. 


:Anne  filia  Johannis 
Berlwe  (?)  ob.  4  H. 

6. 


I  I 

Thomas  Barnes=j=Margerett  d.  &  co- 


of  Horseley  in 
com.  Surrey 
esqre.  2  sonne. 


heire  to  ...  . 
Sl  Jermyne. 


I 


Ricardus=pPhillapa  filia  &  h.  Edwardi  Margery  =p.J ohn  Barnes=f=Constance  d.  to 


Barnes. 


Dalingredge  miles  relicta  da.  to 
Tho.  Lewkin  ob.  16  E.  4.  Vire. 


eldest  son. 


Nicholas  Pagen- 
ham  of  Sussex. 


Margerett  d.  &  heire 
ux.  Joh’s  Bourcher 
dom.  Barnes. 


I 

John  Barnes 
of  Thuxfield 
in  Hartford- 
shire. 


I 


William  Barnes=f=Dorathey  da.  to  An- 


2  sonne,  of  Tho- 
ley  in  Essex 
gent. 


thoney  Handsard  of 
Whitingham  in  Suf¬ 
folk. 


Leonardo1 

Barnes. 


:dau.  James 
Gedge  of 
Shenfeild 
in  Essex. 


Thomas 
2  sonne. 


Richard 
4  sonne. 


I 

William: 
Barnes 
sonne  & 
heire. 


^Elizabeth  da.  to 
Thomas  Eden 
of  Sudbury  in 
com.  Suffolk. 


Elizabeth. 


Anthony  Barnes. 


= Elizabeth  da.  to 
George  Carleeon. 


I  I 

Thomas  Griselda  ux.  Tho.  Baker 
obiit  puer.  2  son  Sr  Rich.  Baker  Knt. 


Richard  Baker. 


22 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


JSarrington* 

(No.  1.) 


Sr  Odinell ; 
Barrington 
Knight. 


Sr  Eustace- 
Barrington 
Knight. 


fftanfrebtUe. 

Sr  Galfrey  =p 
Mandeville 
Earl  of 
Essex. 

Sr  William=p 
Mandeville 
Knight. 


iSaattr. 

Sr  Raffe  Baarde=p 
Knight. 


Sr  John  Baard : 
Kt. 


Sr  Humfrey=j=Grissell  dr  &  h. 

to  Sr  Rauffe 
Mercy  Knight. 


Barrington 
Knight. 


Sr  Willi  am=p 
Mandeville 
Knight. 


Sr  Richard  Baard= 
Kt. 


Sr  Humfrey=f  Anne  dr  &  heire 
Barrington  ~ 

Knight. 


Richard  d  =F 


Sr  Rafe  Baard= 


r 


to  Sr  William 

Chetwinde 

Kt. 

Mandeville  Kt. 

ob.  5  H.  5. 

i 


Sr  Nicholas=Fda.  to  Sr  Rauffe  William  =p 


Barrington 

Nortofte  Kt.  Chetwinde 

Kt. 

Knight. 

ob.  ante  (?) 

ux. 

=Elizabeth  da. 
to  Carbonel. 


:Isabell  da.  to 
Sr  JohnHam- 
lyn  Kt. 


:.  .  .  .  d.  to 

Jeffrey 

Grysseley. 


Nicholas  Barrington.=j= Agnes  (?  Elianor)  da.  &  h. 

'  to  William  Chetwynd. 


Sr  Henry  Baard=j=Mawde  d.  to 
Kt.  . . .  Fryskney 

of  Fryskney. 


S_r  Nicholas  Barrington=p Alice  da.  &  coh.  to 
Nich.  Bellhowse 
Knight. 


Knight. 


Sr  Robert  Baard=pMargaret  d.  to 


Kt. 


I 

Philip  Barrmgton- 
2d  sonne. 


:Margaret  d.  to 
Sr  William  Tey 
Kt. 


r 


Sr  Henry 
Bensted. 


Nicholas  Barring-=j=Emme  da.  &  heire  to 


ton  Esq. 


Sr  Robert  Baard. 


John  Barringtons 


Catherine  d.  to 
Anthony  Barnes. 


Sr  John  Barrington.=pMargaret  d.  &  h.  to 
Kt.  John  Blomvyle  Kt. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX, 


1558. 


23 


John  Barrington.=f=Isabell  d.  to  Tatton  of  Canewdon. 


Thomazin  da.  &  heire  ux.  William  Sidney 
2d  to  Lannfox  3d  to  Sir  John  Hopton  Knight. 


mtuu. 

Sr  Humphrey  Battelh 
Kt. 


©nftellr* 

Sr  Roger  Enfield=j= 
Kt. 


Sr  Richard  Battelh 
Kt. 


I 

Richard  Enfield. =pE  mm  d.  to  Sr  Walter 
Tirrell  Kt. 


Robert  Battell.=pElizabeth  da.  to  Sr  Bartholomew^!! rsula  da.  to  John 

Edmond  Howe.  Enfield  Kt.  I  Walgrave. 


Sr  Edmond  Battelh 
Kt. 


-Jane  d.  to  John  Sr  Henry  Ennefield=plsabell  da.  to 
Bassingborne.  Kt.  Robert  Britton. 


Sr  Jeffery  Battelh 
Kt. 


=Christian  da.  to  Sr  John  Ennefield=plsabell  da.  to  Sr 
John  Torrell.  Kt.  Hughe  Bigott  Kt. 


Sr  William  Battelh 
Kt. 


Sr  Richard  Ennefield=j=da.  to  S1'  John 
Kt.  Nor  toft  Kt. 


Sr  John  Battelh 
of  (?  ) 


Ala.  to  Thomas 
Rochford  Knight. 


Thomas  Battell.=f  Elizabeth  d.  &  heire  to  Sr  Richard  Ennefield. 

I 


I  I  I. 

Edmond  John  Barrington.=j=Alice  da.  &  h.  to  John  Holbech=j=d.  &  li.  to  John 


Barrington. 


Thomas  Battell.  Knight. 


Rochford. 


Thomas  Barrington  .=p Anne  d.  to  John  Holbech  Knight. 

The  continuation  of  this  Pedigree  is  the  same  as  in  the  Yis.  of  1612,  and 
the  Arms  are  the  same. 


24 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Barrington. 

(No.  2.) 

{See  parftor.) 


3Sarrj>. 

{See  Morgan,  No.  1.) 


ISattclI. 

{See  Barrington,  No.  1.) 

(See  also  Josselyn  in  Yis.  1612.) 


ISeckuujJjam. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  1612,  except  that  the  husband  of  Alice  is  said  to  be  Anthony, 
and  Alice  is  said  to  be  daughter  of  Titchlorne,  not  Twichenor.  Same  Crest  and 
Arms. 


ISetiell. 

John  Stalbroke  of  London  Inholde.= 


John  Monmouthe=i= Alice  da.  to  John 


of  London. 


Stalbroke. 


patone. 

William  Pawne=pAnne,  da.  &  coheire  to 
of  Essex.  John  Monmouthe. 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


25 


A| 


W  illiam  =p  Elizabeth  =p  W  illiam 


Bedell  of 
Writtell 
in  Essex. 
1  husb. 


Thomas 

Beadell. 


da.  toWm. 
Haydon  of 
Watforthe 
in  Hart¬ 
ford. 


I 

Allyce 

Beadell. 


Pawne  of 
Wryttell 
in  Essex. 
2  husb. 


!  I  . 

Frauncis 
&  John 
Pawne. 


William  Pawne 
sonne  &  h. 


Writ 


Jone  Writtle 


to  ...  . 
Whitinge. 


Anne  wiffe  to 
Roger  Bassynge. 
_ r r 


Elianor  & 
Elizabeth 
both 
noounes. 


Bridgett  wiffe  to 
William  Chatterton 
of  Lidiart  Milisant 
in  Wiltshire. 


mi 


Arms  of  Bell. — As  in  Vis.  1612. 

Crest. — A  talbot  passant  ermine.  [Bell.] 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612,  except  that  the  son  and  heir  of  William  and  Joane  is  said 
to  be  James,  not  John  ;  and  the  age  of  Ann,  da.  of  Edward,  is  not  stated,  but  her 
son  John  Gorge  is  stated  to  be  son  and  heir,  1604,  and  the  two  sons  George  are 
omitted. 


Ecntitsf)- 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  12 — 1  and  12.  Bendish.  2.  Burghwell.  3.  Grauncester. 
4.  Benington.  5.  Calles.  6.  Beauchamp.  7.  Bardfield.  8.  Hunt¬ 
ington.  9.  Clopton.  10.  Forde.  11.  Hobart. 

Crest. — As  under  Westley  in  Vis.  1612. 


mm. 


Arms. — Same  as  those  o/Berif  in  1634. 

Crest. — In  grass  proper  a  leaver  passant,  also  p-oper,  collared  or.  [Beriff.  | 


Austin  Beriffe.=p 

I 


William  Beriffe=j=  Katherine  da.  to  Wm.  Draper 
of  Colchester.  of  Aldham. 


William  Beriffe.  John  Beriffe.= Joane  da.  to  John  Noune  of  Tostock 

in  Suff.  widow  to  Reynolds  of  Bar- 
folde  in  Suff. 


E 


26 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Blake. 

( See  ^ascall.) 


Blake. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  1612. 


Bootie,  Boatie. 


(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Sable,  two  chevrons  between  twelve  escallops  argent,  6,  3,  and  3.  [Boode.] 


William  Bood  of  Crake=pAnne  sister  to  the  Lord 
in  Yorkshire.  Williams  of  Tame. 


William  Boode  Henery  Boode  of=^=Anne  d.  to  John  Strangman. 
son  &  heire.  Rayley  in  Essex.  See  Strangman. 


Agnes  uxor  Richard- 
Jefferey. 


Henery  Boode.=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  . 

j  by  Agnes  Pyrton. 


Bishope 


I  I 

John  Jefferey.  Richard  Jefferey. 


Henery 

Boode. 


I 

Edward 

Boode. 


Percivell 
or  Pernell. 


William  Stodhleighe=pMary  1  uxor  .  .  .  Barwicke.=p 
2  husband. 


Elizabeth.  Mary.  Jane.  William  Barwicke. 


Bootie,  Boatie. 

(No.  2.) 

(See  fHantell ;  also  Norton  and  Strangman,) 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


27 


Botoes. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  8 — 1.  Bowes.  2.  Scroop.  3.  Tiptoft  as  in  Vis.  1552. 
4.  A  bend  a  label  for  difference  [  ].  5.  Amidas.  6.  Boysse. 

7  and  8  as  3  in  the  third  shield,  and  2  and  3  in  the  second  under  Bowes  in 
that  Vis. 

The  parts  bracketed  are  additions. 


Thomas  Bowes  of  the  City  of  York= 


Cicely  da.=pSr  Martyn=Eliz.  da.  to 


to  Eliott 
1  ux. 


Bowes 
Knight 
Maior  of 
London. 


Harlowe  2 
ux.  renupt 
Sackford. 


Thomas 
Bowes  2 
sonne. 


Robert  Amydas=pM argare  t  da.  & 


of  London 
Goldsmith. 


heir  to  James 
Bruce. 


Scroops  | 

Richard  Scroope=j=Elizabeth  d.  & 
'  heire  to  Robert 


Amidas. 


[Thomasine  4th= 
da.  &  coh.  to 
William  Wilkin¬ 
son  of  London 
Sherilf  1585.] 


^Thomas  Frances  da.  of=j=Martyn  Bowes= 


| - 

^Frances  da. 


William. 


Bowes 

....  Clopton 

2nd  sonne  of 

&  heire  to 

-  Eldest 

of  Grafton. 

[Jenkins.] 

Richard 

Son. 

Scroope 

1  ux. 

Joyce.  Anne.  Martin  Bowes  of  Essex.=Mary.  Ellen. 


I 

Cordale  mar.  to 
....  Mey  son 
of  the  Bishop  of 
Carlisle. 


I 

Frances  mar.  to 
Thomas  Par- 
miter  of  Witton 
in  com.  Norf.  ar. 


Richard  Bowes 
of  Babthorp 
in  com.  York. 
Esq. 


Anne=pThomas=^Dorcas  da. 


2  ux. 


Bowes 
of  Lon¬ 
don. 


of  James 
Harman 
of  London 
2  ux. 


Thomas  Bowes. 


Mathew  Bowes 
ob.  s.p.  of 
York. 


I 

Frances  mar.  to 
Edward 
Hodgson  of 
London.=j= 

 I 


Mary  mar.  to 
John  Gamble 
of  York. 


[Eliz.  mar.  to 
Martyn  Salter 
of  Floton  in 
Sulf.] 


Edward  s.p.  Elizabeth.  Sarah. 


28 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


BraUimrjn 


William  Bradbury  of  Wickham- 
Bonnett  in  co.  Essex. 


-Jane  da.  to  Fitzwilliams 
relict  Thomas  Bendishe. 


William  Bradburye: 
of  Litelbury  in 
Essex  sonne  & 
heire. 


:Anne  da.  to 

Infant  le 
roye. 


Phillipe  ux. 
John  Barley 
2  to  John 
Josslyn. 


Mathew  Brad-=pMargarett  d.  to 


burye  2  sonne. 


Rowse  of  Cam¬ 
bridgeshire. 


William  Brad-=pEleanor 


burye  of 
Litelburye. 


d.  & 
heire  to 
Fullwer. 


Thomas  William  Brad-=pd.  to 
Bradbury  bury  of  Wick-  Edon 

2  sonne.  ham  Bonnett  of 

in  Essex.  Suff. 


Barbara  1  ux.  Sr 
Henery  Cuttes  kt. 
2  h.  to  Sr  Tho. 
Fludd  kt.  3  to 
Edward  Gille  Esq. 
4th  Wm.  Covert. 


Bradbury 
2  sonne. 


^Elizabeth 

1  1 

Henry  Mathew  =pJanned. 

1 

Anne 

Allice  ux.  Bri 

da.  to 

3  Bradbury 

to  Wil- 

ob. 

George 

William 

sonne.  of  Wick- 

liam 

s.p. 

Yardsley. 

Whitgift. 

ham  Bon¬ 
nett  1614. 

Whitgift. 

I 

John  Brad¬ 
bury  son  & 
heire  1614. 


Francis 
2  sonne. 


Mathew 
3  sonne. 


Edward 
4  sonne. 


I 

Phillipe 
ux.  Far- 
dinando 
Clarke. 


I 

Barbara. 


Margarett 
&  Eliza¬ 
beth. 


I 


I 


William  eldest  sonne.  Thomas  2  sonne 


I  I 

Janne  &  Anne. 


Robert  Bradbury  of=j=Margerett  da.  to  Tirrell  of  Thomas  Bradburye. 
Litelbury. 


Beebes. 


1 

.  .  .  ob.  s.p. 


I 

Mary  d.=pHenery=j=Joanne  da.  Barbara  ux. 


to  George 
Nicholls 
of  Wal¬ 
den  1 
wiffe. 


Brad¬ 

bury 

of 

Litle- 

bury. 


to  Pullon 
2  wiffe. 


Tho.  Pagett 
of  Middle 
Tempell. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  Richard 
Tremill  of 
Devonshre. 


I 

Anne  ux. 
Christopher 
Fulnetbye 
of  Suff. 


I 

Mary 

ux. 

Thomas 

Webbe. 


Martha. 


I  III 

William  Bradbury  son  &  heire.  Mary.  Anne.  Elizabeth. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558.  29 

Brampton. 

(See  ILucas.) 


Briefer  or  Brctfjtr. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612. 


Brtoges,  Bruges. 


Arms. — Same  as  in  Vis.  1612. 

Simon  de  A  Brige.: 


John  Bruge.=f=Sara. 

I 


Sr  Baldwine  Bruges  Elizabeth  d.  &  coheire  to 


of  Soles  Knt. 


Sr  Pyers  Granson. 


Simond  Bruges  of  Leighe=pda.  &  heire  to  Thomas  a  Bruges.  John  a  Bruge  3 


2  son. 


Kingsmead. 


sonn. 


Thomas  Bruges  of=p Mawde  da.  &  heire  to  Tho.  Hemboroughe  of  Dimocke  in  com. 
Lee.  Gloucester. 


William  Bruges=i= Alice  da.  &  Sr  John  a  Burges-rAgnes  da. 


of  Estington  in 
Worstersh. 

(?  Gloucestersh.) 


heire  to  Wm. 
de  Estington. 


draper,  Maior  of 
London. 


to  Thomas 
Ayloife. 


Thomas  Edmond 
ob.  s.p.  4  sonne. 


I 

Gylles 
of  Est¬ 
ington. 


=pMargarett 
da.  to  John 
Xatton  of 
Morton. 


Anthony 
2  son 
mar.  the 
d.  to  Sr 
Tho. 
Tirrell 
Knt. 


I 

Gilles  =pElianor 


Bruges 

of 

Lon¬ 

don. 


da.  to 

Robins 
of  Lon¬ 
don. 


Winifred 
1  ux.  Sr 
Richard 
Sackville 
Kt.  2  to 
John  L. 
St.  John. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  John 
Garaway 
of  Lon¬ 
don. 


Bridgett 

& 

Ursula. 


30 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


_ Aj 

John  Bruges= Elizabeth  da. 
of  Esting-  to  Sr  Robert 
ton.  Morton  Kt. 


«  I 


Mary  ux.  Ed-  Anthony  Bruges=j=Prudence  da.  to 
ward  Stamford  of  Westham.  Sr  Wymond 
of  Devonshire.  Carew  Kt. 


Thomas  Bruges  of  Westham.=pAnne  da.  to  Scroope  of  Hampshire. 


John  Bruges  son  &  heire.= 


Brockett. 


Thomas  Brockett  of  Brockett  Hall  in=j=Elizabeth  d.  &  heire 


com.  Hartford. 


to  William  Ashe. 


I  I 

Edward  Brockett.=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  Thwaites.  Elizabeth  ux . Dalisonne. 

I _ 

I 

John  Brockett.=j=Lucey  d.  to  Poulter. 

1 

Edward  —  Margerett  Lucy  ob.  John  =pDorothey  d.  &  Elizabeth  Alice  ux. 


Brockett.  da.  to  .  . .  s.p.  Broc- 

Mikelford.  kett. 


heire  to  Hulse  &  ux.  Bar- 
Mamond.  ington. 


Hill. 


Robert  =p  Margerett  da.  to  Henry  Far-  Edward  Brockett  of  Wil-=j=daughter  to 
Brockett.  row  of  Bromfeild  in  Essex,  lingalle  in  Essex.  ....  Barley. 


i  I  .  I 

Reignald  Alice.  Nicholas  Brockett  of  Willingale=pJanne  da.  to  John  Wise- 
Brockett.  ....  in  Essex.  man  of  Canfeild. 


Thomas  Anthony  John  Broc-=Elizabeth  da.  to  Edward  Janne  ux.  John 
2  sonn.  4  sonn.  kett  of  Thomas  Taverner  3  sonne.  G-ray,  you’  brother 
Willingale  of  Lamborne  in  to  Thomas  Gray 

in  Essex.  Essex.  of  Langley. 


S1'  John  Brockett  of=j=Margerett  d.  &  heire 
Brocketts  Hall.  to  Bensell. 


Nicholas  Brockett.=pda.  to  Hoos. 


"I 


f 


Sr  John  Brockett  Edward  Brockett  Thomas  Brockett  John  Brockett=da.  to 


Kut. 


2  sonn. 


3  sonn. 


Snagg. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


31 


Brockman,  Brookman. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  1612,  and  same  Crest. 

Arms. — Quarterly. — 1.  Brockman.  2.  Freer  or  Fryar.  3.  Argent,  on  a  lend 
azure,  three  hoars’  heads  couped  gules  [  ].  Quarterly,  or  and  gules  a 

lordure  argent  [  ]. 


Brokeskorite. 

(See  Hagnsforti.) 


Broughton. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  mullets  gules.  [Broughton.] 
2.  Sable,  a  chevron  between  three  pheons  or.  [Foster.]  3.  Argent,  on  a 
chevron  gules  three  fleurs  de  lis  or.  [Peverley  or  Pendred.]  4.  Argent, 
on  a  cross  sable  five  escallops  of  the  first.  [Stoniiam.] 


Brotonc. 

Same  as  Browne  No.  1,  in  Vis.  1612,  with  same  crest  and  arms;  but  gives 
William  a  son  and  heir  John,  making  Robert  the  second,  and  the  others  third, 
fourth,  and  fifth  sons. 


Buggc. 

Two  pedigrees:  the  same  as  those  in  Yis.  of  1612  and  1634  respectively. 


Bullock. 


This  pedigree  consists  merely  of  the  following: — 

Edward  Bulock  of  Wigborowe  in  Essex.=f= 

_ J 

Edward  Bulock  son  &  heire. 
and  is  included  in  that  of  the  same  family  in  Vis.  1612. 


32 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Bum. 


Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612  ; 
SEt.  21,  1593,  and  daughters 
mentioned. 


but  gives  John  Burre  and  Alice  his  wife  a  son  Thomas, 
Ciceley  and  Susan,  besides  the  five  daughters  there 


*  Butler. 

Arms. — Sable,  a  covered  cup  or.  [Butler.] 


Nicholas  Butler=p 
of  Yatton  in 
com.  Bedford. 


William  Butler 
of  Yatton  son 
&  heir 


^Margaret  da.  &  heir 
to  John  Wibbe. 


William  Butler=pElizabeth  da.  to 


of  the  Wiche  in 
com.  Worcester. 


Bradwell. 


William  Butler=pDennis  da.  to 


of  the  Wiche. 


Barnsley  of 
Worcestershire. 


William  Butler=j=Jane  da.  to  Bachecotte 


of  the  Wiche. 


of  Worcestershire. 


George  Butler  of=Mary  da.  to  Tho.  Throgmorton 
Sharnbrooke  in  of  Higham  Park  in  com. 
com.  Bedford.  Northampton. 

The  rest  is  the  same  as  in  the  Vis.  of  1612. 


Capell 


Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612;  but  gives  John  Capell  of  Stoke  by  Nevland  and 
Joanne,  as  father  and  mother  of  S'-  William  Capell,  Knt.,  and  gives  Sir  Giles  a 

CflCnpU  Vemvy,;  anrd  a  atnr  hand  adds  the  marriage  of  the  last  Sir  Gamaliel 
Capell  to  a  daughter  of ...  .  Bennett,  Alderman  of  London 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


33 


CartrinaU. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Cardinall,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612.  2.  Quarterly 
ermine  and  paly  of  six  or  and  gules  a  lor  dure  azure.  [  ]  3.  Azure, 

a  stay's  head  cabossed  or.  [  ]  4.  Argent,  on  a  saltire  sable  five 

dudes  of  the  first.  [  ]  5.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  sable,  a  bordure 

engrailed  of  the  second.  [ 

Crest. — Same  as  in  Vis.  o/1612. 

Stephen  Cardinally 


I 

William  Cardinally. 

_ I 

I 


.  da.  to  ...  .  Amyce. 


Joane  da.  to  Johny'William  Cardinall  of  MuchyLettice  d.  and  h.  to  William 


Gourdon  of 
Suffolk. 


Bromley  in  Essex. 


Knightley  widow  to  John 
Clipesbye. 


Faith  ux. 

Henry 

Apleton. 


Rosse  ux. 

George 

Sayer. 


Joane  ux.  William  Cardinall=pMary  da.  to  Henry 

Robert  of  Much  Bromley  Wentworth  of 

Yoysey.  in  Essex. 


Mountnessing. 


Anne  da.  &  h.  ux  Sr  Clement  Higham  Knt. 


I  II. 

Julian  ux.  Robert  son  of  Charles  Car-y.  ...  da.  to  Stephen.  John.  Robert. 


Thomas  Deranger. 


dinall. 


Suckling. 


I 

William  Cardinall. 


Cattnjjton. 

Crest  and  arms  as  under  Nevill  in  Vis.  of  1634.  Also  two  shields : — 

1.  Quarterly  of  eighteen — 1.  Or,  three  crescents  gules.  [Woodhull.]  2.  Quarterly 
argent  and  gules,  in  each  a  cross  patee  counter  changed.  [Chetwood.]  3.  Argent, 
on  a  cross  sable  five  escallops  or.  [  ]  4.  Sable  chequy  or  a  bar 

ermine,  on  a  chief  argent  three  leopards' faces  gules.  [  ]  5.  Argent, 

a  lion  rampant  gules.  [Lyons.]  6.  Argent,  three  lions  rampant  sable. 

]  7.  Argent,  two  bars  azure,  a  bordure  engrailed  sable.  [  ] 

8.  Gules,  three  water  bougets  argent.  [  ]  9.  Argent,  a  saltire  gules, 

chequy  or.  [  ]  10.  Gules,  a  fret  or.  [  ]  11.  Azure,  three 

chevrons  interlaced  in  base  and  a  chief  or.  [Fitzhugh.]  12.  Barry  of  twelve 
or  and  azure,  an  eagle  displayed  gules.  [  ]  13.  Azure,  a  bend  between 

six  cross  crosslets  or.  [  ]  14.  Barry  of  six  argent  and  azure,  on  a 

bend  of  the  first  three  martlets  gules.  [  ]  15.  V air,  a  fess  gules. 

[  ]  16.  Three  chevronels,  a  chief  vair.  [  ]  17.  A  lion 

rampant,  crowned,  between  three  crescents.  [  ]  18.  Argent,  a  cross 

gules,  over  all  a  bend  azure.  [ 

F 


34 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


2.  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1.  Chetwood.  2.  Azure,  a  fret  or,  charged  with  thirteen 
cinquefoils  argent.  [?  Crewe.]  3.  Azure,  a  lion  salient  or.  [ 

4.  Azure,  a  plate  between  three  crescents  or.  [Ree.]  5.  Argent,  on  a  lend 
cotised  gules  three  crescents  or.  [Rowligh.]  6.  Quarterly  argent  and  sable,  in 
the  second  and  third  quartos  a  stag's  head  cabossed  or,  over  all  a  bendlet  gules. 
[Henhull.]  7.  Woodhull.  8.  Chetwood.  9.  Same  as  4  in  the  last 
shield,  [?  Okeley.]  10.  Lyons.  11.  Same  as  18  in  the  last  shield. 
[?  Ragons.]  12.  Same  as  6  in  the  last  field.  [?  Newenham.] 


The  following  crests  also  appear : — 

1.  A  demi  man  tygar  issuing  out  of  a  cressant.  [Fulke  Lord  Woodhall.] 

Ye  supporters  2  Man  Tygars  argent  horned  armed  and  crowned. 

2.  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  two  wings  conjoined  gules. 

(Said  to  be  Ragons’  crest,  but  (?)  Woodhull.) 

3.  A  lion's  head  proper. 

Ye  creast  of  Lyons — Sr  John  de  Lyons  Kl  Lord  of  Warkworth  A0  50  E.  3 
&  7  R.  2. 

4.  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  demi  lion  gules.  [Chetwood.] 


Included  in  Yis.  of  1612,  but  gives  the  descent  of  Hilicent,  da.  and  heir  to 
Robert  Leynham,  thus : — 


P?entr. 


John  Hend.=r 


Sr  John  Hend  La  M.=j=Elizabeth. 
of  London. 


Anne  ux.  Williams 
Andrews. 


John  Hend.=pKatharen.  Katharen  ux.  John  Bassett. 


iUsttftatm 

Robert  Leynham.=j= Alice  da.  &  h.  to  John  Hend. 


Anne=John  Smith=Milicent  da.  &  heir  to 
da.  to  Bondon  or  Gordon  of  Essex.  Robert  Leynham. 
widow  to  Baynard. 


and  gives  the  age  of  Charles  Smith,  son  and  heir  of  Sir  Francis,  as  21  in  1619,  and 
gives  Francis  and  Mary,  d.  and  h.  of  John  Moreton,  a  second  son,  Thomas,  who  has 
a  son  Richard. 

This  pedigree  also  makes  the  first  husband  of  Dorothy,  da.  of  Sir  John  Smith, 
Robert  Offeley  instead  of  Ayloffe,  and  gives  his  daughter’s  marriage  thus  : — 


Edward  Griffin  of  Dingley,=Anne  uxor  1.  Anthony  Baron  Woodhull.=p 
3rd  husb.  2.  Tho.  Luson  of  London. 


Anne  Woodhull  1  ux.  Richard  Chetwood.=j= 
2  Sr  George  Calveley  Kt. 


Sr  Richard  Chetwood  Knight. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


35 


Cabenlitsi). 

{See  Cotton.) 


Cijttfec. 

{See  ^Pogntj.) 


CljctlmitUt. 

{See  Barrington.) 


CljtttocuxD. 

{See  Carington.) 


Cltffe. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612 ;  but  states  Ann  Kebell  to  be  the  da.  of  George  Kebell 
by  Katherine  his  wife,  da.  of  Sr  Thomas  Tirrell  of  Heron,  Knl,  ob.  24  April  1579, 
aat.  70,  and  gives  her  a  second  da.  m.  to  John  Pascall  of  Much  Baddow.  Arms  of 
Cliffe  as  in  that  Yis. 


Cltpsbpe. 

{See  Iftntgijtleg.) 


Clouhtle. 

{See  Clobtlr*) 


36 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Clopton. 

{See  <S2EalDegrabe,  No.  1.) 


Ctobtle,  CImrtitle,  Colbtle* 


Dus  Willmus  de  Clovill  a0  6  Ed.  I.=f 


Robert  Clouvyle  son  of  William^ 
Clouvile  received  ye  guifte  of  War¬ 
ren  Mown-kensey  of  all  the  landes 
in  West  Hanyngfeild  called  xx  acres 
to  hould  of  the  said  Warren  by  19s 
rent  p.  ann. 


William  Clouvyll.=p 


Sr  William  Clouvyll  ob.: 
24  1296. 


Richard  Clouvyll.=j= 


William  Clouvyll.=j= 


John  Clouvyll  1449  H.  6.=pMargaret  d.  to  William 

Allington  Knight. 


William  Clouvill  1462.=p 


William  Clouvill  1468.=f 


Henry  Clouvill.= 
John  Clouvill.= 


Henry  Clouvill.=pMargaret  da.  &  heir  to 
|  Anger  of  Kent. 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


37 


AJ 


William  Clouvill  in  Essex.=pMary  da.  to  Sir  William 

I  Carew  Kt. 


Francis  Clouvile  of  Clouvile.=pAnne  da.  to  Thirkill.  Edward  2  sonne=p 


Priscilla  ux.  Roger 

Anne  ux. 

Eustace  Clou -=p  Joanne  da.  to 

ux. 

Anne  ux. 

Brampston  of 

Francis 

vill  of  Clouvill 

Sr  Percival 

Thomas 

William 

Boreham  in  Essex. 

Greene. 

in  Essex. 

Hart,  K* 

Rushe. 

Stoteville. 

Percival  Clou-  Sr  Henry  Clouvill=j=Anne  da.  to  Tho.  Ryvett  Elizabeth  ux.  Ed- 

vill  Slayne  s.p.  of  Clouvill  Hall  in  of  Woodhall  in  Rattles-  ward  Lascelles  of 

Essex  1614.  den  in  Sulf.  Yorkshire. 


Lucretia.  Henry  Clouvile  Edward.  William.  Thomas.  Mary. 

—  son  &  heir  — 

Jane.  1614.  Elizabeth. 

Anne 

Crest  and  Arms  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


Cogsijall,  Cogesjjall. 

Arms. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


John  Cogeshall  of  Hartfordshire  liued  in  the  tyme  of  E.  l=p 
he  had  landes  in  Rellen  hall  or  Rewenhall  in  the  county  of 
Essex. 


Raufe  Cogeshall=j= 
33  E.  1. 


Sr  John  Cogeshall  2  son=p 
of  John  23  E.  1. 


Henery  Cogeshall  son 
&  heire  35  E.  1. 


John  Cogeshall  son  of  Raffe  John  Cogeshall  held  lands  in  p’va  Benfleet  of  the=p 

had  in  Benfleets.  honor  of  Rawley  in  Essex,  14  E.  2. 


Sr  John  Cogshall  Knt.=j=Mabell  sister  &  heire  to  Anfrus  de 


of  Essex  12  E.  3. 


Staunton  and  Mary  his  wiffe  16  E.  3. 


Henery  Cogshall  49  E.  3.=rJoanne  his  wiffe. 


William  sonne  &  heire  49  E.  3.=f= 

A| 


38 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Thomas  Cogshall.- 


A| 


Richard  Cogshall  son  of=f=.  ...  da.  &  coheire  to  Sr  John 
Thomas  9  H.  5.  Wattevile  Kt. 


Sr  William  Cogshall  Kt.=pMary  da.  &  h.  to  Sr  John 
had  4  wiffes  4  H.  6.  Hawkwood  Knt. 


Blanche  uxor 
John  Dorward 
ob.  37  H.  6. 


Elianor,  wiffe  to  John  Tirrell 
of  Heron  Tresurer  of  the 
Household  to  K.  H.  6. 


Margerett  wiffe  to  ... . 
Bateman  after  Sr  John 
Green  of  Essex,  Kt. 


....  wife  to 
John  St. 
George. 


Cole. 

Arms. — Per  pale  argent  and  gules,  a  lull  passant  counter-changed.  [Cole.] 

John  Cole  of  Gloucester.=p  William  Cosin.=p.  ...  da.  to  Falstofe. 

_ I  _ I 

I  I 

Edward  Cole  of  Colchester. =p  Agnes  da.  to  Wm.  Cosin. 

 I 

Edmond  Cole  son  &  heir.  Dorothy  ux.  John  Stanton.  Elizabeth. 


Collin. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Arms. — A  griffin  segreant  or.  [Collin.] 

Crest. — A  griffin's  head  erased  or,  collared  vert.  [Collin.] 


Co  lb  tie. 

(See  ClobtU.) 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


39 


Cxuritt* 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  eight — 1.  Cooke  as  Cooke  No.  2  in  Vis.  of  1634.  2.  Sable,  a 
fess  between  three  pheons  argent.  [Malpas.]  3.  Or,  an  eagle  displayed  sable.. 

]  4.  Azure,  three  eagles  in  bend  between  two  cottises  argent. 

^Belknap.]  5.  A  fess  counter compony  between  three  crosses  patee.  [ 

6.  Six  crosses  patee  fitche.  [  ]  7.  Or,  two  bendlets  gules.  [ 

8.  Bendy  of  ten  azure  and  or.  [ 


iWalpas. 

John  Cooke.=p  Philip  Malpas  of  London.=p.  ...  da.  &  heir  to  Machyn. 
Sr  Thomas  Cooke  of  Giddey  Hall  in=p.  .  .  .  da.  &  heir  to  Philip 


Essex  Kt.  Maior  of  London  1463. 


Malpas  of  London. 


Sr  Philip  Cooke=j=Elizabeth  da.  &  coheir  to 


of  Giddy  Hall. 


Sr  Henry  Belknap  Knight. 


William  Saun-=p. 
ders  of  Surrey. 


I  I 

William. 

Thomas. 


Beatrix  wid.=p 
Copley. 


Sr  John  Cooke=FAiice  da.  &  coheir 


of  Essex 
Knight. 


to  William  Saun¬ 
ders  of  Banbury. 


Joanne  da.  &  coheir 
ux.  Rich.  Lee  of 
Quarendon. 


I 

Mary  wife  to: 

Nicholas 

Dawson. 


Sr  Anthony  Cooke=pAnne  da.  to  William  Fitz-  Beatrix  uxor 
Knight.  william  widow  to  Sr  John  Richard 

Hawes  of  London  Kb  Ogle. 


Anne  wife  to  Sr 
Michell  Stan¬ 
hope  Kl  ob. 
1587. 


Sr  William  Cecill  K.  of  the=i=Mildred  da.  to  Sr 


Gard  L.  Burgleigh  &  L. 
Treasurer  of  England. 


Anthony  Cooke 
K*  mar.  1546 
died  1589. 


|  Bacon. 

Anne  2  da.  m. 
S1'  Nicholas 
Bacon 
L.  Keeper. 


Robert  Cecill 
of  Sarum. 


Anne  Countess 
of  Oxford. 


Elizabeth  m.  Will’m 
Lord  Wentworth. 


I 

Sr  Francis  Bacon 
K‘  L.  Keeper. 


Sr  Richard=pAnne  da.  to  Sr  William  Cooke  2  son=pFrancis  da.  to  John  Lord 


Cooke  son 
&  heir. 


ton. 


Cawn-  &  of  Highnam  in 
Glostershire. 


Gray  sister  to  Henry 
Grey  of  Pirgo. 


I  I 

Sr  Anthony  Cooke= Alice  da.  to  Philippa  wife 
of  Giddy  Hall  Kt.  Sr  William  to  Hercules 
Waldegrave  Mutas  of 
of  Suffolk  Essex. 

Knt. 


I  i  I 

John. 

Edward. 


Francis. 


I 


I  I 

Anne. 


William 
Cooke  — 
son  &  Mildred, 

heir. 


40 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


A  _ Bj 


Francis  Cooke  Sr  Edward  Cooke  of=da.  to  Sr  Wm.  Daniell  Judge 
2°  son.  Giddy  Hall  Knt.  of  the  Comon  Pleas. 


Katheren  m.  Sr  Henry 
Killigrew  of  Cornwall. 


I 


I 


Mary  1  wife  to  Henry 
Nevell  2  to  John  Tre- 
lawnye. 


2Lortr  ftussrU. 

John  Lord  Russell  son  to=pElizabeth: 
Francis  Earl  of  Bedford 
d.  1554. 


I 

Anne  wife  to  Henry  L.  Her¬ 
bert  son  to  ye  Earle  of 
Worster. 


p?Oi)t>£04 

=1  wife  to  Sr  Thomas 
Hobbes  Knight. 


Sr  Edward  Hobbes  Knt. 
m.  Margery  da.  to  Sr 
Henry  Cary  Kt. 


Coofce. 

{See  iStrangman.) 


Coofce  (of  Sftocfjforti  attli  Efjunlrergleg). 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  with  crest  and  arms  of  Cooke. 


Cornwall. 

A  line  pedigree  constructed  from  the  narrative  pedigree  in  Vis.  1552,  with  same 
crest  and  arms. 


Cotton. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  18.— 1  and  18  Ridware  as  below.  2.  Gules,  three  swoids 
erect  argent  hilted  or,  2,  1.  [Waldecheiffe.]  3.  Or,  five  eagles  displayed 
sable,  a  canton  ermine.  [Basing.]  4.  Argent,  three  falcons  gules  member ed  or. 
[Fawconer.]  5.  Sable  three  owls  or,  2,  1.  [Thurcaston.]  6.  Azure,  two 
bars  argent.  [Venables.]  7.  Vert,  a  cockatrice  argent  (augnenlacon?). 
8.  Argent,  a  fess  gules,  a  label  azure  for  difference.  [Langham.]  9.  Argent , 
three  chevrons  gules,  a  bordure  engrailed  sable.  [Wateville.]  10.  Argent, 
on  a  fess  sable  between  three  pellets,  two  fianches  of  the  first.  [Godevile.] 
11.  Argent,  three  water  bougets  gules.  [Roos.]  12.  on  a  bend 

three  cinquefoils  [Darsiiam.]  13.  Cogeshall.  14.  Argent,  a  chevron 
gules  between  three  coots  sable.  [Southcote.]  15.  [  ]  16.  Sable, 

three  stags'  heads  cabossed  argent.  [Cavendish],  17.  Or,  on  a  chief  in¬ 
dented  azure  three  escallops  argent  [Stratton],  on  an  escutcheon  of  pietence. 
Cotton  as  below. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


41 


lEUlrtoace* 

Thomas  de  Ridware  de=rlsabella 


Willemus  de  Cotton=p 


Simon  films  Willrni  de  Cotom 
46  H.  3,  16  E.  I. 


Hampstall  Kidware  in 
com.  Staff,  miles. 


ux.  ejus. 


Thomas  de  Ridware=pMatilda  filia  Robti 
de  Hampstall  Rid- 
ware  a0  3  Ed.  2. 


I 

Joanna=Willmus  de=plsabella 
ux.  ejus.  Coton.  ux.  ejus. 


Stapleton  militis. 


Edmundus  de= 
Coton  A0  16 
Edw.  3  Dns 
de  Edmunds 
Cotton. 


Willielmus  = 
de  Ridware 
de  Hamp¬ 
stall  Rid- 


I 


=Catherina  ux.  ejus 
filia  .  .  .  Brett  de 
Dana  (?  Davenham) 
in  com.  Cestria. 

(Arms. — Arg.  on 
a  chev.  sa.  3  trefoils 
slipped  or.) 

I 


ware. 


Walterus=F Juliana  filia  et 


Walde- 

cheilfe. 


cohseres  Johis 
de  Basing-. 


I 


Walterus=p Joanna  filia  et 


de  Rid¬ 
ware. 


cohseres  Gwalteri 
Waldecheif. 


I 

Margareta 
uxor  Thomas 
Schirley. 


Guilielmus  Coton  de  Ridware- 
jure  uxoris  a0  3  R.  2.  (Arms. 
— Argent  a  lend  sable  between 
3  pellets.) 


Agnes - Walterus 

filia  et  h seres  Walteri  de  Ridware.  de  Rid- 

(Mem.  Agnes  was  probably  da.  of  ware. 
Walter  and  heir  of  her  brother  Walter.) 


Johannes  Coton  de  Hampstall  Ridware  a0 12  Hen.  4-pIsabella  filia  et  h seres  Gulielmi 


et  5°  Hen.  4.  Arms. — Azure  an  eagle  displayed 
argent  armed  gules  (Ridware). 


Fauconer 
com.  Leic. 


de  Thurcaston  in 


Richardus  Coton  de=j=Elizabetha  soror  et  cohaeres  Hugonis  Yenables 
Ridware  a0  6  Hen.  6.  I  militis  et  filia  Ric’i  Yenables. 


Maria  uxor  primal  Johannes  Coton  de  Hamp-=pJoanna  ux. 


filia  Radulphi 
Pole  de  Radburne. 


stall  Ridware  filius  et  hares 
a0  33  Hen.  6  et  a0  2  Ed.  4 
&  35  H.  6. 


Richardus  Coton  de  Hampstall 
Ridware  a0  12  Hen.  7. 


Hangfjam* 

Willmus  de  Langham=pSibilla  uxor 
miles.  ejus. 


J  oanna  dna  de  Lang-- 
ham  a0  26  et  27 
E.  3. 


-Willius  Langham  de 
Langham  miles  a0  15 
E.  3-33  E.  3. 


ejus  filia 
Nicholai 
Fitz  Her¬ 
bert  de 
Norbury 
ux.  2. 


Richard  Coton  vixit 
a0  12  Ed.  4. 

Gulielmus  Coton  2s 
filius  occisus  a0  37 
H.  6. 


fflaaatfbuif. 

Robertus  de  Wate-- 
villa  sans  date. 


Willmus  de  Wate-: 
ville  miles  a0  19 

E.  1. 

c 


=Dna  Matilda 
ux  ejus. 

=Thoremina 
ux.  ejus. 

I 

G 


42 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


I  » 


|4  |  3 

Thomas  Johannes 
de  Lang-  de  Lang- 
ham.  ham. 


|2 

Robertas  de  Lang- 
ham  Dns  de  Hemp- 
sted  a0  29  E.  3. 


I  1 

Willmus  Langham  de  Lang-= 
ham  et  Dns  de  Hempsted  a0 
29  E.  3.  Miles  a0  15  E.  3  et 
3  Ric.  2 -a0  41  et  42  E.  3 
Dns  de  Pandfield  a0  38  E.  3. 


C  | 

Johannes1 
Watevyle 
de  Pan¬ 
field 
miles  a0 
15  E.  3. 


:Margaretta 
uxu.  ejus 
fil.  et  hasre 
Willin’. 


:Dna  Alicia  de=Robt. 


Watevile  a0  13 
E.  3  — a0  5  E.  2 
filia  et  haeres 
Petri  de  .  . .  . 


de. . . 
a0  16 
E.  3. 


(This  is  copied  as  ac¬ 
curately  as  the  MS.  will 
admit ;  there  is  confusion 
and  evident  inaccuracy 
in  the  dates.) 


Johannes  Langham  a0  14,  16  Ri.=pJoanna 
2  &  a0  5°  H.  5  filius  et  h.  Willmi.  ux.  ejus. 
ob.  in  vita  patris. 


I  . 

....  filia  et  coh. 
ux.  Richardi 
Cogeshall. 


Johes  de  Wate- 
ville  junior  miles 
ob.  s.p. 


Rogerus  Cavendish.=j= Alicia  uxor  eius  filia 
et  hares  Godfredi 


Barsfcant, 

Thomas  Barsham.= 


Stratton  militis. 


:Margareta  Leveney  filia  et  heres  Rogeri 
Cavendish. 

Saut&cote. 


George  Langham  de  Chesterford=pIsabella 


p’va  et  Hempsted  a0  9  H.  5  &  38 
H.  6.  7  H.  6,  9  H.  6. 


ux.  ejus 
a0  8  E. 
4. 


Willm’s=fDna  Catherina  Rip- 
South-  1  lingham  filia  et  h seres 
cote  Thomas  Baysham  (Bar- 

arm.  sham)  a0  1473.  13  E.  4 

ux.  Tho.  Riplingham. 


Margeria  (?  Sporum) 
filia  dicti  Georgii  nupta 
Johanni  Pykenham 
armigero. 


Richardus  Lang-=pElizabetha  filia  et=pRichardus  Wel- 


ham  de  Langham 
fil.  et  h.  Georgii 
a0  20,  H.  6. 


haeres  Willmi 
Southcote. 


don  arm.  a0  9  E. 
4  et  13  E.  4. 


Robert  Weldon  armiger. 


2  |  3  |  | 

Jacobus  Johannes  Coton  de=F Alicia  filia  et  heres  Richard=rThomas  St.  John 
Coton  Panfeild  Arm.  a0  20 

ob.  s.p.  E.  4.  co.  Essex. 


Langham  de  Langham  in  com. 
Suff.  a0  12  E.  4. 


maritus  a0  12  E.  4. 


Bridgetta  Cotton  uxor  .  .  .  uxor  Edmundi  Elizabetha  wife  to 
Willmi  Waller  militis.  Polye  1542.  John  Haward. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


43 


I  » 


Jane  filia=pSigismundus  Coton  de  Pan-=pBrigita  filia 


Garnish. 


field  in  co.  Essex  Armiger 
a0  25  Hen.  8. 


Giles  Coton 
a0  32  Hen.  8. 


Geoffrey 
Coton 
a0  28  H.  8. 


I 

Anne 
Coton 
a0  28  H.  8. 


Thome  Sale 
de  Callis  et 
de  London 
gener. 


I  I. 

Henricus 
mercator 
in  ...  in 
Hispania 

Johannes 

mortuus 

s.p. 


I 

Brigitta 
ux.Ford 
de  But- 
ley  com. 
Suff. 


Kathe- 
rina  ux. 
Wellis. 


Elizabeth  uxor 
Plandon. 


Brigitta  ux. 
Shirland. 


I 

Anna  ux. 
Rookwood. 


Maria  ux. 
Ashdon. 


Robertus  Coton 
a0  32  H.  8ob.s.p. 


Doro¬ 

thea. 


Willms  Coton=pAnna  filia  Johis  Geoffrey  3. 


de  Panfield  a° 
32  H.  8. 


Vesey  de  com. 
Cantab  gent. 


I  I 

Henry  4. 
Egidius  6. 


I 

Barbara  ux. 
Blomfield 
28  H.  8. 


I 

Anna  ux. 
Midleton. 


Dorothea 
ux.  Johis 
Machell 
de  Hack¬ 
ney. 


Willms  Coton=j=Lucia  filia  Reginald  Rous  Catherina  uxor 


de  Ipeswich. 


of  Baddingham  Hall  in  Suff.  Thomas  Revet. 


Edward  Coton 
de  Ipeswich. 


Katherina  uxor  Sumerford  Oldfeild 
de  Sumerford  co.  Cestrie. 


I 

Anna 

uxor 

Gold- 

ingham. 


I  I 

Thomas  2. 


Johes  4. 


„  I 

Egidius  Coton  de  Tromping-=j=Anna  filia 


Henricus  3.  Robtus  5  om.  s.p. 


ton  duxit  filiam  Ashdon. 


Anna  uxor  Doctori  Aunger 
de  civit  Cantab. 


I 


Baker  de  Essex. 


ddii 


Egidius  Coton  do  Tromp- 
ington  in  com.  Cantab. 


I 

Georgius  Coton  de  Panfield  &- 
Langham  a0  4  Eliz.  1561. 


:Francisca  filia  Francisci  Felton  de  Playford 
soror  Antonii  Felton  mil.  a  Balneo. 


Maria  uxor  Maria  1  nupt.  Parkin-  Abigail  wife  to 
.  .  .  Brad-  son  de  Bernard’s  Inn.  Robert  Cooke 
ford  de  2.  to  Boys.  of  Langham  in 

London.  3.  to  Deane.  Suff. 


I 


to 


Anna  Frances  m 
drowned.  Christopher 

Pepper  of  Bard- 
field  in  Essex. 


Anna  uxor  ejus  filia: 
Henrici  Warner  de 
de  Milden  hall  co. 
Suff.  Militis. 


:Thomas  Coton  de 
Panfield  &  Hemp- 
sted  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex  Arm. 


Georgius  2 
Coton. 

Antonius  3. 


Robert  4. 
ob.  infans. 


I  . 

Beatrix  uxor 
Robert  Ber¬ 
ners  de 
Grayes  Inn. 


I  I  I 

1.  Anthony  Coton.  2.  Thomas.  Anna. 


44 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


{See  Sntftgn.) 


Cutte. 


Richard  Cutte  of  Debden=j=Mary  da.  to 
in  Essex.  Elrington. 


Richard  William 
Cutts  2  sonne. 
sonne  & 
heire. 


„  I 

Francis=pKatheren 


Cutte  3 
sonne. 


da.  to 
Bonville. 


John 
4  sonne. 


Barbara  ux. 
Roger  Godsalve 
of  Norffe. 

T 


Richard  Cutte. 


I 

J ohn  Godsalve.  Barbara. 


Dorothey  ux. 
Tho.  Ben- 
dishe  of 
Essex. 


Note.— This  Pedigree,  with  additions,  is  included  in  the  Pedigree  of  Cutte  or 
Cutts  of  Horham  and  Arkesden,  co.  Essex,  by  G.  H.  Rogers-Harrison,  Windsor 
Herald,  in  ‘  Essex  Archaeological  Society’s  Transactions,’  vol.  iv.,  42. 


Davcp, 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  6. — Darcy  and  others,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

2.  Quarterly. — 1  and  4.  Darcy.  2  and  3.  Fitz  Langley. 
Crests.— 1.  Darcy,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

2.  A  stag's  head  ermine.  [ 


Henrey  Darcey  maior  of  London=p 
1338  &  1339  12  E.  3.  Shiriffe 
2  E.  3,  1328. 


[ye  first  of  Sr  Robert  Darcye  Kt.  2  R.  2,=f=Da.  to  Nevell. 

Malden.]  1378. 


Sr  Robert  Darcye  Knt.  Sepultus  apud=pAlice  da.  &  h.  to  Henrey 
Malden  a0  5  H.  4.  1402.  Fitz  Langley  de  Malden. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


45 


I  A 


I 

John  Darcey=pAnne  da.  to  Sr  Robart=pElizabeth  da.  to  S! 


2  sonne  of 
Tollishunt. 


Sr  Thomas 
Tirrell  of 
Heron  Kt. 


Darcye  Kt. 
9  of  H.  5  th 
1421. 


Thomas  Tyrell  of 
Heron  in  Essex  Kt. 


1  I 

Elianor  ux.  Sr 
W  illiam  Tyr¬ 
rell  of  Heron 
Kt. 


pjatleston. 

John  Harleston.=pMargery  Bard  well. 

I _ 


Elizabeth  ux.  Thomas  Darcey  of=j=Margerett  da.  & 
William  Danbury  25  of  H.  coheire  to  John 

Barkeley.  6.  1446.  Harleston. 


Alice  uxor  Richard 
Lewis. 


Robert  Dar-=i=Elizabeth  da.  to.  Sr 


eye  of  Dan¬ 
bury. 


Henery  Wentworth 
Kt.  2  to  Sr  Tho. 
Woodham  Kt. 


Sr  Thomas = Anne  da. 
Darcye  2  to  Gef- 

sonne  Kt.  ferey  Gat- 

tes  K*. 


I 

Mar- 

gerett. 


Roger. 


I  I 

Thomazin  Elizabeth 
uxor  Rich .  uxor  J ohn 
South-  Leighe. 

well. 


Thomas  Lord^Elizabeth  da.  to 


Darcye  of 
Chiche  1551. 


John  Yeere  Earle 
of  Oxford  ob.  1540 
("called  ye  littell  E. 
of  Ox.] 


Elianor.  Mar- 
gerett. 


John  Lord  Darcye  of=j=Frauncis  da. 
Chiche.  I  Riche  E.  6. 


to  Richard  Lord 


I 

filia  ux. 
Pyrton. 


Edward 


John  Darcye 
2  sonne  ob. 
s.p.  1593. 


I 

Robart 
Darcye 
3  sonne. 


Thomas  Lord  Darcye=j=Mary  sole  heire 


of  Chiche  1616  Vi- 
cont  Colchester  &  E. 
Rivers. 


to  Sr  Thomas 
Kitson  Knt. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
2  da.  Johan- 
nis  dni’  Lum- 
ley  ob.  s.p. 


Thomas  Darcye 
s.p. 


Maria. 


Penelope  uxor 
George  Tren- 
chard  Kt.  ob. 
s.p. 


Elizabeth  uxor  Sr 
Thomas  Savage 
Kt.  nowe  Earl 
Rivers. 


Suzanna  [ob. 
s.p.  1612]. 


I 


I 


4  I  I  I 

Alice  ux.  Katheren  ux.  Robart  Elizabeth  ux.  Margerett  ux.  Anne  ux. 

John  Clop-  Crane  of  Wood  Norton  Sr  Henrey  Tyrrell  de  Mount- 

ton,  ar.  ar.  6  Edw.  4th  1465.  Bruen.  Gippinge.  gomery. 


I 

Anthony  Darcey  of=f=Elizabeth  da.  to  X’pofer 
Tollishunt.  Wylkynson. 


46 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


U 


Anne  d.  to= 
SrJohnMun- 
dey  L.  Maior 
of  London 
15  H.  8. 

1523. 


:Thomas  Darcye=f=Elizabeth  Bed- 


of  Tolshunt  ob. 
27  Octob.  4-5 
Phil.  &  Mary. 


ingfield  da.  to  Sr 
John  Hay  don 
Bakingsthorpe 
ob.  20  Sept.  5- 
6  Phil.  &  Mar. 


I 

Anthony 
Darcey 
of  Nor- 
wiche. 


1  I 

Robert  =  J  anne  da. 
Darcey  to  John 


fil.  et 
hser. 
ob.  s.p. 


Bassett  ar. 
renupta 
Fran.  Ber¬ 
nard. 


Thomas 


=Margerett  da.  to  Brian  Darcye=j=Bridgett  da.  to  Arthnre. 


of  Tolshunt 
darcy  condidit 
test.  1536. 

Eustace  Sulleard 
of  Ronwall  in 

Suff.  (Essex). 

of  Tiptree  in 
Essex  &  St. 
Osithes. 

John  Corbett  of 
Sprouston  in 

Norff. 

1  I  I  I  2 

Thomas  Darcye  son  &  heire=j=Camilla.  Johannis. 
of  Tolshunt  made  his  will  — 

1593.  3 

/k  Esdras. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Sr 
Henry  Myldmay 
of  Muchwal- 
tham. 


Briget. 

Dorothey. 

Margerett. 

Anne. 

Mary. 


John  Darcy e=f=Dorothey  da.  to  Thos. 
of  Lincoln’s  Audley  of  Beerchurch 
Inn.  in  Essex. 


2  I 

John  Darcye= Elizabeth  d.  to  John 
2  sonn.  Lucas  of  Ramsey  in 

Essex  ar. 


Thomas  Darcye=Mary  da.  to  Sr  Andrew  Astley  Bryan 
son  &  heire.  Kt.  on  the  6  of  July  1621.  2  sonne. 


Mary  ux.  Sr  Thomas  Eden  of  Sudbury  Elizabeth  s.p.  Thomas  3  sonne. 
in  Suff.  — 

Janne  ob.  s.p. 


Mary. 


Penelope. 


IBabtnant. 

Included  in  Yis.  of  1634. 
Arms. — Azure,  a  bend  colised  or. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


47 


Beane. 


Crest  and  arms  of  Deane  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


William  Deane  of  Lancash’re.= 


I 


Anne  Lady=William  Deane  of  Dynes=pAnne  da.  to  Tho.  Egerton  of  London  ar. 


Matrauers 
1  wiffe  s.p. 


in  Much  Maplested  in 
com.  Essex. 


relicta  Blithe  Clark  of  the  Counsell  of 
Yorke. 


Sr  John  Deane  of  Dynes  knighted=pAnne  da.  to  Sr  Drue  Drury 
11  May  1603  at  the  tower.  Kt.  made  27  Aug.  1607. 


I 


I 


Anne.  Rachell. 


John  Deane 
nat.  2  Aug’t 
1620. 


Katherinnat.  14 
Feb.  1603,  ob. 
21  Aug’t  1606. 


Drewe  Deane 
na.  31  June 
1606. 


I 

Anna  nata 
10  Dec. 
1607. 


I  I 

Elizabeth  Dorcas 
nata  1  nata 

June  1610.  1615. 


Be  ©ere. 


John  de  Veere  Earle  of  Oxford=j=Elizabeth,  da.  and  heire  to 
obiit  31  H.  8,  1539.  Sr  Edward  Trussell,  Knight. 


John,  Erie 
of  Oxford. 


Anne,  uxor 
Edward 

L . 

Shefife  .  .  . 


Elizabeth  uxor  Tho. 
Lord  Darcy  of 
Chich. 


Fraunces  ux.  Henry  Howard 
E.  of  Surrey  and  Duke  of 
Norflf. 


e=p.  ...  da.  to  Sir 


I 


Vere, 

Anthony 

Vere 

Colchester  in  Essex.  Her  mother  was 

2nd  sone. 

Gebons  of 

3°  sone. 

a  Sherington. 

Norflf,  K. 

John  de 
Vere 
ob.  s.p. 


Hugo  de=Elianora 


Vere 
2d  son. 


filia 
Walshe. 


Anne  uxor  Chrp. 
Sherborne 
renupta  John 
Stapes  postea 
Staple. 


I 

Bridgett,  uxor 
Thomas 
Crachewood 
de  Curshall 
in  ...  . 


Janne  uxor 
Hen.  Hunt 
of  Gosfeild 
in  Essex. 


A 


filia  ob.  s.p. 


Robertus  Veere. 


B 


48 


T'HE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


A _ B  | 


Robertus 

Franciscus- 

^Elizabeth 

Johannes 

=Thomazia 

Horacio 

Francisca 

de  Yere 

Yeere 

filia  et 

Vere  de 

fiha  Lory 

Vere 

ux.  Ro- 

3d  filius 

miles 

coheires 

Kirby 

civis 

miles 

berti 

ob.  s.p. 

2d  filius. 

Lent,  civis 
London. 

Hall. 

T 

London. 

4  filius. 

Harcourt. 

Johannes 

Yeere. 

1 

Edwardus 
2d  filius. 

1 

Henricus 

3d  filius. 

i 

Dorothia. 

Elizabetha. 

Johannes  Yeere 
miles. 

Joanne  da.  to  Richard  Hobart- 
of  Nor  if.  1  wiffe. 


r 


=Robart  Verez 
3d  sonne. 


:Maria  fil.  Barnishe 
2  wiffe. 


I 


Johannes  ob.  s.p.  Mary,  da.  &  heire  to  Goodwin  of  Norff. 


Bicpelti. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  1612,  but  makes  Alice  m.  to  Alexr  Banke. 


Bortoarh. 

{See  j&trangman.) 


fflbott. 


Aims — Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Thomas  Elliott  of  Cottered  and=pdaughter  of  Thomas  Wilson  of 
Hunsdon  in  com.  Hartford  &  of  Coddereth  in  co.  Hertford  gen. 
Stamford  Rivers.  sister  of  Edward  Wilson. 


da.  to  .  .  .  .=f= J ohn  Elliott  of  Stortford=pMargerett  da.  &  heire 
Grave.  I  in  com.  Hertford.  to  ...  .  Sheppey. 


A 


B 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


49 


A I 


John  Elliott=pElizabeth,  da.  to  Edward  Elliott=pJanne  d.  &  heire  to  Jonas 


of  London 
son  &  heire. 


Sr  John  Elliott 
of  Newton. 


of  Newland  in 
com.  Essex. 


Gedge  of  Shenfeild  in 
Essex. 


Sr  Thomas  Elliott=da.  to  Nowell  Sotherton 
of ...  .  Knt.  baron  of  the  exchequer. 


Dorothey. 


Blithe  uxor  George  Elliott  Rowland  Elliott=Anne  da.  to 
George  2  son.  3  son.  George  Browne 

Heynes.  of  Wharrode. 


W 


inifrid  ux. 
Richard 
Pileston 
(?  Puleston). 


drington,  €rltncjton. 


Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  a  f ess  dancette  charged  tvith  seven  bezants  between 
six  storks  sable.  [Elrington.]  2  and  3.  Azure,  a  fret  argent.  [Eching- 

HAM.] 


Buryed  in 
Shordishe 
Church. 


Sr  John  Erlington=Margerett  da.  &  coheire  to 


of  Shordiche  Kt. 


Sr  Thomas  Echingham  Knt. 
renupta  Wm,  Blunt 
L.  Mountjoye. 


buryed  in 
Shordish  Church 
w.  her  husband 
ob.  1481. 


Rowland  or  Edward  Erlington  of  Thoydon  Boyce  in=pAgnes  mar.  Edw. 


Essex,  of  the  privie  chamber  to  K.  H.  ye  8. 


Combes. 


Symond  Erlington  chefife  buttler=j= Alice  da.  to  John  Midle-=Sir  Gilles  Allington 


to  Edw.  6  buried  in  St.  Peter’s 
Cornehill. 


ton  sister  &  hr.  to  Tho. 
Midleton. 


K1  2  husband. 


Simond  and 
John  ob.  s.p. 


Thomas  Erlington1 
de  com.  Midd. 


=Bridgett  da.  to 
Sr  Edward  Bray 
of  Surrey  knt. 


Mary  ux.  Bray 
primogen’s 
Edwardi  Bray. 


Eliz.  da.  to  George=Thomas  Erling- 
Turbervyle  of  ton  2  sonne  & 

Bere  Regis  in  of  Hackney  in 

Dorsetshire.  Middlesex. 


I  I 

Edward  Er-=Margerett  da.  to  Maria. 


lington  of 
Wethers- 
feild  in 
Essex. 


Sr  John  Spencer  of 
Northamptonsh. 
relicta  Sr  Gilles 
Allington. 


Bridgita. 


Thomas  3  sonne.  Edward  2  sonne.  Johannes  Erlington. =. 


Maria. 


H 


50 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


CnfieHu 


{See  Barrington  No.  1.) 


€ton. 

Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Or,  a  fret  azure.  [Eton.]  2  and  3.  Gules,  two  bars 
ermine.  [ 

Crest. — A  lion’s  head  efrased  argent,  devouring  a  ton  or.  [Eton.] 

Sr  Nicholas  Eton  of  Etton=^=Katharen,  da.  to  John  Talbott 
in  com.  Salope,  Knight.  Earle  of  Salop. 


Lewis  Etton  of  Etton.=p.  ...  da.  to  Sr  Thomas  Blunt  of  Kinlett  knight. 


Henrey  Etton  of  Etton.=pJanne,  da.  Tho.  Cressett,  of  Upton  Cressett. 


I  I  I  II 

Thomas  2.  John. 
Etton  of  — 

Etton.  6.  Roger. 

9.  Fowlke. 

10.  William 
s.p. 


3.  Richard  Margery  da.=Robert  Etton  . . .  .=Anne  da. 


3  sonne.  to 

Swatborne 
2  wiffe. 


sonne  of  Spring-  to  ...  . 
feild  Hall  in  Essex.  Parker. 
Joanne,  da.  to 
John  Samon 
3  wiffe. 


Thomas  Mountford  sone  &  h.  appar’t. 


II  II 

4.  Lewis.  7.  Edmond,  s.p.  4.  Nicholas.  Katharen  uxor  ....  Titley  of  Titley. 


Cberarti. 


Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612,  with  crest  and  arms  of  Everard  quartering  Cornish  and 

Holme,  as  in  that  Yis. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


51 


dfutterne, 

{See  Stoinfrume.) 


sm. 


Arms  of  Fitche. — As  in  the  Vis.  of  1612,  hut  with  a  bordure  gules. 

Thomas  Fitche  of  Fitche  in=pJoanne. 

Widington  in  Essex. 


Thomas  Fitche  of  Brason  Heade  in  the  pishp= Agnes  d.  &  sole  heire  to  Robert  Alger 
of  Linsell  in  com.  Lincoln  (should  be  Essex),  of  Brason  Head  in  Linsell. 


Elianor  d.  &  h.  to  Thurston=pRichard  Fitche  of  Brason^ Joanne  da.  Roger 


Stoke  of  Trent  in  Somersett. 
1  wiffe. 


Head  2  sonne. 


to  ...  .  4 

2  wife.  sonne. 


Thurston  Fitche  son  &  John 
heire  1592.  2  sonne. 


I  I 

Richard  Fitche  William  Fitche 
1592.  2  sonne. 


Elizabeth  da.=pWilliam  Fitche  of  Littell=pAnne  d.  to  John  Wiseman  of  Felsted 
to  ...  .  Canfeild  in  Essex.  I  in  Essex. 


Elianor  ux. 

Thomas^pAgnes  d.=j=George 

William 

Sr  Francis= 

=Margarett 

Robert  Greene 

Fitche 

to  John 

Wingate 

ob.  s.p. 

3  sonne  a0 

da.  &  heire 

of  (?)  Hamer- 

son  & 

Wiseman 

of  Harl- 

2  son. 

1593  of 

to  Edward 

ford.  2.  to 

heire. 

of  Can- 

ing  in 

Canfeld 

Tyrrell  of 

Francis  Man- 

feild. 

Bedfd 

in  Essex 

beaches. 

nock  of  Stoke 

2  hus- 

Kt. 

Nayland  in 

band. 

Suff. 

- 1 

Agnes.  Anne 

1 

ux.  Sr  William=dau.  to  Sr 

Margerey  ux.  Nicholas 

Dorothey. 

William 
Wyntellof 


Fitche  son 
&  h.  1593 


Gloucester-  of  Barking 
shire.  Kt. 


Charles 

Corn¬ 

wallis. 


Henery  Glas- 
cotte  of 
Hasoebury. 


Wiseman. 


Thomas  Fytche  of  Brasenhead  3  sonne.=pMargeret  da.  to  Meade. 


52 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 

U 


Thomas  Fytche=f=Anne  da.  to  Robert  Fitche=f=Ellen  da. 
of  Margatyne  in  Bentley  servant  of  Brasen  to  John 

Essex  2  son.  to  the  L.  Petter.  Head.  Capuer. 

Ob.  s.p. 


Margerett  ux. 
Taylor  of  Brook- 
end  in  Essex. 


Thomas  Fitche  of=j=Margerett  da.  to  John  Munke  of  Jane  ux.  John  Moyne  of 
Brasen  Head  Sapsford  (Sawbridgworth)  in  Dunmowe  in  Essex. 

1614.  Hampshire  Hertfordshire. 


Thomas  son  &  heire  apparant  Richard  Mary.  Janne.  Anne, 
set.  15,  1619.  aet.  7. 


(See  Senour.) 


(See  &ijarpe.) 


dfohrtngfja?. 

Anus.— Quarterly  of  6.— 1.  Thursbye.  2.  Fodringhay.  3.  Baulney.  4. 
Dorward.  5.  Cogshall.  6.  Harsick,  as  in  Vis.  1612. 

Gerrard  Fodringhay.=p 


Thomas  Fodringhay .-[-Elizabeth  sister  &  heire  to  John 
I  Dorward.  (See  Stranghan.) 

Qlfyuvabve.  \  - | - , 

Henry  Thuresbye=j=Hellen  da.  &  heire  Christian  ux.  John  Margerett  ux.  Nicholas 
of  Noinolk.  |  to  Thomas  Fod-  de  Veere  Earle  of  Beawpre  of  Bockin^e 
ringhay.  Oxford.  °  ' 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


53 


I  A 


Thomas  Thuresbye  of  Bookings 


Christopher  Thuresbye  2  sonne. 


I 

Henry  Thuresbye.1 


Edward  Thuresbye  of  Booking  in  Essex.=j=Mary  d.  to  Phillip  Bedingfield  of  Norf. 

V 

Continued  as  ULtyUVObUt  in  Vis.  1612  and  1634. 


dfoorh. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  wolf  salient  sable.  [Foord.] 


John  Foorde  of  St.  Owses  (S.  Osyth).=pda.  to  ...  .  Taye. 


John  Foorde  of  Horsley=rKatherin  da.  to  Tho.  Johnson 
(?  Horkesley).  I  of  Stoke. 


John  Foorde  of =p Audrey  da. 
Horsley  (?  Hor-  to  Henery 
kesley).  Morris. 


Anne  uxor  Ellenor  uxor 
John  Par-  Thomas 
ker.  Bendishe. 


Anne.  Alice.  William 
ob.  s.p. 


Margery  ux.  Richard 
Howell  al’s  Smithe. 


Jmn'. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612,  and  same  Crest  and  Arms. 


#atohe?>. 

{See  Untgttleg.) 


54 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


©crratU. 

{See  Eatcltffe.) 


(Hlascotfe. 


Richard  Glascotte.=p 


John  Glascotte.=f=Elizabeth  da.  to 
John  Blunt. 


Richard  Glascotte.= 


=Margarett  da.  to 
John  Pointz. 


William  Glascocke.=j=Janne  da.  to 
I  Welde. 


John  Glascott  Richard  Glascocke  of  Chicke,: 
son  &  heire.  now  at  Dvves  Hall  Essex 

(Dyves  HallinChignallSmaley). 


„  .  I 

Frauncis=  Robert  Mary  da.  to: 
da.  &  heire  Glascocke  Sr  Thomas 
to  John  of  Joselyn  Kt. 

Timperley.  Manntrey 

(Manningtree). 


:Grace  d.  &  heir  to 
George  Musgrave. 


:John  Glascocke=pKatheren  Jonne  ux. 

of  Notley.  d.  &  heire  Cole  2dl>' 

to  Ambrose  to  Franke. 

Bradman. 


Martha  ux.  Edmond  Allen  Anne, 

of  Hatfeild  Peverell. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


55 


©ofotnjj. 

Arms. — Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Gules,  a  chevron  or  between  three  bezants,  a  crescent  for 
difference.  [Golding.]  2.  Gules,  a  saltire  argent  fretty  azure  between  twelve 
cinquefoils  or.  [Worthey.]  3.  Sable,  two  bars  dancette  ermine.  [Meuston.] 
Motto. — Use  bien  vostre  bezant. 


VMavnn. 

John  Warner  of  Halsted  in=pElizabeth  da.  to  John  Hyllivyn 


Essex.  (See  Swinburne). 


of  Hyllivin.  (See  Swinborne.) 


moxtytv.  | 

John  Worthey=j=Elizabeth  d.  &  heire  to  John  Warner 
of  Halsted.  of  Halsted. 


Agnes  da.  to=Thomas  Gouldinge= 
Edmond  of  Beauchampe  St. 

Latton.  Paule  in  Essex. 


:Elizabeth  da.  &  heire  to 
John  Worthey,  2  wiflfe. 


Ursula  da.  &  coheire- 
to  Will’m  Merston  of 
Horton  in  Surrey. 


:John  Goldinge: 
of  Halsted,  in 
com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth  da.  &  coheire 
to  Stowghe. 

(Ary.  3  billets  sable  in 
chief  3  hurts.) 


Roger. 
Miscella¬ 
neous  Essex 
Pedigrees, 
post. 


Henrey  Goldinge= Alice  da.  to  4.  Arthur. 

3  sonne  &  heire  Clovyll  of  — 

to  his  mother.  Hanyfeild  5.  George. 

in  Essex.  — 

6.  Edmond. 


Mary  ux.  Frances  ux.  Dorothey 
Roche  or  Mathew  ux. 

Rocke  of  Bacon  of  Dokura. 
Barkshire.  Shelfhanger 
in  Norff. 


Sr  Thomas=Elizabeth  da.  &  coheire  William 
Goldinge  to  Thomas  Roydon  of  2  sonne. 
Kt.  Peckham  in  Kent  relicta 

Twisden. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Roger  Wing- 
feild  of  Dun¬ 
ham  in  Norff'. 


Margery  ux. 
John  Veere 
Earle  of 
Oxford. 


#oIUtng. 

(See  jMmnburne.) 


56 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


<&ood). 

Arms  (2  shields).— 1.  Per  pale  argent  and  sable,  a  chevron  between  three  falbots 
passant  counter  changed,  on  a  chief  gules  as  many  leopards' 
heads  or.  [Gooch.] 

2.  Argent,  a  chevron  sable  between  three  Catharine  wheels  aules. 
[ W  YARD.] 

Crest. — A  talbot  passant  per  pale  argent  and  sable.  [Gooch.] 


Rynvyn  P.  of  Powis. 


I 

Blethyn  Gooch. 


Meredyth  Gooch. 


Jerworth  Gooch.=j=dau.  to  ...  . 

_ I 

Meredyth  Gooch. =pdau.  to  Vahan. 


Meredyth  Gooch.=j=dau.  to  Herbert 
of  Monmouthsh. 


ticla 


Jerworth  Gooch.=pLucye  dau.  to  Griffith. 


Richard  Gooch=pMary  da.  &  hr.  to  Jenkin  Wyard 


of  London. 


of  Wards  Brome  in  Norf. 


I 


William  Gooch  of  Good  Easter=pMargaret  da.  to  Thomas  Glascott 
&  Feodary  of  Essex  temp.  H.  8.  of  Fowchers  in  Essex. 


Roger  Gooch  Julyan  ux.  Edwardi  Thomas  Gooch=da.  to  Thomas  2d  3d  4th  ds. 
of  Norwich  Lowen  of  Cuff  ley  in  of  Roxwell  in  Wiseman  of 
2  sonne  24  of  Hertfordsh.  Essex.  Essex. 

Septemb.  1612. 


<®orig;e. 

0 See  BtU.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


57 


(©rap. 

Arms. — Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Gules,  a  lion  rampant  or  a  bordure  engrailed  ermine,  a 
canton  of  the  last.  [Gray.]  2.  Quarterly,  a  bend.  [  ]  3.  Gules, 

a  chevron  vair  between  three  ducal  coronets  or.  [Mayhew.] 

Crest. — A  ram's  head  couped  argent.  [Gray.] 


Leonard  Graye  of=j= 
Northumberland. 


Robarte  Graye.= 


John  Graye  of^=Elizabeth  da.  to  ...  .  Mayhewe  Sr  Frans  Jobson.=p 


Lincolnss  Inn. 


sepulta  at  S.  Brydges. 


I 


Janne  d.  &  heire=j= Willi  am  Graye=Mary  Boade.=f=  Edward  Jobson 


to  Tho.  Lovett  of 
Northamptonsh. 
widow  to  Sherly. 


of  Doveland 
in  Essex. 


1st  ux.  Tho. 
Collyns. 

2d  to  Nicho¬ 
las  Marshall. 

I 


2  son  &  3  hus¬ 
band. 


Thomas  Graye. 


Mary  Collyns 
ux.  Marshall. 


Mary  Jobson  m.  to 
George  Brooke  of 
Aspall  Suffolke. 


Elizabeth. 


<©mne. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Gules,  a  lion  rampant  per  fess  argent  and  sable, 
crowned  or.  [Greene,  alibi  John  Greene’s  Arms — Per  pale  sable  and 
argent  a  lion  rampant  counter  changed,  crowned  or.]  2.  Cogshall.  3.  Ermine, 
on  a  chevron  sable  three  escallops  or.  [Hawkesworth.]  4.  Sable,  six  lions 
couchant  argent,  3, 2, 1.  [Bateman.]  5.  Argent,  three  ravens  sable.  [Rolfe.] 

Walter  Greene  of  Bridgnorth  in  com.  Salop.=p 


Walter  Greene.=j=  Margaret  ux.  John  Greene  of  Drayton. 


John  Greene.=f=  Henry  Greene  Isabel  ux.  Rich.  Margaret  ux.  Henry 

ob.  s.p.  Yeere  of  Adington.  Hudleston. 


Thomas  Greene  of  Ennilde  (?  Enfield)  by  Barnet. 

I 


58 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


(JVo  connection  shewn  between  Thomas  and  this  John.) 
John  Greene.=pElizabeth  da.  to  William  Vesey  vel  Pudsey. 


Thomas  Greene  of  Witham  in  Essex.=pElizabeth  da.  to  Norton. 

L 


Anne. 

Jane. 


I  I 

Christopher. 

Ambrose. 


Jerome  Greene=pJane  da.  to 
of  Witham.  Sapton. 


J  I 

Margaret. 

Mary. 


I  I 

Anne. 

Jane. 


William  Greene 
son  &  heire. 


Jeromy 
2  son. 


Richard 
3  son. 


.  .  2  I 

William  Greene.=f=Margaret. 

I 


Elizabeth  nupta  Bern  a  Man  of  Lawe. 


Sr  John=pLucy.  Joane  ux.  Katharen.  Margaret  =  1st  ux.  Skip  with.  David. 


Greene 


Fitz 
Geflfery. 


2.  Lodworth. 

3.  John  Greene 
of  Ford. 


Thomas. 


John  Greene.  Edward. 


John  Greene  1  vir.=pEdith  d.  and  h.  to  Thomas  Rolfe.=FJohn  Helion  2  vir. 


.11  I 

Elizabeth  Agnes  ux.  Sr  Margaret  ux. 
Abbess  at  William  Henry  Tay. 
Dartford.  Fyndereux.  =p 


I  I 

Phillipa  ux.  Sr  Thomas  Isabel  ux. 
Montgomery  K.  of  the  Humphrey 
Garter.  Tirx-ell. 


I  III  II 

Anne  ux.  Sr  Roger  Margaret  ux.  Mary.  Thomas=p.  ...  da.  to  Wil-  John. 
Wentworth.  John  New-  Tay.  |  liam  Curson.  — 

port.  ”  \h  William. 


Hansconte. 

{See  Ntcijols.) 


I^aileston 

{See  ©arqj.) 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


59 


Harris. 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  engrailed  sable  between  three  hares’ 
heads  erased  gules,  a  lozenge  or  between  two  roaches  of  the  first.  [Harris.] 
2  and  8.  Ermine,  three  bezants.  [ 


William  Harris: 
of  Prittell 
(?  Prittlewell) 
in  Essex. 


=Anne  da.  to 
Jernegan  of 
Hertford¬ 
shire. 


Thomas  Percy  Kt.=pElianor  da.  &  coheir 


2°  son  to  Henry 
Earl  of  Northum¬ 
berland. 


to  Sr  Richard 
Harbottell  Knight. 


I  I 

Arthur  Harris  of  Prickwell  in  Sussex=j=Joane  da.  to  Sr  Thomas  Percy  Knt. 
(?  Prittlewell  in  Essex). 


Joane  da.  &  heire  to  John=p  William  Harris*  of  Southminster=F Joanne  d.  to  Cooke 


Smithe  of  Essex. 


in  Essex.  3rdly  married  Anne 
da.  to  ...  .  Rutter. 


of  Essex. 


4  1 

Christopher= 

=Mary  da.  and 

5  1 

Edmond 

Anne  da.  to= 

=Edward= 

Harris  of 

coheire  to 

Harris 

Henry  Jose- 

Harris 

Shenfield 

James  Bridge 

ob.  s.p. 

lyn  of  Torrell 

of 

4  sonne. 

of  Shenfield. 

2d  to  SrRobt 
Lee  of  Lon¬ 
don  Knt. 

South- 

minster 

inEssex. 

Katharen. 

Mary  ux. 
Sr  Thomas 
Bludder 
Knt. 


Edward  Harris 
of  Much  Bad- 
dow  in  Essex 
m.  the  da.  to 
Taverner  of 
Raynesham  in 
Essex  Gent. 


Sr  Wil¬ 
liam 
Harris 
of 

Shen¬ 

field, 

1614. 


I  I 


I  I 


Jane  ob.  s.p.  Frances. 


Mary  m.  to 
Wr  Allotte. 


Eliza¬ 

beth. 


„  I 

Christopher 

Harris 

Somersetshire 
m.  ye  da.  to  Sr 
Harbotell  Grim- 
ston  Kt. 


to  Sr  Francis 
Barrington  of 
Hatfield  Knt. 


=Frances  Anne.  Sr  Fran-=Elizabeth 
da.  to  —  cis  da.  to  Sr 

Tho.  Arthur  Harris  Edward 

Astley  2  sonne.  of  Sulliard  of 

of  South-  Fleminges 

Writtell  minster  in  Essex 

in  Essex.  Knt.  Kt. 

1614. 

I 


I  I 

Edward  2 
sonne  in 
Chepesyde. 

William  3 
sonne  of 
Camb. 


A  da.  wife  to 
Mr  Lanhere 
Phisician  to 
the  Queen. 


I 

Arthur 
Harris 
now  in 
France 
1614. 


His  will,  proved  1556,  is  given  in  the  Essex  Archaeological  Society’s  Transactions,  vol  iii., 


60 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Arthur  Harris  of  Woodham=j=Dorothy  da.  to  Sr  William 
Mortimer  in  Essex,  |  Walgrave  Kt. 

(Continued  in  Vis.  of  1612.) 


1  1  1 

1 

©Utffe. 

1 

1 

Rowland 

Susanna.= 

=John  Olliffe 

Felice.= 

=Bartho- 

Vincent=Elizabeth  d.  to 

son&  heir. 

son  to  Sr 

lomew 

Harris 

Thomas 

William. 

John  Olliffe 

Averes 

of  Mai- 

Hearon  of 

L.  Maior 

of  Lon- 

don  in 

Eglescombe  in 

George 
obier4  s.p. 

of  London. 

don. 

Essex. 

Surrey. 

John  Olliffe. 

Hercules  011iffe=p 

Grace  uxor  Ben- 

1 

Eliza- 

Bartholomew 

of  Welwyn. 

jamin  King. 

beth. 

Averes. 

|  Mentis, 

Ann.=j=Robert  Prentis. 


Robert  Prentis  of=j=Lucy  da.  to  Clement  Slower 
Barkinge  in  Essex.  |  of  Knoles  Hill  in  Essex. 

\U 


Sr  Thomas  Harris  of^pCordelia  da.  to  John  Gille  of  Widyi- 


Maiden  Knt.  1614. 

hall  in  Hertfordshire. 

ob.  s.p. 

1  1 

Anne. 

Cordelia 
obiit  s.p. 

1  1 

Thomas  2  sonne  Jane  ux.  Henry  Wroth 

went  into  Spaine  3  sonne  to  Sr  Robt. 

with  the  L.  Wroth  of  Lowton  in 

Digby.  Essex  Kt. 

Ursula  vid.  Orange 
of  St.  Giles  Gent, 
with  Lady  Haring- 
ton. 

Catharine.  ] 

—  >  obier4  s.p 

Alice.  J 

1  1  1 

f  Joane.  John  Harris 

.  <  —  son  &  heir. 

(.  Elizabeth. 

Dorothy  Gentlewoman 
to  the  Lady  Digby. 

Harris. 

(No.  2.) 

Same  as  p?arrt0  in  Vis.  1552. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


61 


J^atolep. 

Same  as  f^all  in  Vis.  1612. 


^enli. 

{See  Cartngton.) 


Ifeebcitutgiiam  or  HmtnsSam. 

{See  3Ealter  in  Vis.  1612.) 


I^ujatte. 

Arms  (Harl.  MS.  1541,  162). — Gules,  two  bars  argent,  over  all  a  bend  or  charged 
with  three  leopards’  faces  sable.  [Higatte.] 


Thomas  Higatte  of=p 
Fearinge  in  Essex. 


Thomas  Higatte 
2  sonne. 


Reinolde  Higatte=pMargerett  d.  &  heire 


of  Aseldon  in 
Essex. 


to  Robt.  Arther  of 
Much  Baddow  in 
Essex. 


Anne  uxor 
John  Pagett. 


Edmound  Higattes=j=Dorothey  da.  to  William 
of  Rendlesham  in  Bamborough  of  Rendle- 
Suffolk.  sham. 


Margerett  ux.  Robert  Thomazin. 
Gardner  of  Charsfeild 
in  Suff. 


Frauncis  Higatte  Elizabeth, 
s.  &  heire. 


62 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


f&tjjljam. 

Crest  and  Arms  of  Higham  as  Higham  No.  1  in  Vis.  1612. 


Robert  Higham  of  Higham=pda.  to  ...  .  Hopwood 
in  com.  Chester.  of  the  Cliffe. 


John  Higham=i=Anne  da.  to  Robert 


of  Higham. 


Hide  of  Norburye. 


Roger  Higham=p Alice  Edward  Higham 


2  sonne. 

da.  to  3  sonne. 

Edwards. 

Robert 

Reignold 

John 

John  Higham=f  Anne  da. 

William 

Alice. 

Higham 
son  &  heire. 

2  sonne. 

3  sonne. 

of  Essex. 

to  John 
Allen  of 
Essex. 

Higham. 

Anne. 

William  Higham.  Alice.  Anne. 


George  Higham=j=Katherin  da.  to  ...  .  Dale  Margeret. 


4  sonne. 


of  Alington  in  Cheshire. 


Oliver  Higham  Robert.  William, 
son  &  heire.  —  — 

Roger.  John. 


Elizabeth.  Katheren. 
Ellen.  Anne. 


Hobbes. 

( See  Coofee,  No.  1.) 


Jbtjjoto. 

(See  Jtangman.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


63 


Btnfiim. 


Gwillim  ap  Jenkyn  als  Harbert=pGwenllian  da.  &  heire  to  William  Howell 
of  Gwerndys  in  co.  Monmouth,  ap  Jevan  ap  Howell  ap  Jerworth. 


John  ap 

1 

David  ap=j 

=Eliz.  da. 

Howell  ap 

1 

Thomas  ap 

Gwill’m 

Gwill’m 

to  Phillip 

Gwill’m 

Gwill’m  als 

of 

2  sonne. 

ap  llfi  of 

of  Treowen 

Harbert 

Gwerddy. 

Marchnan. 

3  sonne. 

4  sonne. 

Daved  Vychane 
(?  Upchan) 

5  sonne. 


Morgan  ap  David  John  ap  David  Jenkyner 
3  sonne. 


William  ap  dd 
2  sonne. 


| 

Roger  Coyes  of  Shirenewton=pJane  da.  to  John  David  Jenkyn 
in  com.  Monmouth.  of  Gwernddye. 

Continued  as  in  Pedigree  of  ©Ogs  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


Beiumr. 

Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  6  as  in  Vis.  1612. 

2.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  gules.  [Bucken- 

hah.]  2.  Or,  two  bars  sable.  [  ]  3.  Three  roundles 

each  charged  with  a  cross  crosslel  [  ],  impaling  oi'  on 

a  cross  azure  five  fleurs  de  lis  of  the  first,  a  bordure  engrailed 
of  the  second.  [Jenour.] 

3.  Gules,  a  cross  or  fretty  Azure  [Coddington],  impaling 
Jenour  as  in  the  second  shield. 

4.  Quarterly  of  6. — 1  and  6.  Jenour  as  in  the  first  shield.  2. 
Jenour  as  in  the  second  shield.  3.  Smith.  4.  Fitz- 
HERBERT.  5.  BABINGTON. 

Crest. — As  in  Vis.  1612. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612,  but  makes  the  wife  of  John  Jenour  Alice  instead  of 

Anne  Fincham,  and  gives  the  Fitzherbert  pedigree  as  under. 

JFit$erfart* 

Jo.  Fitzherbert  of  Etwell  Remembrancer  to  ye 
Exchequer  in  ye  countye  of  Darby  ob.  18  of 
November  1502,  18  of  H.  7  mar.  Margery  daugh. 

&  hr.  to  Babington  of  the  flette. 


64 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


_ I  A 

I 

Henry  Fitzherbert  mar.  Cecylie  dau.  &  hr.  to  Jo. 
Molineux.  She  died  in  the  Feaste  of  the  Trans¬ 
lation  of  S1  Thomas  ye  Marter  a0  18  H.  7,  1502. 


I 


Eustace  Fitzherbert  sonne  and  heire  ob.  16  of  Sep  tern  .=f= Jayne  da.  to 
a0  d’ni  9  of  K.  H.  8,  1518.  Meringe. 


Joanne  ob.  14  d. 
August  1526 
18  of  H.  8. 


John  died  on  Sl 
James  daye  a.d. 
1592,  34  Elizth. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  her  first  husband  Edwd=j=Thomas  Smith  of 
2d  sonne  to  Sr  Jo.  Smith  of  Cressing  Temple  Camden  in  com. 
in  Essex  Kt.  =f=  Gloster  Esq. 


Andrew  J  enour. = Gregoson  daugh.  and  sole  Henry  Smith  onely 
See  J  enour  in  heire  to  Thomas  Smith  of  sonne  died  without 
Yis.  1612.  Camden  in  com.  Gloster  issue. 

Esq. 


Sohson. 


Arthur  base  sonne  of=pElizabeth  da.  &  hr.  of 
Ed.  4  by  his  Cone.  Edward  Grey  Ld. 
Jane  Shore.  Vicount  Lestrey. 


Sr  Francis  Jobson=pElizabeth  da.  &  Frances  first  married  to  Bridgett  wife 
of  Westmoreland  coheire  of  Arthur  John  Bassett  21y  to  Tho.  of  Sr  Wm. 
Leift.  of  ye  Tower.  Plantaginett.  Monke  of  Devonsh’re.  Corden  Knight. 


I 

Jo.  Jobson  of: 
Monkwich  (in 
West  Dony- 
land)  in  com. 
Essex. 


=Ellen  da.  of 
SrRich.Per- 
sell  &  his 
coheire,  vide 
Southamto11. 


Edward  Job-=j=Mary  d.  of  Boade  of  Roch- 


son  of  West 
Donyland  & 
Monkwich. 


ford.  1  married  to 
Collins.  2ly  to  Marshall. 
3d  to  this  Edward  Jobson 
&  4th  to  Grey. 


Thomas 

Jobson. 


Persall  ....  Jobson  ux.  Clement  . 1st  married  to 

Jobson.  Medley  of  Whitness  in  Henrey  Malby  of  Ross 
com.  Warwick.  in  Ireland  21y  to  Sr 

Wm.  Sydley. 


Marey  d.  &  sole  heire 
man1,  to  George 
Brooke  of  Aspoole  in 
Suffolke. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


65 


Hobson. 

{See  ffirag.) 


Hosselpn,  Hottljm. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612,  No.  1,  but  gives  the  descent  of  Henry,  4th  son  of 
Sir  Thomas  Josselyn,  as  under. 


Henry  Josselyn=j=Anne  da.  &  coheire  to  Humfrey 


4  sonne. 


(not  Henry)  Torrell. 


Anne  uxor  Elizabeth  uxor  Katharen. 
Higham . Yardley. 


.  .  .  .  uxor  Winifred  ux. 

.  .  .  .  Ball.  Bichard  Scott. 


Frances  now 
the  widow  to 
Sr  Fran8 
Finch,  K‘. 


Henry. 

Anthony. 

Christop. 


.  dau.  John  Franke  widow  to=j=Sir  Thomas  Josselyn=j=da.  to 


Cooke 


Scott  by  whom  she  had  issue. 

 I 


Knt. 


widow  to  ...  . 
Beere  of  Kent. 


\|/ 


ux . Allen  ....  uxor  Dorothy  ux. 

of  Hatfield  Lusher  son  Brewster 

Peverell.  to  Sr  Nicholas  of  Suif. 

Lusher  of 
Surrey. 


Torrell  Josselyn=Elizabeth  Anne, 
son  &  heir.  da.  to  Sr 

Nich.  Brooke 
of  Norton 
in  Essex  K4. 


Anne  ux.  Ed.  Harris.=pSr  Bobert  Leighe 


I  I 

Arthur  Harris.  Anne. 


I 


2  husband. 


Mary  uxor 

Bobert 

Hatton. 


I  I 

Elizabeth. 

Grace. 


I 

Bobert 

Leighe. 


2.  Thomas. 

3.  Edward. 


Surnpe. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612;  but  Alford  erased,  and  Apulderfield  substituted  in  a 
later  hand. 

Arms. — 1.  Quarterly  of  eight — The  first  7  quarterings  as  in  first  shield  in  Vis.  1512. 
The  8th.  Sable,  three  sinister  gauntlets  argent.  [Gunter.] 


k 


66 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


*  Htng. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  lend  engrailed  ermine  between  two  eagles  displayed  with  two  necks 
or.  [King.] 

Crest. — A  leopard's  head  erased  or  between  two  wings  gules.  [ 

Robart  Kinge  of=j=Lettice  d.  &  heire  to 


Much  Badow. 

Wm.  Berrell  of  Wry  tell 
in  Essex. 

William 

1 

Benjamyne 

1  1 

Richard 

1 

Francis 

J  1  1.  1 

Katherm. 

1  1  1 
Elizabeth.  Anne 

Kinge 

2  sonne  of 

3  sonne. 

5  sonne. 

— 

— 

eldest 

Southmynster 

— 

Janne. 

Dorathey. 

sonne. 

25  of  March 

Edmond 

— 

1614. 

4  sonne. 

Lettice. 

Mary. 


mrMbp. 

Included  in  Pedigree  in  Vis.  1612,  with  same  shield. 


llmghtlep. 

( Vide  Warwick,  171.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Quarterly  one  and  four  ermine,  two  and  three  paly  of  six  or 
and  gules.  [Knightley.]  2.  Azure,  a  stag’s  head  cabossed  or.  [Goloyers.] 
3.  Argent,  on  a  saltire  sable  five  swans  of  the  first.  [Burgh.]  4.  Argent,  a 
lion  rampant  sable,  a  bordure  of  the  second.  [Cowley.] 


Richard  Knightley  of  Gnoshall=p.  ...  da.  to  ...  .  Gifford 
in  co.  Staff.  of  Staffordshire. 


Richard  Knightley=f=Elizabeth  da.  to  .  . 
of  Fawsley  Purefoy  of 

co.  North11.  Northamptonshire. 


Maude.=William  Humfrey  of 
Barton  Segrave  in 
Northamptonshire. 


Sir  Richard  Knightley=j=Elianor  d.  of  John  Throg-  John  Knight-1 

of  Fawsley  Kt.  morton  of  Coughton  in  ley  2  son. 

com.  Warw. 


^Margaret  d. 
to  Thomas 
Daniell. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 
A| 


67 


Sir  Richard  Knightley=p  J ane  da.  &  heir  to 


of  Fawsley  Kt. 


Henry  Skynerton 
of  Alderton. 


Thomas  Knightley=p.  ...  da. 


of  Bent  in  Stafford¬ 
shire. 


to 
Gifford. 


Sir  Valentine=j=Anne  da.  to  Thomas  Knightley  William  Knight-=fAnne  d.  to 


Knightley  '  Sir  Edward  son  and  heir. 

Kt.  Ferrers  Kt.  — 

Mathew  a  priest. 


ley  of  Marsham 
inNorf.  ob.  1543. 


Thomas  Hare 
sister  to  Sir 
Nicholas. 


r 


< ftlip&bioe ♦ 


Richard  George  Knightley  of  Essex  John  Clipsbye=pLettice.=f  William 

Knight-  m.  Kath.  d.  to  Sr  Wm.  1  h.  Cardinall 

ley.  Pyrton  of  Essex  ob.  s.p.  2  h. 


John  Clipsbye.: 


I 


I 


Juliana. =j=Sir  Randall  (?  Ranulph)  Crew. 


Charles  Cardinall; 


William  Cardinall. 


Sr  Clipsbye  Crew  K*. 


Elizabeth  ux.  John  Hill.  Robert  Cooke  1  h.=j=Winifred.-rRobt  Bozom. 
=r  I  I _ 


John  Hill.=pJoyce  Woodnoth.  Sr  Edward  Cooke  Kt. 


John  Bozom. 


Henry  Hill.  Anne. 


©atolreg.  I 

Audrey.=r=Thomas  Gawdey  Katharen  ux.  Reynold  Rouse 
'  Serjeant  at  Law.  of  Badingham. 


Henry  Gawdey .=f=Eliz.  m.  Robt.  Warner. 

1 

Thomas. 


68 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


•Staton,  itaftjm. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Quarterly  per  fess  indented  ermine  and  azure.  [Lacon.] 
2.  Azure,  two  bars  gemeltes  or,  a  chief  of  the  second.  [  ]  3.  Or,  on 

a  bend  gules  three  martlets  of  the  first.  [ 

Crest. — A  falcon  or.  [Lacon.] 


Sr  Richard  Lacon  of  Lacon= 
in  com.  Salope. 


= Alice  da.  to  Thos.  Hoord 
of  Bridge-northe. 


Sr  William  Lacon  Knight,  one  of  the= 
Justices  of  the  Kinges  benche. 


Sr  Thomas  Lacon  Kt.  Edward 
son  &  heire.  2  sonne. 


Mil  I 

George=f=  Robert  Christopher=p  William=p 


Lacon. 

2 

Lacon 

Lacon 

sonne. 

3  sonne. 

4  sonne. 

Janne  uxor 

John 

Leedes. 


I 


I 


Andrew  Lacon.  Francis  Lacon.=pJanne  da.  to  Stepney. 


I 


Milles  Lacon  of  Awdeley=pJoane  da.  to 
End  in  Essex.  John  Howe. 


I 

John 

Lacon. 


I 


I 


Gris  sell.  Joanne. 


Anne  ux. 
Sother- 

by. 


Eliza¬ 
beth  ux. 
Serlebye. 


I 


Richard  Lacon.= 


I 

Thomas 
2  sonne. 


I 


Richard 
3  son. 


George 
4  son. 


iLancfljam. 

{See  (Cotton.) 


itatljom. 

Crest  and  Arms  of  Lathom. — As  in  Vis.  1634. 

Sr  Robert  Lathome  of  Lathome  K4.- 


I 


Sr  Thomas  Lathome  K4.  Philip  Lathome  of  Congleton.=p 

_  I 


Hugh  Lathome.= 


Raphe  Lathom  of  North  Ockendon  in  Essex.= 


I 


*  This  is  so  in  the  MS.,  apparently  an  alteration  made  since  William  was  described  as  2nd 
son  of  Hugh. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


69 


A| 


John  William  Thomas  William  Lathome=f=Thomazin  da.  &— Richard 


Lathom  3  sonne.  Lathome  of  North  Okendon 
1  sonne.  4  sonne.  2  sonne. 


heire  to  John  Ar- 
dall  obiit  1432 
11  H.  6. 


Badley 
2  husband. 


William  Lathome  of  Upminster.=p(?)  Amicia  or  Anna  da.  to  Will’m  Strangman. 


Thomasin. 

mam. 

Sr  John  Walshe.=F 


William  Lathome. 


Sr  William  Stonner.=p 


I 


Walter  Walshe  groome  of=pElizabeth  wid.  Sr  Sr  Percivall  Talboys 
the  Stole  to  H.  8.  |  Wm.  Compton.  3  husband. 


1  wife. 


I  t  I 

.=pThomas  Lathome=pFrauncis  da.  to  Rauff  Lathom  of  =pElizabeth  da.  & 


of  Northe  Ken¬ 
dall. 


Walter  Walshe  Sandon&Upminster 
2  wife.  in  Essex  ancr  of  the 

Lathoms  in  Lanca¬ 
shire. 


heire  to  Thomas 
Hill  of  London. 


Robert=Mary  da.  to  Rauffe= Andrey  da.  to 

Lathome.  Edward  Lathom  Peter  Cuttes 
Humfrey  of  ob.  s.p.  relicta  Ga- 
Isham  in  co.  brill  Poyn- 

Northampton.  ings  of  Essex. 


William  La-=pSusanna  da. 
thome  of  to  Sampson 

Stifford  in  of  Coxsey  in 

Esssx.  Suffolk. 

(?Campsey.) 


Thomas  Lathome=Elizabeth  da.  to 
of  London.  Charles  Barnard. 


Margaret  ux.  Will. 
Gooday  of  Essex. 


I  I 

Anne. 


I  I 

Margery. 


Fraunces.  Katharen. 


Isabel!. 

Elizabeth. 


William  Lathom  of  U p-=pAmicia  da.  to  William  Strang- 


mmster. 


man. 


William=i= Alice  da.  to  Paulle  Dawes  of  Thomasin. 


Lathome. 


London. 

A 


William  Lathom 
of  Sandon  2d  son. 

Continued  as  in 
Vis.  1634. 


*  There  is  evidently  some  confusion  here  which  the  state  of  the  MS.  will  not  help  to  clear  up. 


70 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


A| 


Elizabeth  m.  to 
Rjves  of  Ox¬ 
ford. 


Anne  ux.  John  Martha. 
Stanley  of  Lon-  — 
don  Goldsmith.  Grace. 


.  I 

William  2  sonne  of=da.  to  Lownes 
London  Stationer  in  Powles 
in  Powles  Church-  Church  yarde. 
yarde. 


George  3  sonne  Lumber  St1.  Rauff  Lathome.=pMary  da.  &  sole 

heire  of  Ham- 

(No  4th  son  mentioned.) 


lett  Clarke. 


Charles  5  sonne. 

Thomas  6  sonne 
a  divine. 


Sonne  &  heire.  Mary  only  daugh. 


iLcpfjatn. 

{See  Carmgton.) 


lister,  Oyster. 

Arms. — Ermine ,  on  a  fess  sable  three  mullets  argent,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
[Lister.] 


William  Lister=j= Joanne  da.  to  Sr  Rauff 
of  Salope.  Wootton  Knight. 


I 

Richard  Lister=f=Christabell  da.  &  heire  to 
of  Rowton.  Fitzharbart  of  Staffordshire. 


John  Lister=j=Jane  Robert  Lister=fAgnes  da.  2.  William=p 


of  Rowton 

da.  to 

of  Finchley 

to  John 

Lister  of 

son  &  heire. 

John 

in  Middlesex, 

Swallow  of 

Yarmouth. 

Gatacre.  3  son. 

Barkinge. 

Winifred 
ux.  John 
Personns 
of  London. 


ticha 


Richard  Lister 
of  Rowton. 


I  I 

Bridgett  William=fKatherin  da. 
ux.  Chris-  Lister  of  to  George 
topher  Essex.  Harison  of 
Robinson.  Colchester. 


Christabell 
ux.  Har- 
bourne 
&  2d  to 
Bromley. 


Edmond  Lister 
&  William  2 
son. 


Katheren. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


71 


SUttas. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  6. — 1  and  6.  Lucas.  2.  Morieux,  as  in  that 
Vis.  3.  Gules,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  eagles’  heads 
erased  or.  [  ]  4.  Azure ,  three  chevronels  or.  [ 

5.  Argent,  a  fess  between  two  chevrons  gules.  [ 

2.  Quarterly. — Lucas,  Morieux,  Brampton,  Roydon,  as  in 
Vis.  of  1612,  without  the  difference. 

Crest. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Edmond  Fitz-- 
Lucas. 


-Elizabeth  da. 
to  Merieux. 


Brampton* 

Walter  Brampton; 


ohn 


John  Fitz-Lucas.=pMaude  da.  &  heire  to 
Walter  Brampton. 


I 

Edward  Fitz-Lucas.=p 


Christian  da.  to 
William  Bennett. 


Katheren  ux.  Richard 
Wickham. 


John  Fitz-Lucas.=j= 

_  I 


Thomas  Lucas  of  Saxhanu 
in  Suff.  Solicitor  to  H.  8. 
vixit  A0  5  H.  7. 


^Elizabeth  da.  to 
Reymess  of  Ragland 
in  Wales. 


Jasper= 
Lucas  of 
Saxham. 


pMargery 

1 

Henrey  =p 

Mary  da.=j 

1 

=  John  Lucas  =j 

d.  &  heire 

Lucas 

to 

of  Colchester 

to  Robert 

2  sonne. 

Abell  of 

3  sonne. 

Geddinge. 

Essex. 

:Elizabeth  da.  to 
....  Christmas 
2  wilfe. 


Thomas  Lucas=pMary  da.  to  Edmond 
Sr  Thomas  Lucas 

in  Suff.  Jermyne  sonne  & 

Kt.  heire. 


Thomas  =pMary  da. 


Lucas 
sonne  & 
heire. 


to  Sr  John 
Fermer. 


Robart  Lucas 
2  son. 


Thomas 

Lucas. 


Clement 
2  sonne. 


Anne. 


Anne. 


I  I  I 

John  Lucas = da,  to  Roydon.  Margeret.  Elizabeth. 
3  sonne. 


72 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


JHatyas. 

(See  (Eoofte,  No.  1.) 


JHanSebtUe. 

(See  Barrington,  No.  1.) 


JHannocft. 

Arms. — Quarterly — Salle,  a  cross  flory  argent.  [Mannock.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  two 
lars  gules.  [  ] 


John  Mannock.=pda.  to  Sr  Tho.  Walgrave. 


George  Mannock=j=Katheren  da.  to  Sr  Thomas 


of  Stoke  Neyland 
in  Suffolke. 


Walgrave  Kt. 


Thomas  Mannock  of  Whithermondford=j=Dennis  da.  to  John 
(Wormingford)  in  Essex.  I  Roberts  of  Kent. 


William  Monnock  2.  Edward.  4.  Thomas.  5.  Edward.  Bridgett. 
sonne  &  heire.  — 

3.  Anthoney. 


jfilantell. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  ten. — 1.  Salle,  two  chevrons  letween  six  escallops,  2,  3,  1, 
argent.  [Boade.]  2.  Strangman.  3.  Quarterly,  argent  and  sails,  a  laid 
of  three  points  gules  for  difference.  [Hooe.]  4.  Gules,  a  chevron  ermine 
letween  three  garls  or.  [Baron.]  5.  Ermine,  three  picks  gules.  [Battell.] 
6.  Ermine,  two  chevrons  gules.  [Mantell.]  7.  Three  crescents  letween  nine 
cross  crosslets.  [Fauntie.]  8.  Gules,  a  maunch  ermine.  [De  la  More.' 

9.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  gules  two  hoars'  heads  couped  argent.  [Sandford.' 

10.  Cherington. 

Crest. — A  ram's  head  argent,  horned  or,  gorged  with  a  collar  indented  salle  charged 
with  three  escallops  of  the  first.  [Bodde.] 


Sr  Robart  Mantell.: 


Batill.=j=Margerett  d.  &  coheire. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


73 


U _ 

Nicholas  Baron  14  R.  2.=T=Roose  da.  &  heire  to  Battell. 


Thomas^Margerett  d.  &  heire  to  Nicholas  Baron  13  H.  4. 
at  Hoo.  j 

Strangmatt. 

William  Strangman  49  E.  4.=p  Alice  da.  &  heire  to  Thomas  Hoo. 
(sic,  but  ?  Edw.  3.) 


William  Strangman.=pda.  &  heire  to  Fauntie  by  Christie  d.  &  h.  to  Delamore. 


John  Strangman=pda.  &  heire  to  Sandford  of  Ralegh  by  the  da.  of  Petter  Cherington. 


John  Strang-=pda.  to  Downes 
man  eldest  of  Bradwell. 
sonn. 


I 

Edward=pMargerett  da.  to  Wm. 


Strangman 
2  sonn. 


Robartes  of  Bradwell 
Hall  in  Essex. 


Thomas 
Strangman 
3  sonne. 


I  Boabf.  I 

William  John  Boade  of  Rocheford  hundred  in=pJoane  d.  &  heire  to  Edward 
Strangman.  Essex.  Strangman. 


.  I 

Vn  illiam  Boade=p Grace  da.  to 
eldest  son. 


I  I  I 

Edward  Boade  Mary  ux.  Tho.  Col-  Judethux. 
George  Krymble  2d  son  ob.  s.p.  len  &  2d  to  Ed.  Job-  James 
(PCrimvill)  1599.  son  3d  to  Wm.  Grey.  Osborne, 

of  Essex. 


John  Boade  son 
&  heire. 


Sussanna  ux.  Thomas  Aylett  of 
Ryvenell  in  Essex. 


„  I  I 

Fraunces. 

Ada. 


jHanttU. 

Arms  of  Sir  Robert  Mantell,  Knight.  Quarterly  of  six. — 1  and  6.  Mantell. 
2.  Battell.  3.  Gules,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  garbs  argent. 
[Baron.]  4.  Hooe.  5.  De  la  More. 


L 


74 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


JHarlar. 


Arms. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612,  impaling  quarterly  or  and  azure  on  a  bend  gules  three 
escallops  argent.  [ 

John  Marler  of  Kelvedon  in  Essex  13  R.  2.=p 


John  Marler  7  H.  5.=p 


m  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I 

Thomas  Marler=  John  Marler=.  ...  da.  to  Robert,  John.=j=  William. 


1494.  (See  note 
in  Yis.  1612.) 


1405 
(?  1450). 


Joh“’ 

of  Suffolk.  TTT.„. 

William, 

George, 

ob.  s.p. 


Robert  Marler 
1500. 


Stephen  Marler.  William  Marler .=p  John  ob.  s  p. 


Thomas  Marler  ob.  1540.=pMargaret  da.  to  White.  William  2  sonne  of  Norff. 


George,  Katharen  Anne  ux.  William  Marler==Margaret  da.  to  Tho-  Agnes 


ob.  s.p.  ux.  John 
Lo  reday. 

John 

Nuptier. 

of  Kelvedon 
ob.  37  Eliz. 

mas  Perye  of  Bard-  ux. 

'field-m  Essex.  Hunt. 

1 

Anne  ux.  Thomas 
Dickinson  of 
Homedon  in 

Essex. 

George  Marler= Judah  da.  to 
son  &  heir.  Edward  Clarke 

of  Feering. 

1  1 

Dorothy, 
Grace, 
ob.  s.p. 

Jane  ux.  John 
Lingwood  of 
Esterford. 

William  Marler=p Jane  da.  to  Saper-  Margaret  William  Marler=j=Anne  da.  to  Wil¬ 


son  to  William. 


ton  of  Salinge  in  ob.  S.p. 
Essex. 


of  Esterford 
2  sonne. 


liam  Nevell  of 
Rajley  in  Essex. 


I 

Arthur  Marie 
of  Navestock 
in  Essex  by 
Jane  d.  to 
Saperton. 


Jane  da.  to 

Alice  ux.  Wm. 

William 

Anne  ux.  Ed. 

Sara. 

John  Howe 

Hudson  of 

ob.  s.p. 

Tillingham  of 

— 

of.  Nave- 

Bradgatte  in 

Dunmowe  in 

Susanna. 

stocke  relict. 

Kent  Esq. 

Essex. 

— 

Hawkes. 

Grace. 

Arthur  Marler  sonne  &=pAnne  da.  of  Will’m  Crompe  of 
heire  apparent  1634.  South  Weald  in  Essex. 


I  III 

Arthur  Marlar  6  yeares  old  1634.  WilPm  2  son.  Thomas  3.  Anne. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


75 


JSlarnep. 

{See  barker.) 


Crest  and  Arms  of  Maxey  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Jo.  Maxe  of  Sallinge.=.  .  .  .  d.  &  he.  to  Wilbrome  (?  Wilberham). 
John  Maxe  of  Sallinge  in  Essex.=p.  ...  da.  &  heire  to  ...  .  Aunger. 


John  Maxe.=j=.  ...  da.  to  Stranguishe. 


Ill  I  2|  |  |  | 

Richard  George  John  Maxe=  Edward  1.  Mary,  uxor  Kempe  3.  Elizabeth 

Maxe. 


4  sonne.  Maxe  of  Salinge. 

—  3  sonne. 

Henrey 

5  sonne. 


William  Maxe 
of  Yorksh. 

2d  w. 


Anthony  Maxie  of  Salinge: 
&  after  of  Bradwell  in 


of  Finchingfeild.  uxor  .... 

—  Songar 

2.  Anne, uxor  William  (?  Sanger). 
Studow. 


-Dorothey  da.  &=pRobart  Botham 
heire  to  George  1  husb. 


I. 

Sr  Willian 
Maxie  of 
Sailing 
corte  in 
Essex 
2d  sonne. 


Essex. 

Bassett. 

of  Essex. 

Ellen,  da.  to  Sr 

Sr  Henry = 

da.  to 

Charles  = 

=Janne 

Jeromey 

FowlkeGreville 

Maxie  of 

William 

Bonham 

da.  to 

2d  sonne. 

Kt.  of  Bew- 

Bradwell 

Cooke  by 

asts.  38 

Gilbert 

— 

champs  corte 

Knight. 

the  da.  to 

1538. 

Songer 

Eliza- 

by  the  da.  to  ye 

the  Lord 

(?  San- 

beth. 

Lord  John 

John 

ger)  of 

— 

Graye  of 

Graye  of 

Essex. 

Mary. 

Grobye. 

Grobye. 

^  I 

Dorothey  da.  &  heire  ux.  Will  Selbye 
sonne  to  Sr  John  Selby  of  Kent,  Knight. 


76 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


jMapnarti* 


Nicholas  Maynard" 
of  Devonshire. 


"Margerett  da.  to 
Ellis  of  Devon. 


Robert  Parratt.=j=Margerett  da.  to  Ireland 
of  Hartfordshire. 


Margerett  eldest  sister 
&  coheire  to  Sr  Raffe 
Rowlett  of  St.  Albones. 


=pJohn 


Maynard  of  St.  Albones=pDorothey  da.  to 


in  Hartfordshire  Shrieve  of 
London  1552. 


Robert  Parratt. 


Elizabeth  da.  to==Raphe  Maynard" 
J ohn  Bridges  of  of  St.  Albones 
liondon  1  wiffe.  in  Hartfordsh. 


"Margery  da. 
to  Robart 
Seley  of 
St.  Albons. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  Henrey 
Barnes  of 
London. 


Dorothey  mar.  to 
[Sr  Robt.  Clarke 
Kt.  Barron  of 
Exchequer.] 


Raphe  Maynard  son  &  heire. 


Sr  Henrey  Maynard" 
of  Littell  Esthow 
(?  Easton)  in  Essex. 


"Suzanna  2  da.  &  coheire  to  Wm.  Personne 
gent,  usher  of  the  Starre  chamber. 


Frauncis  sole  da.  to=Sr  William  Maynard  Kl  &  Baronett=Anne  only  da.  &  heire 
William  Lord  Caven-  L.  Maynard  of  Wicklowe  in  Ireland  to  Sr  Anthoney  Eve- 
dishe  Earle  of  Devon.  [1620  and  baron  of  Estaynes  in  rard  of  Essex. 

Essex]. 

{The parts  within  brackets  are  additions.) 


jHeautts. 

Crest  and  Arms  of  Meautis. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Motto. — “Par  baen  servyer.” 

John  Meautis  of  Grenegate  by  Leaden  Hall 
in  London  came  from  Callis  into  England  with 
H^  7  out  of  Normandy  &  was  his  Secretary 
for  the  french  tonge.  =p 


Phillipe  Meautis.=pElizabeth  daght1'  to  ...  .  Foxley  of  Blakeslev 
in  Northamptonshire. 
a 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


77 


I  A 


1  I 

Janne  da.  to  Asteley=pS*  Petter  Meautis=Janne  da.  to 


of  London.  1  w. 


Knight. 


Angersley  of  Sussex 
2  wiffe. 


2  |  3  | 

John  Phillip 
2  sonne.  3  sonne. 


Hercules  Meautis=f=Phillipe  da.  to  Sr  Richard 
3  sonne.  Cooke  of  Geddy  Hall  in  Essex. 


Fraunces  ux.  Henrey  Howard 
Yiscount  Bindon. 


Sr  Thomas  Meautis 
Kt.  1614. 


.Janne  uxor  Sr  William 
Cornwallis  Kt. 


Francis  ux.  1st  to  .  .  .  .  Sewte 
(?  Swete)  sonne  to  Tho.  Sewte 
2fl  to  ye  E.  of  Sussex. 


I 


Frederick  Cornwallis  son  &  heire. 


1  I 

Henrey  Meautis  of  Westham= 
in  Essex. 


:Anne  da.  to  Sr  John  Jarmyn  of  Britwall 
Hall  in  Suffolk  Kt. 


2  I 

Thomas 
2  sonne. 


Henrey  =pMary  da.  to  Edward  Petter  Meautis=p Janne  da.  to 


1 


Meautis 
2  sonne. 


Heare  of  Horley  in 
Surrey. 


3  sonne. 


Henrey  Meautis  &  Edmond 
2  sonne. 


John  Coult 
of  Sussex. 

Petter  Meautis. 


Margerett  uxor 
Thomas  Will- 
sonne. 


1 


Thomas  Meautis  of=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  Sr  Henrey  Coningesby  of  North 


Westham  1614. 


Mymes  Kt. 


Henrey  Meau 
of  Westham. 


•Elizabeth  da. 

Edmound= 

=Mary  d.  & 

Anne  uxor 

Thomas. 

to  Sr  William 

Meautis 

coheire  to 

Wm.  3 

— 

Glover  of 

2  sonne. 

Doctor 

sonne  to 

Phillipe. 

London  Kt. 

John 

Sr  Wm. 

— 

Farmor. 

Glover 

John. 

Kt. 

— 

= 

- 

Elizabeth. 

Frauncis. 

Henrey  Anne. 
Meautis. 


Judeth  ux.  Edward  Brood 
of  Dumlen  Parke  in  War¬ 
wickshire. 


Sara  ux.  Thomas 
Coven  trey  of 
Crome  in  Warw. 


Anne  to  John 
Burnel  of 
London. 


78 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


JHUtmtap* 


Arms  of  Mildmay,  Rouse,  and  Cornish. — As  in  the  Vis.  of  1612. 


Included  in  Pedigree  of  fHtl&ntag  in  Yis.  of  1612,  except  the  issue  of  Sir 
Walter  Mildmay  of  Sabridgworth,  which  is  thus  given : — 


Sr  Walter  Mildmay  2d  sonne=pMargaret  sister  to  Sr 
buried  at  Sabridgworth  12  Wm  Walgrave  Relict 
May  1606.  Edward  Wyatt. 


Sr  Thomas  Mildmay  of  Sabridgeworth  in=j=Anne  da.  &  heire  to  Doctor  Lake  of 


Hertfordshire. 


Smerden  in  Kent. 


Mai-y  ux.  Edm.  Bradshaw  of  Joan.  Walter  Mildmay  Thomas 
St.  Dogmales  in  Pembrokesh.  son  &  heire.  2  sonne. 


And  states  Sir  Walter’s  father’s  third  son  Henry  to  have  been  manned  to  Joanne 
da.  to  Sir  Giles  Alington  relicta  Thomas  Browne. 


ifilonoujc.  . 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  chevron  sable  between  three  oak  leaves  vert  as  many  bezants,  on 
a  chief  gules  a  martlet  between  two  anchors  of  the  first.  [Monoux.] 

Crest. — A  turtle  dove  azure  winged  or,  holding  in  the  beak  an  oak  stalk  vert  acorned 
or.  [Monoux.] 

John  Monoux  of  Stannford  in  co.  Worst er.=f= 


Humfrey  Monoux. =p  diuers  others  vide  plus  next  Pedigree. 


John  Monoux.=j=.  .  .  .  Rowland  Monoux.  Richard  Monoux  of  London  salter.=p 


Margery  Anne  uxor  Ursulow  ux. 

ux.  John  Nicholas  John  El- 

Robyns.  Taylor.  rington. 


George.  A  da.  m.  William  Elizabeth  1  ux.  Ed.  Denney  of  Hoe  in  Norlf. 
Woodall  of  Essex.  2  to  Robart  Dacres  of  Hartfordshire. 


Elizabeth  Sr  George  Monoux  Kt 

ux.  Humf.  lord  Maior  &  Alderman 

Fox.  of  London.  =p 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


79 


Li 

Thomas  Monoux.=pAnne  da.  to  Turberville  of  Dorsetshire. 


William  Monoux  George  Monoux=j=Elizabeth  d.  to  Anne  uxor  Thomas  Car- 
ob.  s.p.  of  Walthamstow  John  lord  Mor-  penter  of  Gloscestershire. 

in  Essex.  daunt.  =p 


Humfrey=rAnne  da.  to  Edward  Walgrave  of 


Monoux. 


Lawford  in  Essex. 


Richard  Margerett.  Anne. 
Carpenter. 


1  1  1 
George. 

Douglas 

Janne  da.= 

1 

Lewes  =pElizabeth  da.  & 

1 

Anne 

1  1 

Eliza- 

— 

ux.  Ha- 

to  Henrey 

Monoux 

coheire  to  Tho- 

uxor 

beth. 

Walgrave. 

veil  Fick- 

Birche  2 

of  Bed- 

mas  Walshe  of 

John 

— 

Humfrey. 

man. 

wiffe. 

fordshire. 

Sussex. 

Birche. 

Lucey 

Humfrey  Monoux  2.  Thomas.  Frauncis.  Elizabeth.  Margerett. 
son  &  heire.  —  — 


3.  William.  Anne. 


jHonoujc. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms  as  in  the  last  pedigree. 

John  Monoux  of  Stanford  in  com.  Wors ter. 


Humfrey  Monoux.^ 


George  Monoux  Alderman  &  Lord  Maior  of  London.-p 


1  1 

John  Monoux  Rowland= 

1 

=  George  = 

=  Robert  Dacres= 

of  Waltham-  Monoux. 

Monoux 

of  Chesthunt 

stow  in  Essex. 

son  & 

in  Hartford. 

Yide  plus 

heire. 

last  pedigree. 

Elizabeth 
ux.  Sr 
Thomas 
Denney 
of  How 
in  North 

I 


I 

_ ux. 

Will’m 
Wood- 
hall  of 
Essex. 


Richard  Anne. 
Monoux  — 
son  &  heire.  Joanne. 


Alice.  William  George  Dacres  John  Denney  of  How 
Monoux  of  Hartford.  in  North 
ob.  s.p. 


80 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


I  I 

John  Monoux  &  Thomas  ob.  s.p.  Henrey  Monoux.= 


I 


Richard  Monoux. 


T 


ffliHatbmon. 


Alice  ux.  George  Alita  (?)  ux.  Elianor  ux.  Hughe  Roger  Monoux. 

Warburton.  Roger  Toveye.  Saye.  =p 

=r  _ T _ if  _ I 


Sage. 

George  War-  Thomas  William  Christian  ux.  Petter  Anne  ux.  John 
Tovye.  Saye.  Yanoke. 


burton. 


Ware  of  Bristow. 


Petter  Saye. 


Anne. 


Nicholas  Warre. 


Me 


James  Monoux.: 


I 


Richard  Monoux.=p  Humfrey.  William.  John.  Thomas. 


II  I 

Thomas  Monoux  William  George  3 

son  &  heire.  2  sonne.  sonne. 


I  I  I 

Elizabeth.  Margery.  Margerett. 


jlortiauiit,  JHortiant. 

Included  in  Yis.  1612,  but  makes  Edmond  son  of  George  the  4th  son  to  John 
Lord  Mordant  of  Turvey,  by  Cecilia,  da.  &  heir  to  Harding  of  Harding  in  com. 
Beds. 

Same  Crest  and  Arms  of  six  quarterings. 


jR  organ. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Sable,  three  lions  passant  argent.  [ 

2.  Sable,  three  sinister  mailed  hands  or.  [  ]  3.  Gyronny  of  eight 

or  and  azure,  and  or  an  inescutcheon  argent.  [Lydon  or  Landon.]  4.  Quar¬ 
terly  or  and  gules,  in  the  first  quarter  a  lion  passant  azure.  [ 

5.  Or,  three  eagles  displayed  azure.  [  ]  6.  Gules,  three  bars 

gobony  argent  and  sable  [  ],  impaling  quarterly  of  six — 1  and  2  as 

1  and  2  in  coat  under  Morgan  No.  1  in  Vis.  1612.  3.  As  2  and  3  in  fourth 

quarter  of  that  coat.  4.  Azure  a  cross  argent,  in  dexter  chief  and  sinister  base 
a  dagger  of  the  first.  [  ]  5.  Or,  two  lions  passant  gides.  [ 

6 . 

Crkst. — As  No.  1  in  Vis.  of  1612,  without  the  difference. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


81 


mourn*. 

Sr  John  Woulphe 


of =p  Anne  da.  &  heire  to  John 


Wolphes  Newtown  in 
com.  Pembroke. 


Ernwolphe  brother 
Robert  Ernwolphe. 


to 


Sr  John  Woulphe=pSibell 
of  Woulphes 
Newtown. 


da.  to  Sr  Gilbert 
Wallys  Kt.  Arms. — Cheky 
o.  and  s.  on  a  fesse  g.  3  leopds. 
heads  or. 


I  I  I 

David  Sr  Nicholas  Ciceley  ux. 
ob.  Woulphe.  John 
s.p.  =f=  Huntley 


I  I 

Adam  William  Woulphe- 
died  of  Woulphe 
younge.  1  sone. 


:Elianor  da.  &  h. 
to  Gwaryonge 
Goche  lord  of 
Gozhen.  Arms. 
— Per  pale  b.  and 
s.  3  fleurs  de  lis  or. 


Sr  Robart 
W  oulphe 
of  Pem- 
brokesh. 


Sr  Petter=p. 
le  Sore 
Lord  of 
Sfc  Fag- 


gan. 


da. 
to  William 
Fleminge 
L.  of  S* 
Georges. 


William  Woulphe  of=pJoaniie  da.  &  h.  to  Tho.  Sr  Maye  le  Sore=j=Mawlde  da.  &  h. 


Woulphs  towne  & 
Gwaren  goche. 


Lydon  or  Landon  of 
Landdewy. 


lord  of  Sl  Fag- 
gan. 


to  Phillipe  Hunt- 
ley. 


William  Woulphe  of  Woulphs  towne=f=Gwenllyan  da.  &  coheire  to  Sr  Morgan 

'  Maye  le  sore.  Wolphe. 


&  Gwarengoche. 


I  I  I 

John  Woulphe=pEllen  da.  &  coh.  to  Liu.  ap  Howell  Williams  slayne  Anne  dyed 
of  Gwarengoche.  Hen.oftheComotteinBrekenokshr.  in  the  wares.  yonge. 


25at*8« 

Gerrard  de  Barry.  Arms. — Gules,  3  bars- 

compony  argent  and  sable. 


Sr  Thomas  de  Barry=pda.  &  coheire  to  Sr  William  de- 
Knight.  Walter  Pedwarden.  Barry. 


Richard  de 
Barry. 


John  de  Barry  of= 
Monmouth 


Mawde  da.  &  sole  heire  ux.  Guillm  Lloyd  Gunter 
L.  of  Gunterston. 


Richard  Howell  Woulphe=f=Isabell  da.  to  Jefferey  Ciceley  a  nun  John  de=p 


ob.  s.p.  of  Gwarengoch. 


Powell  Vaughan  Esq.  at  Uske. 


Barre. 


I  I  I 

Margarettux.  Gunter  of  Morgan  Woulphe  of =pGwenllian  da.  &  h.  to  John  de 


Llan  y  Hangell. 


Garden  Goche. 


Barre  of  Monmouthshr. 


m 


82 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


I  A 


John  Morgan  Wolphe  of  William  Morgan=j=  M argarett  da.  to  Thomas  Sarjaunt 


Waltham  Holy  Cross.  Wolphe. 

of  Caldicott. 

Morgan  Williams.= 

j=  Rees  Morgan  Woulphe  m.  David  Morgan  Wolphe. 

da.  &  h.  to  Trergairoge.  =p 

1  1  1 

Lewis  Morgan.  Henrey  Morgan.  Morgan  ob.  s.p. 

William  Morgan  of  Cal-=j=Mary  da.  to 
licott.  Cryynde. 


r 


i 


i 

Richard  Morgan=p  Julian 
Wolphe.  Bleddyn. 


I 


Edward  Robert  William  Morgan  Margerett  Margery  ux.  Margarett 

Morgan.  Morgan.  Woulphe  of  Gwarn-  ux.  John  George  Lewis  ux.  John 

goche  1582.  Morgan.  of  S‘  Peore.  Morgan. 


Phillips  Morgan  Woulphe 
gent.  Usher  to  H.  8.  2 
sonne. 


I 


Davia^forgan=pMawde  da.  to  Thomas  Williams 
Lo.  of  Trehelyn.  Arms. — P. 

pall  o.  and  b.  a  lyon  ramp.  a. 
suportiny  a  .  .  . 


Woulphe  of 
Abergaveny. 


I 


Hughe  Robert.  Morgan  sone  of  Phillips=j=. ...  da.  to  Hassolde(?)  of  Coventry. 
Morgan. 


Julius  Morgans 


John  2d  sonne.  Walter  Morgan=j=Janne  da.  to  ...  . 


3d  sonne. 


Warren. 


I 

Henrey  Morgan. 


I 


Mildred. 


Thomas  ap  Dd.  Morgan  Woulphe.=pElizabeth  da.  to  Wm  Goch  al’s  Benett. 

_ | _ 

I  II 

Walter  Morgan  Woulphe  Edward  Mor-  John  Morgan  W  oulphe=Suzanna  da.  to  Sr 
2d  sone  mar.  the  da.  &  h.  gan  3d  sonne.  server  to  Q.  Elizabeth.  John  Vaughan  of 
to  Wm  Morgan.  Whit-land  Knight. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


83 


jHonjan. 

(No.  2.) 

Crest  and  Arms  as  No.  2  in  Yis.  1612. 


Morgan  of  Bardfield.=p.  ...  da.  of  ....  in  Essex. 


John  Morgan  of=p  Joanne  da.  &  heire  to 


Bardfeilde  in 
Essex. 


Rich.  Copcott  of 
Buckinghamshire. 


Richard  Morgan  Mr  of= 
the  Artes  &  of  Devinity 
in  Oxford. 


Hugh  Morgan  of  London=da.  &  coheire 
appoty  to  Q.  Eliz.  &  of  the  to  Sibells  of 
household ob.  16 12  aet.  103.  Kent,  ob.  s.p. 


John  Morgan  of=p Alice  da.  to 


littell  Holing- 
burey  in  Essex. 


Sibthorpe. 


Robart  Morgan  of  Littell=pElizabeth  da.  to  Richard  Lyffe  by  his 


Holingbury  in  Essex. 


wilfe  daugh.  to  Forster  of  Salop. 


Margery  ux.  Edmond  Haye.  Abell  son  &  heire.  Elizabeth. 


JHortte. 

Included  in  Yis.  of  1612. 
Crest  and  Arms  as  in  Vis.  of  1634. 


jtflouittcftensep. 

(See  OTaltiegrafoe  No.  1.) 

Herbert  de  Mountchensey  Lord  of  Edwardston  in=j= 
com.  Suffolke  temp.  Wm.  Conqueror.  j 

Warren  de  Mountchensey  temp.  H.  l.=p 

A| 


84 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


_ £_l 

I 

Harbart  de  Mountehensey.=pM uriell  da.  to  Petter  de  Yalloins. 

I 


William  de  Mountchensey.=pda.  to  Wm.  Lord  Albaney  Earle  of  Arundell. 


chensey  of  Ed- 
mondston  2  sonne. 


=Beatrice 

William= 

=da.  &  h.  to 

William  de= 

da.  to 

Creake. 

William 

Mount- 

Beau¬ 

champ. 

Moyne. 

chensey. 

K‘. 

Wm.  de 
Marshall 
Earle  of 
Pembroke. 


William  Mount-- 
cheney  of 
Edmondeston. 


Sr  Edmond= 
Vauncye 


=d.  &  h.  to 
William 


William  de  Mount-=pDyonysia  da.  & 


chensey  of  Swans- 
combe  in  Kent. 


heire  to  Nicho¬ 
las  de  Avesshye. 


Sr  Thomas  Mountcheney= 
of  Edmondston  Knight. 


=da.  &  heire  to  Sr  Edmond 
Vauncye  Kt. 


Dyonicia  d.  &  h.  ux. 
Hugo  de  Veere  obiit  s.p. 


Jane  d.  &  heire  ux.  Sr  Richard  Walgrave  Kb 


JHountfort,  Jflountforti. 


Arms. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612,  without  the  inescutcheon. 


John  Mountford  of  Brawdley^ Joanne  da.  to  John  Clinton 
in  com.  Stafford.  of  Colishull. 


Baldwine  Mountford=j=Margerett  d.  to  John 
of  Beawdlev.  |  Clinton  of  Maxstocke. 


John, 
Thomas, 
Baldwyn, 
ob.  s.p. 


Margerett  d.  to= 
John  Peeke  of 
Hampton. 


=William= Joanne  d. 
Mount-  William 
ford.  Aldridge. 


to 


Margarett. 


John  2  son. 

Richard 
ob.  s.p. 


Bald wine= Joanne  sister 
Mount-  j  to  Sr  Richard 
ford.  Vernon  Knt. 


A 


Ellen  uxor 
Sr  Mauris 
Barkeley 
Knt. 


Joanne  1  ux.  Raff 
Brosbrid  2  to 
Edward  Bromflett. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


85 


I 

Robert  =Marye  da. 


Mount- 
ford. 


&  heire  to 

Leonard 

Stapleton. 


_A_I 

n  i 

2.  Richard. 

3.  William. 

4.  Thomas. 


Sr  Simound=Anne  da.  to  Alice. 

Mountford  Sr  Richard  — 

Kt.  Verney  of  Sibell. 

attaynted.  Hartfordsh. 

Kt. 


Katheren  d.  &  heire  ux.  George 
Boothe  of  Dunham  in  com.  Chester. 


Thomas  Mount-=pElizabeth  da.  to  Sr  John 


ford. 


Greseley  Kt. 


Simond  Mountford.=pdau.  to  Sr  Rafife  Langford  Kt. 


Francis  Mountford. 


Edmond  Mountford=j=Sibell  da.  to  Wood  of  Wood  John  3  sonne 
2  sonne.  I  haye  in  Warr. 


Alice  da.  to=Thomas  Mount-=-Agnis 
Thomas  ford  of  Radwin-  d.  to 
Coots  of  ter  in  Essex.  Trigge 
Radwinter  of  Ro- 

in  Essex  bartes. 

1  wiffe. 


Julian  uxor 
John  New¬ 
port  of 
Welton  in 
Northamp¬ 
tonshire. 


Margery 
ux.  Geo. 
Holton. 

Mary  ux. 
Pagett. 


Clement  Mount¬ 
ford  of  Evesam 
mar.  Silvester 
da.  to  ...  . 
Carville. 


Simond  Mountford  Edward  2  Thomas  3  Alice.  Elizabeth.  John  Mountford 
son  &  heire.  sonne.  sonne.  4  sonne. 


JiagUngljurst. 

Arms. — Quarterly.  Gules,  a  cross  engrailed  or.  [Naylinghurst.]  2  and  3.  Argent, 
on  a  lend  double  cotised  sable  three  eagles  displayed  of  the  first.  [Browne.] 

Clement  Naylingherst  of  Much  Badow  in  Essex  gent.=j= 


James  Nay-=f=Margery  da.  Hugh  2  Alexander.  Elizabeth  to  ...  . 
linghurst.  I  to ...  .  sonn.  Baldwyne. 


Rauffe  Naylingherst= Elizabeth  da.  to  John  Browne  of  Edward  Richard 
of  Much  Baddow.  Whightredings  (White  Roding)  in  2  sonne.  3  sonne. 
Essex. 


86 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


(See  ©artttStOtt  in  Yis.  of  1612.) 


#trf)oIs,  JlidjoUs. 


Asms. — Argent,  on  a  chevron  between  three  wolves'  heads  erased  sable,  on  a  canton  of 
the  second  a  pheon  of  the  first.  [Nichols.] 

Crest. — A  squirrel  sejant  argent,  holding  in  his  paws  a  pheon  sable.  [Nichols.] 

Pfanscome* 

John  Hanscome  al’s  Hanskame  cossen  &  heire  to  Raphe  Frauncis.=j= 

I 

John  Nicholes.=p Alice  da.  to  John  Hanscom  al’s  Hanskam. 


John  Nicholes  of  Safern=pMargery  da.  to  ...  .  Turner 


Walden  in  Essex. 


of  Safern  Walden. 


Thomas  Nicholes= Joanne  da.  to 


of  Badbarham  in 
Cambridgeshire. 


Nicholas  Thuro- 
googe  (?Thoro- 
good)  of  Hai’t- 
fordshire. 


I  I 

George  Nicholes=Mary  d.  &  Amabell  ux. 
of  Saffron  [  heire  to  Thomas 

Walden.  |  Steward  of  Herydauer. 

London. 


John  Nicholas. 


I  I 

George  Nicholes  son  &  heire  Maryon. 
of  Littleburye. 


^argcter. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612,  but  states  the  wife  of  Sir  Thomas  to  be  Anne,  da.  to 
Jo.  Tolemache  of  Bentley  in  Suff.  Esq.,  and  that  Thomas,  son  and  heir  to  Thomas, 
was  living  in  1614. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


87 


garter. 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  fifteen.  1.  Argent,  a  lion  passant  gules  between  two  bars  sable 
charged  with  three  bezants.  2,  1,  in  chief  three  stags'  heads  cabossed  of  the 
third.  [Parker,  Lord  Morley.]  2.  Or,  two  bars  nebulee  gules.  [Lovell.] 
3.  Holland.  4.  Zouch  of  Ashby.  5.  Gules,  seven  mascles  conjoined,  or, 
3,  3,  1.  [Quincy.]  6.  Argent,  a  fess  dancette  between  ten  billets  sable. 
[Deincourt.]  7.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  sable  crowned  or.  [Burnell]. 

8.  Barry  of  six  argent  and  azure,  a  bend  gules.  [Grey  of  Rotheiifield." 

9.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  sable  crowned  or.  [Morley.]  10.  [Marshall." 
11.  Azure,  a  fess  between  three  lions' faces  or.  [De  la  Poole.]  12.  Argent . 
on  a  bend  gules  cotised  sable  three  pairs  of  wings  of  the  first.  [Wingfield.] 
13.  Quarterly,  gules  and  azure,  a  lion  rampant  argent.  [Newport.]  14. 
Argent,  a  fess  between  three  crescents  sable  [Tettbye.]  15.  Argent,  on  a 
cross  gules,  argent  five  wolves'  heads  of  the  field.  [Lee.] 

Crest. — A  demi  bear  salient  sable  muzzled  gules.  [ 


William  Parker=p 
Knight 


iSartug. 

Henrey  =j=Thomazin  da.  to  John 
Marney.  Arundell  of  Lanheron. 


Henrey  Parker=j=dau.  to  Sr  John 


L.  Morley. 


St.  John  Kt. 


Thomas=pKatheren 
Bonham.  Marney. 


I 

John  Lord  Marney  mar. 
Christian  da.  to  Sr  Roger 
Neughborow  Kt. 


Sr  Henrey  Parker 
he  died  before  his 
father. 


:da.  &  heire 
to  .... 
Newporte. 


John  Baring-=pda.  to  Thomas 
ton  of  Baring- 
ton  in  Essex. 


Bonham  by  Kath. 
da.  to  Henrey 
Marney. 


I 

Sr  Walter 
Bonham 
Knt.  son 
&  heire. 


Henrey  L.  Alice  da.  to  Sr=pSr  Thomas  Barrington  of=j=Winifred  da.  &  coheire 


Parker. 


Henrey  Parker 
Kt. 


Barrington  in  Essex  made 
Kt.  a0  1571. 


to  Henrey  Poole  L. 
Montague. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Ed-  Henrey  Barrington  Sr  Frauncis  =j=Jonne  da.  to  Katheren. 


ward  Harrys  of 
Southminster. 


2  sonne. 


Barrington  K. 
&  baronett. 


Sr  Henrey 
Cromwell  Kt. 


Sr  Frauncis  Harris  Robert  Bar  ring  ton=Doro  they  da.  to  Sr  Thomas  Eden 
Kt.  ,  2  sonne.  widow  to  Barrett. 


Sr  Thomas  Barrington=j=Fraunces  d.  &  h.  to  John 
Kt.  son  &  heire.  Gobert. 


I  I 

John  3  sonne. 
Frauncis  4  sonne. 


I 

Winifred. 


I  I. 

Frauncis  Barington  sonne  &  heire.  John. 


88 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


$arim*  of  jm  »au. 
barker  of  stjenffei*. 

NOS.  1  AND  2. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


}Danatt. 

{See  flaparti.) 


$3astall. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  a  chevron  azure  on  a  chief  of 
the  second  three  mullets  or.  [Kebyll.]  2.  Argent,  three  bars 
azure,  over  all  a  bend  gules.  [  ]  3.  A  chevron  between 

three  escallops  sable.  [ 

2.  Argent,  a  chevron  engrailed  gules,  on  a  chief  azure  three 
mullets  or  [Kebyll],  impaling  quarterly,  1  and  4,  argent, 
three  bars  azure,  over  all  a  bend,  engrailed  gules.  [ 

2  and  3.  A  chevron  between  three  escallops  sable.  [ 


John  Pascall  of  Much  Badow=pMargery. 
in  com.  Essex. 


J  ohn  Paschall  of  Much=pMarye  da.  to  Edmond  Noke 


Beddow  in  Essex. 


of  Kinges  Hatfeild  in  Hart- 
fordshire. 


BlaRe. 

John=j=Anne  da.  &  heire 
Blake,  to  Rawsonn. 


John  Pas-=pMary  da.  to  George 
chall  of  Much  Kebyll  of  New  Bottell 
Beddow.  in  Northampton. 


William  Paschall  of=f=Anne  da.  to  John  Blake 
South  Hanningfeild  of  Bassetts  in  littell 
2  sonne  of  John.  Baddow  in  Essex. 


John  Bennett  Robert  Thomazyne. 

Paschall.  2  sonne.  3  sonne. 


John  William  Anne. 

Paschall.  2  sonne.  — 


Elizabeth. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


89 


of  ^outij  ftantngfielti. 

A  tabular  Pedigree  included  in  the  above  Pedigree,  and  taken  from  the  Vis. 
of  1552. 


patoitc. 

C See  3ScUell.) 


Pertc. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


$ctrt,  fetter. 


Crest  and  Arms  of  Petre. — As  in  Vis.  1612. 

[Sr  John  Peter  Knt.  created  Lo.  Peter  of  Writtle  by  K.  James  1603,  obi j t  1613 
buryed  at  Ingestone  in  Essex.] 


John  Petter  of  Torbrean=p Joanne, 
in  Devonshire. 


John  Petter  of  Tor brian=p  Alice  da.  to  John  Collinge  of  Woodland 
in  com.  Devon.  in  com.  Devon. 


John  Petter 
2  sonne. 


I 


Gertride  da.  to  Sr=j=Sr  William  Petter  Knight=pAnne  da.  to  Wm.= John  Terrell 


John  Terrell 
Warley  Kt. 


of 


Chancelor  &  Secretary  for 
the  garter. 


Browne  Maior  of 
London  Knight. 


of  Heron. 

1  husband. 


Dorathey  ux.  Nich.  Wadame  sonne  of 
JohnWadam  of  Meryfeild  in  Somerset¬ 
shire. 


Elizabeth  ux.  John  Gostwick  sonne 
of  William  of  Willington  in  co. 
Bedford. 

A 


N 


90 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


±J 


Sr  John  Petter  Knt.=pMary  da.  to  Sr  Edward  Thomazyn  uxor  Lod-  Katheren  ux. 


1576  Lord  Petter  of 
Writtle  in  Essex. 


Walgrave  Kt.  ob.  11  wich  Greville  of  Wil-  John  Talbott 
August  1605.  cotts.  of  Grafton. 


William  Petter  Lord  Petter 
of  Writtle. 


=Katheren  da.  to  Edward  Somer-  John 
sett  E.  of  Worster.  2  sonne. 


I 

Thomas 
3  sonne. 


[  Robert  Petter  sonne=da.  to  Anthony  Browne  Will’m  2  sonn.  Edward  4  sonne. 
&  heire.  Lo.  Montacute.  —  — 

John  3  sonn.  Henrey. 

George. 


!  I  III 

John  ob.  s.p.  Septem.  Elizabeth  mar.  to  Mary. 

1612  at  5  years  of  Sheldon  of  Beley  — 

age.  ar.  Katheren. 

Anne  ob.  s.p.  ] 

(The  parts  within  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


$ett. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


fhlimoto. 

{See  j&tratigman.) 


pouncett, 

George  Pouncett  of  North  Barrow=p 
in  com.  Somersett. 


Will’m  Pouncett  of=f  daughter  to  Stafford. 
North  Barrow. 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


91 


Aj 

Thomas  Pouncett  of  Locks  ford  (Loxford)=j=Elizabeth  da.  to 


in  Barkinge  in  com.  Essex. 

Lathom  of  London. 

Thomas  Pouncett=da.  to  Martha  da.  to=j 

of  Haveringe.  Springe.  Mathias  Dol¬ 

man  of  Lon¬ 
don  gent. 

pHenrey  Pouncettp 
of  Lockford 
(Loxford). 

pBridgett  da.  to 
Thomas 

Kigheley  of 
Grayes  in  Essex. 

'll  1  II  3 

Martha.  Mary.  Elizabeth.  Thomas  Pouncett.  William  and 

George. 

Hunnice  Pouncett  of^pda.  to  Wood. 
Chaulden  in  Surrey.  I 


Thomas  Pouncett. 


i&toer. 

{See  Brockman,  Vis.  of  1612.) 


Nicholas  Poyntez=pElizabeth  da.  to  Henrey 
ob.  39  H.  6.  Hussey  of  Sussex. 


John  Poyntez. 


Jane  uxor  Wm.  Dodington 
of  Woodlands. 


Henrey  Poyntez.=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  Baldwyne. 


Will’m  Povntez  of=pElizabeth  sister 


North  Woken  ton 
(i.e.  Okendon)  in 
com.  Essex.  A 


to  John  Shawe 
Maior  of  London. 


I  ©kcckc. 

Beautrix  ux.  John 
Cheeke  of  Debnam. 


92 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


I 


A| 


»  I 


I 


John  Poyntez=da.  to  Issache  Thomas  Poyntez=p Agnes  da.  & 


ob.  s.p.  A0 

of  Bucking- 

of  North 

heire  to  Calba  Cheeke 

1548. 

hamshire. 

Wokenton. 

a  German.  of 

Geroney  of  8 

Debnam 

o.  &  b. 

Robert=da.  to 
Richard 
Craford. 


Gabrell  Poyntez= 
of  North 
Wokenton. 


: Audrey  da.  to  Fardenando= Elizabeth 
Petter  Cuttes  Poyntez  d.  to  Sau- 

widow  to  2  sonne.  ren  John- 

Rauffe  Lathom.  sonne  of 

Flintshire. 


Robert 
3  sonne. 


Suzanna  uxor 
Sr  Richard 
Saltanstall 
Knt.  Maior 
of  London. 


Thomas  Poyntez  Sr  John  Morris  al’s  Pointz=pKatheren  dau.  &  heire 
ob.  s.p.  of  South  Okenden  Knt.  I  to  Gabrell  Poyntes. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Wm.  Duncombe  sonne  to 
Sr  Edward  Duncombe  of  Badlesdon,  Kt. 


Prrntts. 

{See  Harris.) 


lirtntts. 

Arms. — Per  chevron  or  and  sable,  three  greyhounds  courant  counlerchanged. 


$prton. 

Arms  (2  shields). — Ermine,  on  a  chevron  engrailed  azure  three  leopards'  heads  or. 
[Pyrton.] 

2.  Quarterly.  1.  Pyrton.  2.  Paly  of  six  argent  and  vert. 
[Langley.]  3.  Argent ,  on  a  fess  engrailed  between  three 
wolves  passant  sable  as  many  boars'  heads  covped  close  of  the 
last.  [Salford.]  4.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  gules  between  three 
lozenges  azure  as  many  martlets  or.  [Welbeck.] 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


93 


John  Pyrton  of  Essex.=p 


Sr  William  Pyrton  captayn  of  Guisnes  =j= 


William  Pyrton  of  Essex.=pda.  &  heire  to  Langley. 


William  Pyrton.=pAgnes  da.  to  John  Margaret  d.  to  William  Pyrton  of  Dixwell 
I  Timperley.  in  Hertfordsh.  md  William  Roberts  of 

Little  braxsted  in  Essex.  (Continued  as 
in  Yis.  1612.  See  l&OfcCttB  in  that  Vis.) 


Sr  William=pMargerett  d.  & 
Pyrton  Knt.  heire  to  Wm. 
Salford. 


Katheren  uxor 
Thomas  Shering- 
ton  of  Cranworth. 


Agnes  uxor=j= 
Bishope. 


£dward= 

Pyrton. 


:dau.  to  Tho. 
Lord  Darcey 
of  Chiche. 


Katheren  uxor 
George  Knightly 
of  Essex  ob.  s.p. 


Henrey 

Bishope 


Elizabeth  mar.  first  to  Sr  Anthony  Browne  of 
Weldehall  in  com.  Essex  Kt.  2d  to  .  .  .  . 
Latham  esquire. 


Anthony  Elizabeth  ux. 
Bishope.  Henrey  Boode. 


Henrey  Boode.  Parnell. 


©uarlcs. 

Crest  and  Arms  as  in  Vis.  of  1634. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  1612,  but  gives  Alice  and  ....  Cope  a  daughter,  Dorothy, 
wife  of  Matthew  Somerscalls,  and  makes  Martha  da.  of  Janne,  wife  of  Sr  Cope 
Doyley,  son  to  John  Doyley  of  Cheselhampton  in  Oxfordshire,  and  Mary  her  sister, 
wife  of  John  Browne  of  Tolthorp  in  com.  Rutland,  Armiger  (this  is  an  addition), 
and  makes  Charles  6  sonne  of  Francis,  husband  of  Magdalen  Browne,  and  Judeth 
his  daughter,  wife  of  Christopher  Tod  de  Ufford,  and  Mary  his  daughter,  wife  of 
Christopher  Crossley  of  the  parish  of  Sleaford  in  com.  Lincoln,  ux.  2  ;  and  gives 
Charles  his  son  and  heire  a  wife  “  Anne  da.  of ...  .  Butler  of  Lincolnshire  &  sister 
of  Edward  Butler  now  liveinge  1637  ”  (these  of  course  are  additions). 

The  descent  of  Francis  Quarles  and  Dorcas  Doyley  is  thus  continued  in  a  note 
interleaved,  and  in  a  later  hand  : — 

Francis  Quarles  of  Ufford=pDorcas  2  da.  to  John  Doyley  of 


in  com.  North  ton  a°  1637. 

Cheselhampton  in  com. 

Oxford. 

1.  Francis  Quarles=j=Anne  da.  of  Jay  2.  John  Quarles  =pye  da.  of  John 

of  Oxford  son  &  h. 

of  Holson  in  Norff.  2  son  Archdeacon 

Beacon  of 

juxta  Norwich.  of  Northampton. 

Norfolk. 

A 

B 

c 

94 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


A  | _ _ Bj _  C 


1.  George  Quarles.  1.  Elizabeth.  .John  Quarles.  Eliz.  Another  Another 

—  —  eldest.  eldest  daur.  sonne. 

2.  Francis  Quarles.  2.  Anne.  dar. 

3.  William  Quarles.  3.  Mary. 


3.  George  Quarles  6.  Doyley  Quarles  5.  Robert  Quarles  4.  James  Quarles 
3  of  Gray’s  Inne  6  son,  of  London  5  son,  of  Trinity  of  London  4  sonne. 

Esq.  merchant  1637.  Colledge  in  Camb. 


Katherine  1  da.  wife  to  Doctor  of  2.  Bridgett  Quarles 
Divinitie  John  Hanger  of  Stibinton  unmarried  1637. 
in  com.  Huntingdon. 


Ratcliffe,  Rabcltff. 


Thomas  Ratcliffe  of  Wimbersley  yor  son=p 
to  Richard  Ratcliffe  of  Ratcliffe  Lane. 


I 

Sr  Richard  Ratcliffe  Kt.  of  Wimbersley.: 


I 


I 

Thomas  Ratcliffe  of  Wimbersley=pEllen  da.  &  heire  to  Rich.  Balderston  &  had  the 
in  com.  Lane. 


4th  parte  of  the  land. 


r 


Richard  Ratcliffe  of  Wimbersley .= 


I 

Thomas  Ratcliffe  of  =j=Katharen  sister  to  Richard  Boothe  Bishop  of 
Wimbersley.  Durham. 


I 


Richard  Ratcliffe  of  Wimbersley.=pAnne  d.  &  coh.  to  Sr  Robert  Lawrence  Knight. 

_ _ L _ _ 

I  I 

Thomas  Ratcliflfe=Flsabel  da.  &  co-  Richard  Ratcliflfe=p  ....  da.  to  Curwcn  of 


of  W imbersley. 


heireof  John  But¬ 
ler  of  Ratcliffe. 


of  Wimbersley 
2  sonne. 


Worketon  Castell  in 
Cumberland. 


William  Sr  Gilbert  Ger-=pAnne  da.  &  h. 
Ratcliffe  rard  Kl  Mr  of  to  Tho.  Ratcliffe 
ob.  s.p.  the  Rowles.  of  Wimbersley. 

A  ! 


Richard  Ratcliflfe=p. ...  da.  to  Carle- 
of  Gigilswick  in  ton  of  Carlisle  in 


Yorksh.  s.  &  h. 


Cumberland. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


95 


A| 


B 


Thomas  Lord  Ger-= 
rard  of  Gerrards 
Bromley  1606. 


f 


-Alice  da.  & 
co.  heire  to 
Sr  Tho.  Ry- 
vett  Kb 


John  Ratcliffc= 
of  Chappell  in 
Essex  1614. 


-Anne  da.  to  Tho.  Richard 
Noone  of  Marlte-  2  sonne. 
sham  in  Suff  2 
wife. 


Sr  Gilbert  Gerrard  Knight  of  the  Bath 
Lord  Gerrard  of  Gerrards  Bromley. 


Thomas  Ratcliffe 
son  &  heire. 


I 

Robert. 
2  sonne. 


Henry. 

8  sonne. 


ILijmtott'O. 

Crest  and  Arms  of  Raymond  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


William  Raymond.=p 


William  Raymond. =p 


John  Raymond  of  Little^ 
Dunmow  in  Essex. 


=Margaret  da.  to 
Barker. 


Thomas  Raymond=j= 
2  sonne. 


4  I 

Frances 
4  sonne. 


Robert  Ray-=p  da.  to 


mond  eldest 


son. 


Parker. 


2|  3  | 

George  Ray-=f=Anne  da.  to  Gylles 
mond  of  Thomas  3 

Little  I  Lewis  of  sonne. 

Dunmow.  Essex. 


George 
Raymond 
of  Brayn- 
tree. 


iJ,,1 

Massey  da.= 

1 

=Edward 

Henry  3= 

=Jane  da.  to 

1 

John  Ray- 

— 

to  Staun- 

Raymond 

sonne  of 

John 

mond  son 

Amey. 

Francis 

2  sonne. 

ton  of 
Guildford 
in  Surrey. 

sone  & 
heire  of 
Dunmow. 

Much 

Dun¬ 

mow. 

Perrey  of 
Dunmow 
Priory. 

&  heire. 

m4',L 

Winifred 

1  1  1  1  1 

2.  Samuel. 

Thomas  = 

1  1  1 

=Silvester  Francis  Ray- 

ux.  John 

ux.  Wm. 

— 

Raymond 

da.  to  mond  son  & 

Porter  of 

Bageott 

3.  Daniel. 

of  Dun- 

Gill  of  heire. 

Line. 

brother 

— 

mow 

Eltham  — 

— 

to  Sr 

4.  Edward. 

eldest 

in  Kent.  Richard. 

Mary. 

Tho. 

— 

son. 

— 

Elizabeth. 

Bageott. 

5.  Ezekiel. 

6.  Ambrose. 

Daniel. 

Margaret. 

Priscilla. 

Gylles. 

Austyne. 

TT1 

Mary. 

Anne. 

Ursulow. 


William  died  young. 


Thomas  a  yere  &  half  owld  A0  1614. 


96 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


EagnsfotU 

{And  see  Morrell.) 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  six. — 1.  Gules,  a  chevron  engrailed  between  three  fleurs  de  Us 
argent.  [Raynsford.]  2.  Gules,  six  eagles  displayed  or,  3,  2,  1.  [Brokes- 
burne.]  3.  Argent,  on  a  fess  azure  three  plates  [Weltham],  also  described 
as  Or,  on  a  fess  azure  three  annulets  argent.  4.  Gules,  a  cross  flory  argent. 
[Alford.]  5.  Argent,  a  stork  sable,  legged  gules.  [Starkey.]  6.  As  the 
4th  quarter  in  the  shield  of  Torrell. 

Crest. — A  greyhound  cour ant,  dark  russet,  collared  and  ringed  err.  [Raynesford.] 


Lawrance=j= 
Raynesford. 


BtoKfsfcorne. 

Sr  John  Brokesborne  Knt.=p 

_ I 

Sr  Robert  ( Edward  erased)  Brokes-=fda.  &  heire  to  Robert 
bourne  Knt.  of  Bradfild.  Weltham  of  Suff.  Kt. 


Sr  William  Reynes-=j=Elianor  da.  &  heire  to  Edw.  Brokesbourne 
ford  Kt.  I  Wydow  to  Merbury. 


Sr  Laurance  Reynesford  of  Bradfild  in  Essex  Knt.=j= 


Margarett  Lady  Shaw  2  wiffe- 
widow  to  Sr  Edw.  Shaw  of  Lon. 


Sr  John  Reynes-=i=Anne  da.  &  coheire  to 
ford  Kt.  Sr  Humfrey  Starkey  Kt. 


I  I 

Julian  sister  &  heire  Wenefred  da.  &  heire=Sr  John  Raynes-=da.  &  h.  to  Edw. 
ux.  Sr  Wm.  Walgrave  to  John  Pyne  of  Kent  ford  Knt.  ob.  s.p.  KnevettbyAnne 
of  Smalbridge  Knt.  2  wilfe.  Calthrope. 


Rthlt)’. 

This  Pedigree  refers  only  to  the  Ridleys  of  Cheshire,  and  does  not  shew  any 
connection  with  the  County  of  Essex. 


Rihtoare. 

{See  Cotton.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


97 


Rtitetoon. 

{See  Brockman,  Vis.  of  1612.) 


Roberts. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  but  makes  the  wife  of  William  Roberts  Margaret  da. 
to  William  Pyrton  of  Dixwell,  instead  of  Joane  Perient.  Arms  of  Roberts  the 
same  as  in  that  Yis. 


Rochester. 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  6 — 1,  2,  3,  and  5,  Rochester,  Rochester,  Writtle,  and 
Newton,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612.  4.  Sable,  a  chevron  between  three  sheeps’ 


heads  couped  argent.  [ 
the  first. 

Robert  Rochester  of : 
Tarling  in  Essex  ar. 


]  6.  Argent,  on  a  chief  gules  three  garbs  of 


mxitttw . 

Walter  WrytelD 


I  III 

John  Rochester=FGrissell  da.  &  coheire  to  Lora  da.  &  coheire  Elianor  ux.  James 


of  Tarlinges. 


Walter  Wryttell  2d  to  uxor  John  Wal-  Walsingham  the 
Tho.  West.  grave.  yonger  1462. 


Edward  Walgrave. 


I  a  I 

Sr  Edward  William  Walsingham  mar.  Joyce 

Walsingham.  Denney. 


Sr  Robert  Rochester  Kt.  comp-  William  Roch-=pda.  &  heire  John.  Lowrey  ux 
trailer  of  the  Queens  Majestys  ester  of  Ter- 
household  ob.  s.p.  linge  in  Essex. 


to  Newton. 


John  Wal¬ 
grave. 


Phillipa  nupta  Law.  Baule  of  London.  Griselda  nupta  Javelin  (?)  Jocelin 

2dy  to  Pease. 

I 


Edward  Thomas  John  Joanne=pJohn  Rochester=j=Phillipe  da.  to  Richard 

of  Terlinge.  Whettley.  Arms. — 

;  G.  3  garbes  or. 


Rochester  Rochester  4  sonn.  2  wiffe. 
ob.  s.p.  3  sonn. 


I 

Robert. 


Mary. 


98 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


Elizabetha  ux.  Plesance  Mary  ux. 
Johannes  Fram-  obit  Henrey 

ellings  of  Kent,  virgo.  Saveli. 


A 


Margerett 
uxor  James 
Lord  of 
London. 


Phillipa  ux.  Thomas 
Shawe  of  Terling  2  to 
Christopher  Brocke  of 
Terling. 


Edward  2  sonne 
mar.  ye  dau.  of 
Boulton. 


Emery  Rochester=j=Mary  da 
of  Terlinge. 


to  Anne  ux. 
John  Abell  Thomas 
ofWorminge-  Wybert. 
ford  in  Essex. 


Penthaselea  nupta 
Johans  Bromsall 
de  com.  Hunt. 


Francis. 

Faith. 

Judeth. 


John  mar.  Suzan 
da.  of  Jo.  Darby. 


John. 


Johannes  Rochester =Frauncis  da.  to  Fran’s 
ast.  16,  1585  ob.  s.p.  Stonnar  of  Knowles 
Hill  in  Essex. 


Elizabeth  &  Suzan. 


Russell,  SCmU 

{See  Coolie,  No.  1.) 


t.  Serrnjm 


♦ 


{See  Barnes.) 


i^alte. 

{See  Strongman.) 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


99 


i&m&sf,  panties, 

(No.  1.) 

Arms  of  Sands  quartering  Gerrard,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Sandes  of  Comberland.=j= 

_  I 


William  Sandes  of  Woodham=j=Margerett  da.  &  heire  to 
Ferrers  in  Essex.  John  Gerrard  of  Turney 

(?  Turvey). 


John  Sandes  of  Woodham=f=Elizabeth  da.  to  Sr  Richard 
Ferrers.  Cavendish  of  SufFolke. 


William  Sandes=Anne  da. 
of  Harwice  to  Felton, 
in  Essex. 


I 

Anne  uxor 
Richard 
Cavendishe 
of  Trymley. 


[Edwin  Sands=j=Cisele  da.  to  Thomas 


Bishop  of  Lon. 
Worster  and 
Yorke. 


Willford  of  Haren- 
den  in  Kent  esquire. 
(Hartridge.) 


Sr  Miles  Sands  Kt. 
&  Barronett. 


I 


Sr  Edwine  Sands  of  Mount  J ame 
in  Kente.  (Northborne.)  ] 


Mantis,  ^anhes. 

(No.  2.) 

{See  SHilforb.) 


g>ape. 

{See  JEonoux,  No.  2.) 


Hcott. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  but  George  Scott  is  not  stated  to  have  a  daughter 
Elizabeth. 


100 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Crest  and  Arms  of  Scott  quartering  Swynbourn  and  Drax,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Thomas  Scott  of  Chesterford  in- 
Essex  some  tyme  of  London. 


Thomas  Scott  of  Marlow=F Alice  da.  &  sole  heire  ofWm.  Arlington 


in  com.  Buck  esq. 


of  London  descended  out  of  Yorkshire. 


Wm.  Scott  of  Marlow  in=p Joanna  da.  of  Brigg  Fountaine  of 


com.  Buck  esq. 


Sail  in  com.  Norff.  esqu. 


Elizhia. 


J^cttwpc. 

(See  Bote.) 


Arms. — Argent,  three  eagles'  heads  erased  sable,  a  bordure  of  the  second  charged  with 
eight  bezants.  [Sharpe.] 


Sr  John  Fitz-Simond  Knight. =p 


Sr  Edward  S1'  Richard  Fitz-  Sr  Adam  Fitz-=j=Joanne  da.  to 
Fitz-Simond  Siniond  was  knight  Simond  Kt.  Sr  Henery 
Knt.  of  the  Garter  E.  3.  Crapville  ? 


Sr  George 

Fitz-Simond 

Knight. 


Adam  Fitz-Simonds,  vide  plus  Sr  Edward  Fitz-=pAnne  da.  to 
Hartfordshire  com.  Brockett.  Simond  Knight.  Haveringe. 


I 

Sr  John  Fitz-Simond  Knt.=p Alice  da.  to  the  Lord  Fitzwalters. 


Phillip  Fitz-Simond.=j= 


Sr  John  Fitz-Simond  Knt.=pMary  Chambers  eldest  da.  to  Alex.  Adderburye. 

a  I 


BOISE  FAMILY  HISTORY  CENTER 

BUI&  3676  SO  Dorian 

Idaho  83705 


Boise, 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


101 


A| 

S&atjw, 

Thomas  Sharpe  Hugh  Staun- 
of  Mauldon  in  ton  of  Essex. 
Essex  iuxta  Clare.  =p 
(?  Walden  or  Walton.) 


I  I 

John  Fitz-=Maude  d.  &  Robert  =Katherin  da 


Simond. 


heire  to 

RaufFe 

Baghott. 


Fitz- 

Simond. 


Henrey  Sharpe=Margeret  d.  to  Thomas=Katherin  d 


to  Robert 
Mandfeild 
(?  Mande- 
ville). 


of  Mauldon. 


Sr  John  Tey 
Knight. 


Staun¬ 
ton  of 
Essex. 


&  heire  to 
John  Fitz- 
Simond. 


Jane  da.  &= Henry 
heire  to  Wentworth. 

Robert  (See3M^nt= 

Fitzsimond.  toorti).) 


1  1 

John  Sharpe  of=j=Janne  d.  &  coheire  to 
Maulden.  |  Thomas  Staunton. 

1 

Katherin  uxor 
William  Burre. 

John  Sharpe=Margerett 

Nicholas= 

= Agnes  da. 

1  1  1 

Stephen  Sharpe. 

1 

Janne  ux. 

of  Malden  da.  to 

Sharpe. 

to  John 

— 

Henrey 

gent.  Will 

Tirrell. 

Thomas  Sharpe 

Clouville. 

Scott. 

a  prest. 

- 

Robart  Sharpe. 

Cicely  da.  &  heire  uxor 

Thomas  Cotton  Henrey.  Thomas  &  1 

rVilliam. 

of  Lanwoode  in  co.  Cambridge. 

yintti). 

Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Smith,  as  in  Vis.  of  1558. 

....  three  cross  crosslets.  [ 

Crest. — As  in  Vis.  of  1558. 


2  and  3 . on  a  bend 


John  Smith  of  Walden=f=  Agnes  da.  &  heire  to  . 
in  Essex  esqr.  Charnock  of  Lane. 


George  3 
sonne. 


Alice  uxor  William 
Bowlinge  of  Walden. 


Agnes  &  Margery 
ob.  s.p. 


Joanne  ux.  William  Wood 
of  Knodland  in  Kent. 


John  Smithe  1  sonne. 


Sr  Wm.  Smith.=F 


Elizabeth  d.  to=Sr  Thomas  Smith  Kt.= 


Maukett  or 
Karkett  of 
London  1  wiffe 
ob.  s.p. 


secretary  to  K.  Ed.  & 
Q.  Eliz.  &  chancelor  of 
the  order  of  the  garter 
ob.  s.p.  2  July  1577. 


=Phillipe  da.  to 
John  Wilford 
of  London 
ob.  15  June 
1578. 


A  d.  to  Sr  Wm.  Smith  mar.  to  Robt. 
Josslen  of  Newhall  in  Essex. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  S1'  Wm.  Springe 
of  Pakenham  in  SufF.  Knt. 


102 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


mutf)  or  JJebill. 

{See  Carmgton.) 


g>outJ)cote. 

{See  Cotton.) 


Staunton,  Stanton. 

{And  see  &fjarpe.) 

Arms. — Same  as  in  Vis  of  1612. 

Humfrey  Staunton.=f=Elizabeth  da.  to  Morgan  of  Pencoie. 

William  Staunton  of  Feiland  in  Somersetshire.^ Anne  da.  to  Holden  of  Worcester. 

I 

Thomas  Staunton  of =p Jane  da.  to  David  Hall  of  John=da.  to  Edward  Cole 

Wickeham  in  Essex.  I  Minedon  in  Somersetshire.  Staunton,  of  Colchester. 


Nicholas  =  Edmond  Janne  uxor  Fraun’s  Anne  uxor  John  Ellen  uxor 

Staunton.  2  sonne.  Ronion  of  Somerset-  Browne  of  Whit-  John  Latham 

shire.  roding  in  Essex,  of  Sandon. 


i&ttpnep. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  the  name  being  Stepney,  being  substituted 

for  Stepneth. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


103 


Strangman. 

( And  see  fHanteil.) 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  nine. — The  same  as  2  to  10,  loth  inclusive,  under 
Mantell. 

2.  Quarterly  of  eight — 1.  Strangman.  2.  Cherington. 
8.  Downes.  4.  Ingowe.  5.  Hackwell  (?  Clement)  as 
in  Vis.  of  1612.  6.  Ermine,  on  a  chevron  sable  three  crescents 

or.  [Dorward.]  7.  Coggeshall.  8.  Or,  a  chief  indented 
sable.  [Harsicke.] 

Crest. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Respice  Records  Turn's  Londo’  Richard  Strangman  sould 
lands  at  Steple  in  Essex  to  John  Wendover  viz.  Cooke  Poges 
Much  Stockes  little  Stockes  Firdirs  Wickes  &  mores  a0  20  E.  4. 


William  Strangman  of  Essex=p 
oh.  12  H.  4. 


Richard  Strangmam 
20  E.  4. 


r 


Alice  uxor  John  Baker 
ob.  18  H.  6. 


William  Strangman  ob.  18  E.  4.=j=Alice  da.  &  heire  to  Thomas  Hooe. 


John  Strangman  of  Hadley=f=da.  &  heire  to  Fauntie  by  che  ....  da.  &  heire  to  de 
Castell  in  com.  Essex.  la  More. 


John  Strangman  of  Hadley=pda.  &  heire  to  Sandford  by  Christian  da.  &  h.  to 


Castell. 


Petter  Sherington. 


Ingohw* 

Robert  Ingowe  m.  to  his  first  wife=pdau.  to  Malesdon 


the  da.  of  Fitz  Langley.  Arms. — 
Argent,  three  cinquefoils  gules. 


of  Paglesham. 


John  Ingowe=j=da.  &  heir  to  Clement  Hackwell  (?  Clement  of  Hawkwell  co. 
living  H.  6.  Essex)*  da.  to  Raynesford. 


Nicholas  Ingowe  bur.  at  S*  Sepulchres  in  London  E.  4.=j=da.  to  Raynesford. 


A  |  B 


*  See  account  of  James  Strangman  of  Hadleigh  by  H.  W.  King,  ‘  Essex  Archaeological 
Transactions,’  ii.,  139. 


104 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


A  B 


Eotrtoatlr. 

Richard  Dorward.=j=Agnes  da.  to  Morrell. 

I 

William  Dorward=j=Katheren  da.  to  Sr  William 
38  E.  3.  I  Walcott  Knt. 


da.  to  Richard= John  Dorward  speaker  of  the  p’lia-=j=Blanch  d.  &  heire  to 


Baynard. 


ment 
H.  6. 


to  K.  H.  4,  H.  5.  ob.  37 


Sr  William  Cogeshull 

Knt. 


Richard=p  Joanne  da. 
Dorward  &  coheire 
of  Bark-  to  Roger 
inge  3  Harsicke. 
sonne. 


John 

ob. 

s.p. 


I 

Raph 

a 

priest. 


Robert  Ingowe- 
bur.  in  Barking 
church  14  H.  8. 


Wilham  Dor¬ 
ward  2  sonne  m. 

Mary  da.  &  coh. 

'to  Roger  Har- 
sick.  =f= 

_  I 

:Joanne  da.  Richard  Margarett  ux.  John 
to  Richard  Dorward.  Wingfield  of  gret 
Dorward.  =p  Dunstan  in  Norflf. 


Margarett 

ux. 

Richard 

Spencer. 


Blanche 

ux. 

John 

Bowen. 


Elizabeth  ux. 

Thomas 

Fotheringhay. 


a  dau.  ux.  Guilford. 


ux.  Walsingham. 


Anne  ux.  Henrey  Boode  of 
Rayley  in  Essex. 

See  iSootre* 


John  Strangmam 
ob.  19  H.  8. 


Alary  da.  &  sole  heir  to  Robert 
Ingowe  ob.  18  H.  8. 


Mary  da.  to  Sr  Thomas- 
Barnardeston  Knight. 


r 


: William  Strangman  of=j=dau.  to  Sr 
Hadley  Castell.  2  wiffe. 


Wm.  Kempe  Knt. 


Bartholomew  =p 
Strangman  of 
Hadley  Castell. 


I  I 

James  Arnica  uxor  Wm. 
2  sonne.  Lathom  son  of 
William. 


Martha  ux.  George 
Wiseman  of  Fel- 
sted. 


Thoma- 

zine. 


1 


Robert  Strangman  of = Widow  to  Foord  of 
Hadley  Castell.  Stamborne. 


Thomas  Strang-=j=Austine  da.  to  Edward  StrangTQan=pMargerett_  da.  to 
man  of  Rotheley 
(?  Rayleigh)  in 
Essex. 


Hardinge  widow 
to  John  Heron. 


of  Hadley  in  Essex 
2  sonne. 


William  Roberts 
2dly  to  John  Tim- 
perley. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558 


105 


1  0 

John  Strangman= Agnes  da.  to 
of  Rothley.  ....  widow 

to  Wm.  Harris. 

Elizabeth  ux. 
John  Herkyn 
of  Wiltshr. 

Anne  uxor  John  Salte  of 
Yoxhall  in  Staff. 

1 

1  1  1 

Richard  Salte  of  Yoxhall.  Thomas. 

Robert. 

Elizabeth. 

Janne  uxor  John  Blyatt. 

T 

Margerett  uxor  John  Biglond. 

1 

Edward  Blyatt.  Mary  ux.  Boode. 

Elizabeth. 

1 

Suzanna  Biglond. 

William  Jenney=pMary  uxor  Alice  wiffe  to  John  Pil-  Joaneuxor  JohnBoodeof 
1  husband  I  John  Cooke,  borow  sonne  of  John.  Rochford.  See  spgttOtt. 


Edward  Jenney  Thomas 
of  London  Jenney. 

Leather  seller. 

Elianor. 


I 

John  Jenney 
of  London 
Leather  seller. 


Mary  Cooke 
ux.  William 
Wiseman. 


Richard 

Pilborowe. 


Fides. 

Elizabeth. 


button. 


Arms. — Or,  a  lion  rampant  vert,  oppressed  with  a  fess  charged  with  three  torteaux. 
[Sutton.] 


James  Sutton  of  Essex  clarke  of=j=Margarett  da.  to 


the  gren  cloth  to  H.  8. 


G-reves. 


Thomas^Elizabeth  da.  to  Hadley 
Sutton,  of  Worstershr. 


Henrey  2  sonne. 


William  3  sonne. 


Henrey  Sutton  sonne  Margarett  ux.  Elizabeth  ux.  Amee. 

&  heire.  Fraun’s  Stacy.  Hollys.  — 

Margarett. 


p 


106 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


g>toalloto+ 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Or,  on  a  fess  between  three  swallows  volant  sable  a  crescent  of 
the  first.  [Swallow.] 

2.  Azure,  a  fess  engrailed  ermine  between  three  pines  or. 
[Pynner.] 

Crest. — A  hind's  head  erased  proper,  collared  counter compony  argent  and  azure. 

[  ] 


John  Swallow  of  Bokinge  in  Essex.=p  Joanne  da.  to  Maye  of  Bokinge. 


Raffe  Swallow  John  Swallow=pJulyan  da.  to . ux.  Wall  am 


eldest  son.  2  sonne. 

Torware.  of  Bockinge. 

1 

John  Swallow.= 

pMargarett  da.  to  Thomas  Graye  Julianne  ux.  Wornall 

of  Cressinge  temple.  (?  Worrall)  of  Felsted. 

1 

John  Swallow= 
of  Booking  in 
Essex. 

Ill  1 

=Anne  da.  to  Pynner  Clement  Anne  ux.  Joanne  ux.  Janne  ux. 

of  Kingston  upon  Swallow  Robart  James  Lord  William 

Thames  in  Surrey.  2  sonne.  Lister  of  Dawbeny  Sewall  of 

Fincheley.  (?  James  Halsted. 

Lord  of 

Danbury)  in 

Elizabeth.  Essex. 

fannimrm,  §3iu>mtionie. 


William  Swynborne.=pPhillipe  da.  &  h.  to  Sr  Raufe  Garnon  Kt. 

Sr  Robert  Swynborne.=f  Johanna  filia  &  coheires  Johan’s  Boutetourt 
I  de  Belchamp  in  Essex. 


Johannes  Hyllivyn=j=Allicia  filia  &  h feres  Margeriam  nuptam  Nicholas  Barneys 

de  Hyllivyn.  Roberti  Swynborne.  de  Fynchingfeild  in  Essex. 

B=F 


107 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


A| 


Elizabeth 
ux.  Johans 
Warner  de 
Halsted. 


Johannes=Edetha  filia=pJohan’s 


Hyllivyn 
1  mari- 
tus. 


&  heires 
Thomas 
Rolfe. 


Greene 
2  mar. 


Thomas  Fynderne=Katheren 
Kt,  buried  at  little  heres,  nupta 
Horksleigh  ob.  15  Tho.  Fynderne 
Mai  1542.  militis  ob.  9 

Nov.  1479. 


mottle#. 

Elizabeth  ux. 

Johan’s  Worthey  Tirrell  de 
de  Halsted  in  Warley  in 
Essex.  Essex. 


Ilumfridus=plsabell  d.  Phillipa  nupta  Agnes  ux. 

”  &  heire  to  Thomas  Mont-  Willi  Fin- 

Johan’s  gomery  ob.  s.p.  dern 

Hyllivyn.  militis. 


Margeria 
ux.  Hen- 
rici  Tey 
militis. 


©oltrtttg, 

Thomas=pElizabeth  da.  &  heire 
Goldinge.  to  John  Worthy  of 
Halsted  in  Essex. 


I 


I  I 

Anne  d.  &  heire  ux.  Sr  Roger  William 
Wentworth  Knt.  de  Codam  Fynderne. 
Hall  in  Essex.  =p 

(See  aeaenttoortf)  in  Vis.  of  1612.) 


Thomas  Goldinge  of  Beauchamp 
St.  Paule  in  Essex. 


Thomas  Fynderne 
ob.  s.p. 


Callafcarne. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Cntlmng. 

(Entered  twice.) 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  fess  between  two  chevrons  azure  three  martlets  of  the  field 
[Tendring]  impaling  Crochrode,  with  Crest  of  Crochrode  as  in  Vis.  of 
1612. 


Thomas  Tenderinge. 
William  Tenderinge. 


John  Tenteringe  of  Boxford  in  Essex.=p 


John  Tenderinge=f= Joanne  da.  to  William 
de  Boreham  in  Cracherood  of  Toppes- 
Essex.  field  in  Essex. 


Mary  ux . 

footman  to  H.8. 


A 


James. 


108  THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


1  |  2  |  3  |  4  | 

Margaret.  Benetta. 

Alice.  Maria. 


A| 


1  I 

Thomas  Tenderinge=Ciceley  da.  &  heire  to 


of  Boreham  in 
Essex. 


Roger  Reignolds  of 
West  Thorock  in  Essex. 


Yalantine. 


William. 


Anne  to  Tho.  Mannok  Thomas  Tendering  Priscilla  wife  to  Robt.  Cotton 

of  Gifford’s  Hall.  set.  10  a0  1585.  of  Boreham  in  Essex. 


Added  on  a  slip  pasted  in : — 


Thomas  Tendring  of=f=Eliz.  da.  of  Mathew  ramsey  of  Storford  Ep’i 
Storford  Ep’i  1634.  (Bishop  Stortford  in  Herts). 


Elizabeth  wife  to  Wm.  Yong  Bridget  wife  to  John  Thorogood  of  Joane. 
of  Chipping  Ongar,co.  Essex.  Newhall  near  Ware  co.  Hertford. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Argent,  a  fess  azure,  in  chief  three  martlets,  in  base  a  chevron 
of  the  second.  [Tey.]  2.  Or,  a  chevron  gules,  on  a  chief  azure  three  mullets 
of  the  field.  [Aldham.]  3.  Gules,  an  eagle  displayed  or.  [Bettyngham.] 
4.  Sable,  three  martlets  within  a  bordure  engrailed  or.  [Newton.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  tiger's  head  argent,  maned  azure.  [Tey.] 

A  description  of  other  quarterings  is  also  given  as  follows : — 

Aldham  {as  above).  Tendring— Argent,  on  a  fess  between  two  chevrons  azure 

three  martlets  of  the  field.  Bettyngham  {as  above).  Delahay — Argent,  on  a 
fess  gules  two  mullets  of  the  first  between  six  martlets  sable.  Newton  {as 
above).  Fitz  Walden — Or,  two  bars  and  a  canton  gules.  Duckett — Gules, 

nine  martlets  or,  3,  3,  2,  and  1.  Markes— Argent,  a  chevron  between  three 
trefoils  vert.  Bawde — Gules,  three  chevrons  argent.  Norbury — Sable,  a 

chevron  between  three  bulls'  heads  comped  argent.  Hussey — Ermine,  three 

bars  gules.  Knevett — Argent,  a  bend  and  bordure  engraited  sable,  an  annulet 
for  difference.  Bassett — Azure,  three  swans'  heads  erased  argent,  ducally 

gorged  or.  Harleston — Argent,  a  fess  ermine,  colised  sable.  Roberts — Azure, 
on  a  chevron  argent  three  mullets  sable.  Nevill  as  Latimer. 

Symond  de  Taye.=p 


Walter  Tey.=j=Dorothey  d.  &  heire  to  Aldham. 

a  I 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


109 


_ Aj 

Richard  Tey.=f  Ellen  da.  of  ...  .  Tendringe. 


Edward  Tey.=f=Christian  d.  &  heire  to  Bettingham. 


Roger  Tey.=pEdyth  d.  &  h.  to  De  la  Haye. 


Thomas  Teye.=j=Emme  d.  &  h.  to  Newton. 


Martyne  Teye.=j=Margerett  Fitz  Walden. 


Robert  Teye.=pAnne  Duckett. 


Sr  William  Teye  Kt.=p  Alice  Merkys. 


Sr  Robert  Teye  Kt.=pAnnes  Bawde.= John  Nauton  1  husband 

2  to  Sr  John  Boys  Kb 


Robert  Teye.=pJanne  Norbury.  =  Richard  Wytlerton  2  husband. 


John  Teye.=f=Mary  Hussey. 


John  Teye  sonne  &  heire.=p  Robart  Teye  2  sonne. =f  Elizabeth  Knevett. 


John  Teye.=r 


William  Teye.=j=Issabell  Bassett. 


Sr  Henrey= 
Teye  Knt. 


Thomas=Janne  sister  to 


Teye. 


Sr  Clement 
Harleston  Kt. 


.  .  .  .  uxor  Grace  dau.  mar.  to 
SrClement  Wm.  de  Graye  Esq. 
Harleston  of  Merton  in  Norff. 

Knt. 


Sr  Thomas=Margerett  d.  & 
Teye  Knt.  coheire  to 

John  Greene  of 
Gosfield  in 
Essex. 


William 
2  sonn. 

John  3 
sonn. 


J  ohn  =Constance 


Teye. 


d.  &  heire 
to  John 
Robartes. 


Elizabeth  1  uxor 
Robt.  Drury  of 
Rougham  2ly  to 
Edward  Gooding 
of  Thurston. 


A 


B 


110  THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Al _  B_l 


1 

Mary 

1 

Frauncis 

Margerett 

Elizabeth  Thomas 

=Elianor 

1  1  1  1  II 

John.  Eliza- 

uxor  Sr 

d.  &  co- 

uxor John 

uxor  Teye 

d.  & 

—  beth. 

Thomas 

heire 

Jermyn 

Marma-  ob.  s.p. 

heire 

Edmond.  — 

Novell 

uxor 

de  Brite- 

duke 

ob. 

s.p. 

—  Janne. 

Kt. 

Will’m 

well  Knt. 

Nevell  esq. 

Henrey. 

Bonham 

=P 

— 

21y  to 

William 

Edward 

Tey  a 

Bockinge. 

prest. 

~r 


Fraunces  da.  &  heire  ux.  Ed.  Lucas  ....  uxor  Humfrey  Wing-  Thomas 
2ly  to  Bingham  3rdly  to  Adames.  feild  of  Bramham.  Bonham. 


Clmrshpe. 

( See  JFoUrmgtag.) 


Ctmll,  Cpmll. 


Crest  and  Arms. — See  Vis.  of  1612. 

Sr  Walter  Tirrell  Knt.  that  slew  W.  Ruffus.=F 


Henrey  Tirrell  Knt.=p 


Richard  Tirrell.=p 


Edmond  Tirrell .=p 


Geffrey  Tirrell.=j= 


Sr  Lyonell  Tirrell  Knt.=j= 


Edmond  Tyrell.=pda.  &  heire  to  Borgate. 


Hughe  Tyrrell.=pda.  &  heire  to  Flambert. 


James  Tyrrell.=j=Margerett  da.  &  heire  to  Sr  Will’m  Heron  of  Essex  Kt. 


Walter  Tirrell.=pJanne  da.  &  coheire  to  John  Swynford  of  Essex,  Kt. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


Ill 


A  L 


Alice  da.  to  Dandeleghe=Sr  Thomas  Tyrrell  of  Heron  in=pAlenor  da.  to  Flambert 


1  wiffe. 


Essex  Kt. 


of  Essex. 


Sr  John  Tirrell  of  Heron  Knt.  tresuror  of  the=pElianor  da.  &  coheire  to  William 


howse  to  H.  6. 


Coggshall  of  Essex  Kt. 


Anne  da.  &  coheire  to  Robt.=pSr  William  Tirrell  of  Beches= 


Eitzsimondes  Knt.  1  wiffe. 


in  Essex  Knt.  3  sonne. 


:Phillipe  da.  to  John 
Thorenbury  2  wiffe. 


I  I 

Thomas  Tir-=pKatheren  da.  Marye  ux. 


rell  of 
Beches. 


to  John  Wal¬ 
den. 


Thomas  Hunt¬ 
ington. 


I 

Jasper  Tir-ppAnne  da.  to 


rell  2 
sonne. 


Goringe  2  da. 
(?  Goodinge) 
of  Suffolk. 


Alice  da.  to  Covell  2ly= 
to  George  Foster  3  to 
Henrey  Gouldinge. 


Edmond  Tirrell=p 
of  Beches  a0 

1608. 


I 

=Edward  Tirrell 
of  Beches 
Essex. 


m 


^Elizabeth  da.  to 
William  Cromer 
of  Kent. 


William  Tirrell 
2  sonne. 


I 

Alice  1  ux.  Thomas  Lathom  of 
Rosall  in  Lane.  2ly  to  William 
Cade  of  Rumford. 


I 

Mary  uxor  Pet 
ter  Haymond 
(?  Haruond)  of 
Kent. 


Mary  d.  &  coheire  ux.  Sr  Francis  Fitche  Knight. 


Edmond  Tirrell  son  &=pSuzanna  da.  to  ...  .  Cooke  of  Geddihall 
heire.  1  in  Essex. 


Ill  I 

Mary  uxor  John  Margerett  ux.  Thomazin  ux.  Will’m  Suzanna  uxor  Charles 

Church.  John  Daniell  Tirrell  21y  to .  Cut  tier. 

of  Suff.  Plater  of  Suff. 


William  Tirrell  of  Gipping  in  Suff.- 
2  sonne. 


Margerett  da.  to  Robert  Darcey 
of  Malden  in  Essex. 


Edward, 

Sr  James  Tirrell  of =j 

pAnne  da. 

Sr  Thomas 

Elianor 

Anne, 

John, 

Gipping  in  Suffolk. 

to  Sr 

Tirrell 

ux.  Ed¬ 

Margerett, 

& 

Knighted  the  5  July 

John 

Knt.  2 

mond 

Dorothey, 

John. 

1483  beheaded  for  tre- 
son  on  Tower  Hill  the 

6  day  of  May  17  H.  7. 
being  one  of  them  that 
murdered  K.  E.  5  & 
his  brother. 

■R 

Ar  undell 
of  Corne- 
wall  Knt. 

sonne. 

Kne- 

vett. 

Alice, 

Margerye, 

Elizabeth, 

& 

Marye. 

112 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


James  Tirrell=pAnne  da.  & 


of  Collumbine 
Hall  in  Suff. 
2  son. 


coheire  to  Sr 
JohnHo- 
tosteof  Col- 
lombineHall. 


Sr  Thomas=j=Margerett  da. 
Tirrell  of  1  to  Christopher 
Lord  Wil¬ 
loughby. 


Gippinge 
in  Suff. 
Knt. 


Anne  uxor  Sr  Richard 
Wentworth  of  Netel- 
sted  Knt.  father  to 
Thomas  Lord  Went- 
worthe. 


John  Tirrell 
of  Collom- 
bine  Hall  in 
Suff. 


I  I 

James  2  sonne. 

Thomas  3 
sonne. 


Sr  John- 
Tirrell  of 
Gippinge 
Knt. 


:Elizabeth  da.  to 
Sr  John  Mundey 
L.  Maior  of 
London. 


I  I 

George  2  sonne. 
Vincent  3  sonne. 


II  1  1  1  j 

Amy  ux.  Anne  uxor  Margerett  ux.  Agnes  ux.  Katheren  Alice  ux. 

Knight  Sr  John  Robt.  Petters  John  ux.  George  George 

2ly  to  Cleere  of  of  West-  Hoord  of  Kebell.  Brooke 

Knighton.  Ormesbye,  Kt.  minster.  Devonshire.  of  Aspall. 

Mary  Lady  Cor-=Sr  John  Tir-=Anne  da.  to  Sr  Edward= 
bett  da.  to  Sr  rell  of  Gip-  Sr  John  Sul-  Tirrell  Kt. 

Wm.  Drury  of  pingeKt.  ob.  liard  of  gent,  pen- 

HawstedinSuff.  s.p.  1601.  Wetherdon  sionertoQ. 

Knt.  in  Suff.  Kt.  Eliz. 

2  wiffe.  3  sonne. 

=Prudence  da.  to 
Mathew  Frende 
of  Dickell- 
boroughe  in 

Norff. 

Elizabeth  da.  &  heire. 

Thomas^ 
Tirrell 
of  Gip¬ 
pinge  in 
Suff.  2 
sonne. 


:Margerett 
da.  to  Sr 
John  Grey 
of  ...  . 
in  Essex 
Kt. 


Charles 

4  sonne. 

George 

5  sonne. 

James 

6  sonne. 

Vincent 

7  sonne. 


Anne  uxor 
John 

Hoord*  of 
Devonsh. 


Margerett 
ux.  Robert 
Petters*  of 
West¬ 
minster. 


Alice  ux. 
George 
Brook* 
of  Aspall 
in  Suff. 


Joanne. 


These  names  are  already  given  as  husbands  to 
their  aunts  Agnes,  Margaret,  and  Alice. 


Mary  ux.  Thomas  Kebell  of 
Kinghall  (?  Rivett  of 
Ringshall). 


Frances  ux.  Thom’s 
Hastinges  of  Hindring- 
ham  in  Norf. 


I 

Judeth  ux.  George 
Pagrave  of  Whin- 
borough  in  Norf. 


I 

Thomas  Tirrelh 
of  Gippinge 
1614. 


-da.  &  heire  to  William 
Rivett  of  Stowmarket 
in  Suff. 


I  I 

2.  John. 


j.  i  i 

4.  Vincent. 


3.  George.  5.  James. 

6.  Charles 


A  dau.  ux. 
Thomas 
Mundey  of 
Kent. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


113 


E  | 


I  I 


I 


1 


Thomas=Margerett  2.  William  set.  16.  Anne  Mary  Dorothey  Suzanna 


Tirrell  da.  to  Sr  — 

son  &  William  3.  John  13. 

heire  Yelverton  — 

set.  18  Kt.  4.  Fran’s  11. 

a0 1614.  — 

5.  Edmond  9. 

6.  Robert  4. 


set. 

20. 


18. 


aet.  17. 


aet.  3. 


Elianor  ux. 

Edmond 

Knevett. 


Emme  da.  to  Sr=pSr  Thomas  Tyr-=Anne  da.  to  Elizabeth  1  ux. 
John  Marney  of  rell  of  Heron  Wm.  Marney  Rookewoode  2 

Layer  Marney  in  Knt.  37  H.  6.  coheire  to  to  Thomas 

Essex.  Sergeaux.  Skargill. 


Sr  William=FElianor  da.  to 


Tirrell  of 
Heron  Kt. 


Robart  Darcye 
by  Ales  da.  to 
Langley. 


! 

Anne  ux. 
Edmond 
Audeley. 


Anne  ux. 
John  Darcey 
of  Toleshunt. 


Elizabeth  uxor  Robt. 
Darcey  of  Danbery 
2ly  Richard  Hawte. 


Elizabeth  da.= 
to  Walter 
Devereux  L. 
Ferrers. 


:Sr  Thomas- 
Tirrell 
&  Kt. 
Baronett. 


A  da.  who  was  drowned. 


:Beautrix  da. 
to  John 
Cokayn  by 
Eliz.  Boyvile. 


Alice  uxor 

Robart 

Rochester. 


Humfrey 
Tirrell 
2  sonne. 


Mawde  ux. 
Richard 
White  of 
Hampshire. 


I  I 

Katheren  Charles  6 
ux.  sonn  a 

G-eorge  phisicion. 

Kebell. 


I 

Sr  William 
Tyrell  Kt. 
of  the 
Rodes. 


I  I 

George  4  sonne 


Knight. 


Thomas  5  sonne. 


I  v  .  , 

Anne  1  uxor  Knight 
of  Kent  2ly  to 
Knighton  of  Hart- 
fordshire. 


Sr  Thomas=f=Constance  da.  to  Sr  Henrey  Tyrrell  of  Heron=f=Thomazin  da.  to 


Tyrrell  of 
Heron. 


John  Blunt  Lord  2  son  &  heir. 
Mountjoye. 


Wilkin  Gunston 
of  London. 


John  Tyrell=pAnne  da.  to  Wm.  Browne-pSr  William  Petter  of  Essex  Knt. 


1  sonne. 


Mayor  of  London. 


Secretary,  2  husband. 


Katheren  da.  &  heire  uxor  Rich.  Baker  Sr  John  Petter  Knight 
son  of  Sr  John  Baker  of  Kent,  Kt.  Lord  Petter. 


John  Baker.  Anne.  Thomas  Baker.=j=Grisselle  da.  &  heire  to  Wm. 

Barnishe  son  of  Wm.  Barnishe. 
F 

Q 


114 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Sr  Henrey  Baker  of  Kent,  Knt.  &  Baronett. 


I  I  I 

Joanne, 
Bennett 
&  Brid- 
gett  s.p. 
born  at 
a  berthe. 


I  I 

Mary  ob.  s.p. 

Gertrude  ux. 
John  Browne 
of  Fidlers  in 
Essex. 


Anne  (Avis  ?) 
ux.  John 
Daniell  of 
Messing  in 
Essex. 


„  I  I 

Bennett  ux. 

Edmond 

Moune. 

?  Anne  ux. 
Elkin  of 
London. 


Elianor  ux. 
Palmer  of 
Downes 
Hall  in 
Essex. 


Tho.  ux. 
Brow : 
of  Radw : 
in  Essex. 


William  2  sonne 
m.  Thomazin  d. 
&  h.  to  Edmond 
Tirrell  =f 


Thornes  Tirrell=pMary  da.  to 


of  Heron. 


John  Sulliard 
of  Suffolk 
Knt. 


I  I  I 

John  3  sonne  ob.  s.p. 
Phillip  4  sonne. 
Robert  5  sonn  ob.  s.p. 


Thomas  Tirrell  son  &  heire.=Margerett  da.  to  John  Filiall  of  Owldhall. 


Sr  John  Tyrrell= Joyce  da.  to 
of  Heron  Knt.  John  Baker 
2d  maried  Eliza-  of  Kent, 
beth  da.  to  Sr 
John  Crook  Kt. 

&  Justice  on  the 
Bench. 


Thomas  Tirrell = da.  to 
of  Ramsden  Filiall. 
Tirrell. 


I 

Anne  uxor 
John  Cliffe 
of  Inger- 
ston  in 
Essex. 


Avis  uxor 

Fran’s 

Lord 

Dacres 

of  the 

Northe. 


2  I 

Thomas  Tirrell  2  sonne  of  South=j=Elizabeth  da.  &  coheire  to  Tho.  Bruen  K. 
Kendon  ( i.e .  Okendon). 


relicta  Sr  Wm.  Brandon. 


r 


William  Tyrrell  of  South  Kendon.=pElizabeth  da.  to  Thomas  Bodley. 

_ I 

Humfrey  Tyrrell  of  South  Kendon ,=j=Janne  da.  to  Ingleston  or  Singleton. 


George  Tyrrell  of  Thornton  in  com.  Buck.= 
William  Tirrell  sould  South  Kendon. 


Sr  Robert=pChristian  da.  to=pEdward 


Tirrell  K. 

4  sonn. 

John  Harteshorn 
of  Bedfordshire. 

Mack¬ 

williams 

1  husband. 

da.&heire 
to  Helion. 

Tyrrell 

of 

War  ley 

1 

3  sonne. 

I 

Henrey  Mackwilliams. 

J 

I  3 

Elizabeth=pHumfrey=pElizabeth  da.  & 
coheire  to  John 
Walwyn  of  ( ?) 
Longford  in 
Hertfordshire. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


115 


J  I 


I  i 

Anne  uxor 
Roger 
Went¬ 
worth. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  William 
Alington 
Esqr. 


I  3 

Margerett 
ux.  Sr 
William 
Walgrave. 


Margery  ux.  S1' 
William  Ashe- 
feild  2d  to  Ed. 
Wingfeild. 


Mary  uxor  Thomas 
Timperley  widow  to 
Pawlett  &  Harvey. 


I  1  I 

Sr  John  Tyrrell=pAnne  da.  to  Humfrey  Tyrell=j=Alice  da.  &  heire  to 
of  Warley.  Edward  Norris.  2  sonne.  |  Thomas  Glemham. 


.  uxor  Ambrose  Wolley. 


I  I  I  I  I  I 

James  Tyrrell=j=Anne  da.  to  William  3.  Stephen.  4.  Raulfe.  Gertrude  ux. 


of  Warley. 


Ambrose 

Wolley. 


Tyrrell 
2  sonne. 


Sr  William 
5.  Mawrise.  Peter  kt. 


Mary  da.  &  sole  heire  uxor  Edward  Clinton 
2  sonne  to  Ed.  Earle  of  Lincolne. 


Sr  John  Tirrell 
a  prest. 


I  I 

Robart  Tyrrell=j= Joyce  da.  Joyce 


2  sonne. 


to  Crosse. 


Thomas  Tyrell. 


I  I 

2.  Richard. 


I  I 

4.  Hawes. 


Rauffe. 


3.  Henrey.  5.  Robart. 


CoroU. 

(And  see  Hagnesforti.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Gules,  a  fess  between  three  bulls'  heads  couped  or.  [Torrell.] 
2.  Raynesford.  3.  Starkey.  4.  Sable,  a  fess  bekveen  two  lions' faces  in 
chief,  and  a  trefoil  slipped  in  base.  [ 

Roger  Torrell.=j= 


Sr  Humfrey  Torrell  Knt.=pda.  to  John  Fleming. 

Arms. — A.  3  piles  g. 


Sr  William  Torrell  Knt.=pda.  to  Gervis  Freville. 

Arms. — Or,  a  cross  flory  g. 


A 


116 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 

_ Aj 


Anthoney  Torrell.=j=Mabell  da.  to  John  Eitz  Osbourne. 

Arms. — G.  three  larres  gem’s  or ,  a  canton  arg. 


Sr  Humfrey  Torrell  Knt.=pd.  to  Sr  John  Mortymer  of  Essex  Kt. 

Arms. — Or,  a  fleur  de  Its  sa. 


Thomas  Torrell.=pda.  to  Roger  Tilberye. 

Arms. — P’  fess  danc’ey  s.  and  g. 


Sr  John  Torrell  Knt.=pda.  to  Thomas  Mountford  of  Beaudesert. 


Richard  Torrell.=p  Ursulor  da.  to  Thomas  Nanfant. 

Arms. — S.  a  chevron  ermine  let.  3  winges  a. 


Humfrey  Torrell.=pElizabeth  da.  to  George  Bartlett. 


Robert  Torrell.=j=da.  to  John  Tirrell  of  Heron. 


Bryan  Torrell.=pda.  to  Humfrey  Barington. 


Humfrey  Torrell.=p da.  to  Gilbert  Basingborne. 

Arms. — Ger.  or  and  g.  on  a  canton  sable 
a  cross-crosslet  argent. 

I 

John  Torrell.^da.  to  Thomas  Clapham  of  Suffolke. 


Thomas=pda.  to  Sr  Roger  Beauchamp  John  Raynes-=pAnne  da.  &  coheire  to 


Torrell. 


of  Bletshoe. 


ford. 


Sr  Humfrey  Starkey  Kt. 


I  I  I 

John  Torrell.  =pEmme  sister  &  coheire  to  Sr  John  Rainsford 
I  Sr  John  Rainesford  Knt.  Knt.  ob.  s.p. 


Henry  Torrell.=f=Anne  da.  to  Mordant  of  Barnish  roudinge  (Berners  Roothing). 


Humfrey ^Torrell.=p Alice  da.  to  Thomas  Leventhorpe. 

! 


Agnes  uxor  Henry  Josselyn  of  Essex.  Alice  uxor  Sackfeild  ob.  s.p. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


117 


Cobpc. 

(See  JHonoux,  No.  2.) 


Cusser,  Curssar. 


Arms. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612,  but  the  fess  count ercompony  or  and  gules. 
Crest. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


John  Tussor  of  Rinmold  (Rivenhall)  in  Essex.- 


William  Tussor  of  Rinmold=j=Dorothey  da.  to  .  .  .  .  Smithe  sister 
(Rivenhall)  in  Essex. 


to  Sr  Clement  Smithe  Knt. 


Clement  Tussor=rUrsulour  AndrU  2  sonn.  Anne  1  uxor  Ursulour  uxor  Sharpe 


of  Rinmold 
(Rivenhall). 


da.  to  —  Jackes  2  to  Latymer. 

....  John  3  sonn.  2  to  Stokes.  — 

Pittesof  —  —  Bridgettl  uxorGraye 

London.  Thomas  4  sonne.  Elizabeth  of  Warwickshire 
—  ux.  Wother-  2d  to  Grafton. 

William  5  sonne.  ston. 


I 


John  Tussor.  Edmond  Tussor.=  Janne. 


Ctoetip. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Arms. — Quarterly  as  Shield  No.  1  of  Twedy  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Crest. — Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


118 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Marmaduke  Vavasour  of  Akester  (Acaster)=pAnne  da.  to  Edward 
in  the  Countie  of  York  youngest  sonne  of  Saltmarshe  of 
18  children  of  the  house  of  Weston.  Saltmarshe. 


Edward  Vavasour  mar.  Elizabeth  1  ux.  Lancelott  Morwyn  Mary  uxor  Eobert 
Eliz.  da.  to  Wilcocke.  2d  to  John  Cundell  Constable  of  ... . 

3d  to  Knowleys.  in  Yorkshire. 


William  Vava-=Beautrix  da.  George  Vavasour  John  Vavasour=pMargaret  da.  to 
sour  of  ...  .  to  Brad-  m.  Isabell  da.  to  of  Waltham  in  Smith wicke  of 

1584.  ford.  Pepper.  Essex.  Glocestersh. 


Edward  John  Vavasour  Nicholas  Marmaduke 

2  sonne.  son  &  heire.  3  sonne.  4  sonne. 


Vernon. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  a  fret  sable,  on  a  canton  of  the  second  a  maunch 
or.  [Vernon.]  2.  Azure,  three  lions  passant  argent  “  quere  the  collours  of 
this  coate.”  [  ]  3.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  gules,  collared  or. 


This  pedigree  is  the  same  as  that  in  Vis.  of  1612  ( post  p.  307),  but  omitting 
Joane  d.  of  Sir  Richard  Vernon  and  Joane  Griffith,  and  also  William  son  of  William 
Vernon  and  Alice -Butler,  and  calls  Sir  Henry  Vernon  Knight  of  the  Bath  to  Prince 
Arthur,  5  H.  VII.,  and  his  wife  Ann  d.  to  John  Talbot  Earl  of  Salop. 

The  pedigree  of  Vernon  contained  in  Vis.  of  1634  post  is  also  added  to  this  MS. 


eUaltictmfft 

{See  Cotton*) 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


119 


SWattrrgrabr,  @2Baltjrabf. 

(No.  1.) 

Warren  Walgrave.=f=.  .  .  .  daughter  to  ...  .  Riston. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  mullets  in 
lend  cotized  sa. 


John  Walgrave.=p.  .  .  .  daughter  to  Hastinges. 

Arms. — Or,  a  maunch  gules. 


I 

Walter  Walgrave.=p.  ...  da.  to  Sr  James  Nevell  of  Notting¬ 
hamshire. 

Arms. — Gules,  a  saltire  ermyne. 


Sr  Richard  Walgrave=p Agnes  daught.  to  ...  .  Dawbaneye. 
Knight.  Arms. — Argent,  four  lozenges  in  fess  gules. 


Sr  Richard  Walgrave  K1  46  E.  3.  ob.=pJoane  da.  to  Silvester  of  Buers. 


2  H.  4  1406. 


Arms. — Ermine,  on  a  chevron  sable 
three  crosses  patonce  or. 


Sr  Richard  Walgrave  Kl  ob.=f=Janne  da.  &  h.  to  Sr  Thomas  Mountchency  Knight 


13  H.  6.  a0  1434. 


ob.  29  H.  6  1450.  See  fHOttntCtjenQfg* 


Sr  William  Wal-=pJone  da.  to  Durward. 
grave  Kb 


Arms. — Ermine,  on  a  chevron  sable 
three  crescents  or. 


Agnes  ux.  Wm  Hunt 
of  Hunts  hall. 


I 


Richard  Walgrave= Alice  his  Sr  Thomas  Wal-=j=Elizabeth  da.  &=Sr  William 


1  son  obiit  s.p.  18  wiffe  ob.  grave  Kl  16  H.  7 

H.  6.  18  E.  4.  1500. 


heire  to  Sr  John  Saye  Knl 
Fraye.  2  husband. 


I 


Richard  AVal-  Edward  Walgrave  2d  sone  to  Sir=pElizabeth  dau.  &  heire  to 


grave  3  sonue.  Thomas,  died  in  the  Tower  a0  1561. 


John  Cheyneyof  Lynde. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Thomas  John  Walgrave  of=j=Lora  da.  to  Sr  Margerey  ux. 


Eden  Clarke  of  the  Borley  in  Essex 
Star-chamber.  ob.  1514. 


John  Rochester  Robert  Rye  of 
K4.  Preston. 


2.  Robert. 

3.  John. 

4.  Thomas. 


Sr  Edward  Wal-=pFraunces  da.  to 
grave  of  Borley  Sr  Edward 
Knight.  Nevell  Kb 


Mary  ux.  Abbell  of 
Cockeshall  in 
Essex. 


Anne. 


120 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


A  _ B  | 


Christopher  Walgrave  of=f=.  ...  da.  to  Sr  Henrey  Jernegan  of 
Norff.  Costessey  K4. 


Edward  Walgrave.=p.  ...  da.  to  Sr  Tho.  Lovell  of  Harlinge  Knight. 


1 

1  | 

2  I 

| 

Nicholas  Wal-=pKatheren  da.  to 

Mary  ux.  John 

Katharen  ux. 

Mawdely  2  ux. 

grave  of  Bor- 

....  Weston 

Lord  Petter  of 

....  Gawen 

....  South- 

ley  in  Essex. 

Browne  of  Ab- 

Writtle. 

of  Devon- 

cotte  of  Essex. 

2  sonne. 

bots  Roadinge. 

shire. 

[  Francis  ux.  Ric’s 
Weston  E.  of 
Portland  &  Lo. 
Tresuror  of 
England. 


I 

Phillip  1  son  mar.= 
to  his  1  wife  .  .  . 
da.  of  Rich. 
White  of  Hut¬ 
ton.  =j= 

I 


:Margarett  Eve 
d.  of  John 
Eve  of  Essex 
2  wife. 


Magdelen  mar. 
John  Whit- 
bredd  of 
Essex. 


Dorothy 

mar. 

Smith. 


3hn 


John  Walgrave. 


I 

William 
2  sone. 


Francis  mar.  to 
John  White. 


Mary.  ] 


( The  parts  within  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS. ) 


Anne 

uxor 

Fabion. 


I 

Jane  uxor 
Sr  Edmond 
Arundell 
K4  ob.  s.p. 


I 

Katharen  uxor 
George  Man- 
nocke  of  Gif¬ 
ford  Hall  in 
Stoke. 


I 

Sr  William=j=Margery  da.  to  Sr  Hen : 
Walgrave  Wentworthe  sister  to  Sr 
K4  18  E.  4  Roger  Wentworthe  of  Cod- 
obiit  17  H.  ham  in  Essex. 

8. 


1  till  I 

Anthoney  Wal-  William  Edmond  Mary,  uxor  Margaret  ux . ux. 

grave  2d  sone,  Walgrave  Walgrave  John  Lord  John  Ld  S4  Robert 

vide  plus  next  3d  sone.  4th  sone.  Marney.  John  of  Drewry. 

pedigree.  Bletsoe. 

Janne  a  Dorothey  ux.  George  Wal-= 

nune  at  Sr  John  grave  of 

the  Springe  of  Smalbridge 

Minoreys  Lanham.  in  Suffolke. 

in  London. 

1  1 

=Anne,  da.  to  Sr  Bridgett  ux.  Anne  ux. 

Robert  Drurey  Sr  John  .... 

of  Halsted  Kt.  Finderne  Barley  of 

2dly  to  Sr  Tho.  Knight.  Hart- 

Jermyne  Kt.  fordsh. 

George  Ackworthe  of= 
Lawford  in  Essex. 

=Margarett  dau.  Wilberfosse  of  Egleston 
in  the  bishopric  of  Durham. 

_L 

Edward  Walgrave  of  Lawford  in= 
Essex  3  sonne  to  George. 

c 


: Joanne  da.  to  George  Ackworthe  of  Lawford 
&  heire  to  her  mother. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


121 


Mary  uxor 
Isaake  Ast- 
ley  of 
Melton 
Constable 
in  Norff. 


Anne  uxor 
Humfrey 
Monoux  of 
Waltham¬ 
stow  in 
Essex. 


Elizabeth1 
da.  to 
Bartholo¬ 
mew  Ave- 
rell  of 
South 
minster 
in  Essex. 


=Edward- 
Wal- 
grave  of 
Law- 
ford  in 
Essex. 


-Sara  da.  to 
John 

High  am  of 
Giffordes 
Hall  in  Suff. 
widow  to  Sr 
Rich.  Bing¬ 
ham  K‘. 


Bridgetta 

ux. 

Thomas 
Kighley 
of  Buers 
in  Essex. 


Margery 
ux.  Wil¬ 
liam 
Clopton 
of  Bret- 
ton  in 
Essex. 


Anne  ux.  Drew  Drewry  sone  to  Jemmima. 
Sr  Drew  Drewry  Knight. 


George  Walgrave=j=Mary  da.  to  Sr  Anne  1  wilfe  to  Henrey  Bewers  of  Acton 


2  sonne,  ob. 

1551. 

Richard  Corbett 
of  Assington  Kb 

in  Suff.  after  to  Sr  Clement  Higham  and 
had  Sr  John  Higham. 

1 

Richard  Walgrave= 

f=Margerett  da.  to 

George  Walgrave  Edward  Walgrave 

2d  sonne  ob.  1589. 

....  Knighton. 

3d  sonne  ob.  s.p.  4th  sonne  ob.  s.p. 

1 

William  Walgrave  ob.  s.p. 

William  Walgrave=pElizabeth  da.  to  Edmond  Walgrave=Alica  da.  to  Rook- 

of  Hicham  in  Richard  Polley  5th  sonne.  wood  2d'y  to . 

Suff.  of  Boxsted.  Appleton. 


Thomazine  1  ux.  Will’mi 
Kempe,  2d  to  Harsenett 
bishope  of  Chechester. 


Sr  George  Wal-=j=Marye  da.  to 
grave  of  Hie-  John  Moore 
ham  Kb  of  Ipswiche. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Wra 
Appleton  of 
Ketelbaston. 


Amye  a  twyne  wth  Elizabeth,  Elizabeth  ux.  Arthure 

ob.  s.p.  Cooke  Esq. 


I 

Sir  William  Walgrave  Kt.=j= Julian,  d.  &  h.  to 
ob.  2  May  A0  1554.  SrJohn  Rainesford  Kt. 


Fellys,  uxor  Tho.  Higham  son 
&  h.  to  Sr  John  Higham  Knight. 


Margery  ux. 
John  Wise¬ 
man  of 
Cranfield  in 
Essex. 


Mary,  1  wilfe  to 
Edward  Wiatte 
2d  to  Sr  Walter 
Mildinay  Kt. 


Elizabeth  =Sr  William=Grissell,  da.  to 


sister  to 
Thomas 
Mildmaye 
1  wiffe, 
ob.  1581. 


Walgrave 
of  Smal- 
bridge  in 
Suff. 
Knight. 


Wm.  Lord 
Pagett,  widow 
to  Sr  Thomas 
Rivett  Knight. 


Dorothey 

ux. 

Arthure 
Harris  of 
Essex. 


it 


122 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1558. 


Thomas  Frances 
2d  sonne.  3d  sonne. 


_ E  I _ 

I  I  I 

4.  Walter.  6.  Henery. 

5.  Edward 
ob.  s.p. 


Avis,  wiffe  Anne, 
to  Antho-  2d 
ney  Cooke  dau. 
of  Giddey 
hall,  in  Essex. 


Sr  William  Clopton  Kt. 


Mary,  3d  dau. 
ux.  Thomas 
Clopton 
(?)  KenedelL 


Judeth,  da.  to=Sr  William  Walgrave=Jennemache  da.  to 


Sr  Robert 
Jermyne  Kt. 
1  wiffe. 


of  Smalbridge  Kt. 
Died  25th  November, 
1613. 


Sr  Nich.  Bacon  of 
Redgrave  Knight 
and  baronett. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Sr  Thomas 
Beckingham 
of  Essex  Kt. 


Elizabeth,  ux.  William  Walgrave = F r aunci  s  da.  to  Thomas 
Sr  Charles  of  Smalbridge.  Athow  sergiant  at  Lawe. 

Gawdey,  Kt. 


Jenemache. 

Phillippa. 


S®altifflrabe(  SSEaljjrabe. 

(No.  2.) 

Sr  William  Walgrave=j=M arey,  da.  to  Henrey 
of  Smalbridge,  Kt.  Wentworth  of  Codham. 


George  Wal grave, 
son  &  heire. 


Anthony  Walgrave=pElizabeth,  da.  &  heire  to  Rauffe 


3d  sonne. 


Gray  of  Burnt  Pelham  in  Com. 
Hartford. 


I 

William  =p. 


W  algrave 
of  Ilford. 


daugh. 
to  Germond 
of  Barkway. 


I 

Thomas  Walgrave: 
of  Ferrers, 

2d  sonne. 


Elizabeth,  da. 
to  Robert 
Gordon. 


Juliann. 

Barnabyc. 


I  I  I 

William=pDorothey,  da.  Thomas=Margarett  da.  &  John 

to  Richard  Walgrave  heire  to  John  2d  sone. 
Donington  of  of  Ferrers.  Holinshead  of 
Hackney.  Hempsted  in 

Essex. 


I 


Walgrave 

of 

Walthom- 

stowe. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  Isack 
—  Wyncolle 
William 
3d  sonne. 


Dorothey. 


Margarett. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


123 


♦ 


(See  Hatfjom.) 


Walstngham. 

(See  Morijcster.) 


Walter. 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 

Arms  of  Apw alter  quartering  Heveningham  as  in  that  Yis. 


Warimton. 

(See  fHonoux,  No.  2.) 


Washington. 

Arms  of  John  Washington. — Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Two  bars,  in  chief  three  mullets. 
2  and  3.  A  cross  patonce  between  four  roses. 


WatebtUe, 

(See  (Cotton.) 


124 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


2®3elrt)anu 

{See  Eagttesforb.) 


SUenttoortf). 


John  Wentworth  of  Elmeshall=p  Joanne  da.  to  Eichard 


in  com.  York  2  son  to  Wm. 
Wentworth  of  Woodhouse. 


Tyes  al’s  Teyes. 


I 


John  Wen tworth^F Alice  da.  &  sole  heire  to 


of  Elmeshall. 


Eoger  Bissett  of  Yorkshire. 


I 


John  Wentworth=pAgnes  da.  &  sole  hr  to  William 
of  Elmeshall.  Dronsfield  of  West  Bretton  in 
Yorksh. 


I 

John  Wentworth  of  Elmes-=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  Eich.  Beaumont 
hall  in  Yorkshire.  of  Whitbye  Hall  in  Yorksh. 


I  3 

John  Wentworth  of=  Elizabeth  da.  to  Wm.  Calverley 
Elmeshall  3  sonne.  3  sonne. 


|  1  |2 

Eoger  Wentwoorth  of =Margery  da.  to  Sr=pEichard  Wentworth=pMawde  da.  to 


Nettlested  in  Suff. 


Phillip  le  Spencer 
Kl  widow  to  the  L. 
Eoose. 


of  West  Bretton  in 
Yorksh.  2  sonne. 


Thom.  Lord 
Clifford. 


Joanne  da.  &  heire  to- 
Eobt.  Fitz  Symond. 
(See  Jf (tjstmonu 
under 


:Henry  Wentworth^ 
2  sonne  of  Codham 
in  Essex. 


:Elizabeth  da.  &  sole  heire 
to  Henry  Howard. 


.  I  I 

Joanne  da.  to=f=Sr  Nicholas  Wentworth  Sr  Eoger  Went-=j=Anne  da  to  Hum- 

frey  Tyrrell  2  son 
to  SrTho.  of  Heron 


Josselyne.  of  Oxfordsh.  Knight.  worth  Knight. 


I  I 

Henry.  Paul. 


I 

Peter  Wentworth  of 
Buckinghamshire. 


Continued  as  in 
Yis.  of  1612. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


125 


I  I 

Henry 

2  sonne. 

Thomas 

3  sonne. 


William 

4  sonne. 

Robert 

5  sonne. 


Margery  ux. 
Sr  Win. 

Wal  grave 
Kt.  &  had 
Anthony. 


Margaret  1  ux. 
William  Ashe- 
feilde  2d  to 
Edward  Wing- 
feilde. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Richd  Aling- 
ton  2d  to 
Cheyney. 


a  |  B 

T 

Mary  ux. 
Tymp’ley  2d 
to  Harvey. 


I 

Mathew  Wentworth  of  West=pElizabeth  da.  to  Sr  Richard 


Bretton  in  Yorkshire. 


Woodroffe  Kt. 


Thomas  Wentworth  of  Bretton.=pda.  to  Druley. 


Mathew  Wentworth  of  Bretton.=p 


Mathew  Wentworth  of  West  Bretton. 


Weston. 


William  Weston  of  Prested  Hall  in  Essex,  &  of  London,  mercer,  5  H.  8. 

Arms. — Quarterly  1.  Weston.  2.  Cave.  3.  Salle,  three  plates,  a  lordure  engrailed 
argent.  [  ]  4.  Two  lendlets  engrailed.  [  | 

Sr  Rich.  Weston  Kl  of  the  Garter  Chancellor  of  the  Exchequer  lord  high 
treasurer  of  England  1633,  ob.  March  1634,  created  Baron  Weston  of  Neyland  in 
Suff.  13  Aprill  4  K.  Charles,  &  E.  of  Portland  1633. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  eight — 1  and  8.  Or,  an  eagle  displayed  regardant  sable,  leaked 
and  numbered  or.  [Weston.]  2.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  azure  five  bezants. 
[Weston.]  3.  Cave.  4.  Gules,  three  mullets  argent.  [  ]  5.  Sable, 

on  a  bend  fiory  gules  three  escallops  or.  [  ]  6.  Ermine,  on  a  bend 

sable  three  whales’  heads  erased  argent.  [  ]  7.  Argent,  three 

ravens  vert.  [ 

The  Earle  of  Portland  at  his  funerall  has  his  Armes  thus  quartered.  For  his 
Creast  an  Eagle  rising  &  regardant  s.  his  supporters  2  greyhounds  s.  colered  g. 
garnished  o. 


Pedigree  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


126 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


Arms. — Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1634,  with  a  mullet  for  difference. 

John  Whitbrede  of  Stapleford=j=Dorothey. 
Tawney,  in  Com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Whitbread  of  Whighten  Ottley=p.  .  .  .  dau.  to  ...  .  Smithe 
(White  Notley)  in  Essex,  son  &  heire.  of  Cresing  temple. 


I 


I 


Clement  son  Christopher  Whitbreade=pMawde  da.  to 


heire 

of  Whighten  Ottley 

Frenche  of  Steb- 

).  s.p. 

(White  Notley)  in  Essex 

bynge. 

2  sone. 

....  ux.  Thomas^ 
Graye  of  Cressing 
Temple. 


Ellen,  Dennis  da.=pThomas  Whit-=j=Agnes  da.  to  Wm. 
uxor  to  to  William  breade  of 
John  Birle,  Whighten 
Birle.  1  wiffe.  Ottley  (White 
Notley). 


Hunt  of  Gosfield 
in  Essex,  2  wiffe. 


]  I 

Anne,  ux.  Margarett, 
Thomas  ux.  John 
Owtred.  Swallow  of 
Bookings. 


Thomas  Whit-=Elizabeth,  da.  & 


breade  of 
Margatyne 
(Margaretting) 
in  Essex 
son  &  heire. 


coheire  to 
Richard  White 
of  Margatyne 
(Margaretting). 


Clement  Whit-= 
breed  of 
of  Whighten 
Ottley  (White 
Notley) 

2d  sonne. 


=Mar.  da.  to 

Whittell 
of  Essex. 


Grace,  ux. 
John 
Collet  of 
Essex. 


I 


William  Whitbread  son  &  heire.  Charles  Whitbread  son  &  heire.  Ada. 


Henery  Whit-=.  ...  da, 


breade  of 
Whitnottley. 


to  Tregos 
(or  Keyes) 
of  Essex. 


William  Whit¬ 
bread  sone  & 
heire. 


I  I  I 

Mary,  uxor  Richard 
Everard  of  Blacknottley. 

Ellen,  ob.  s.p. 

Agnes,  uxor  Henry 
Wright  of  Whitnotley. 


! 

John  Whyte-=Janne,  da.  & 


bread  of 
Writtell  in 
Essex. 


h.  to  Charles 
Vaughan  of 
Darford  in 
Kent. 


I  I  II  I  III  I  I  I  I 

Thomas,  Christopher  John  3  1.  Agnes,  ux.  2.  Joane,  2  da.  5.  Ellen. 

ob.  s.p  Whitbread  sone . Petter  —  — 

of  London  —  Watsone  3.  Margarett.  6.  Dorathey. 

Barbor  Petter  of  London.  —  — 

surgeon.  4  sone.  4.  Elizabeth.  7.  Anne. 


8.  Marye,  ob.  s.p. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


127 


mm  t. 

Included  and  continued  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


atnifmu 

(No.  1.) 

Arms  of  Wilford  as  in  Yis.  of  1612,  with  a  mullet  for  difference. 
Robert  Wilford  of  Devonshire.=p 


William  James  Wil-=pElizabeth,  da.  to  ...  .  Edmond,  Robart 


Wilford 

ford  2d  sone. 

Betnam  of  Pluckney 

3d  sonne.  4th 

1  sonne. 

in  Kent. 

sonne. 

....  nupta 
Farington. 


Thomas  Wilford  William= Agnes,  da. =  Henrey  Nicholas  Katheren  ux.  Henrey 


eldest  sonne 
vide  Kent. 

John  2d  sonne. 


Wilford 

8dsonne. 


to  William  Went-  oL“ 

Hamon  of  worth  sonne. 

Acrise  in  2  bro- 

Kent  ther  to 

relicta  SrJohn. 


Gaynesford  of  Car- 
shalton  in  Surrey. 

Anne  ux.  Nicholas 
Englishe  of  London. 


John  Wilford. 


William 
2  sonne. 


Thomas  Wilford= Elizabeth  da.  to  Sr  James  Hawes 
chamberleyn  of  of  London  Alderman  &  Knight. 
London. 


Wtlforti 


♦ 


(No.  2.) 


Thomas  Wilford.=p 


James  Wilford=j=Elizabeth  da.  to  Adam  Bettenham 
of  London.  of  Pluckley  in  Kent. 


John  Wilford. 


John 
2  sonne. 


William  Robert 
3  sonne  4  sonne. 
vide  plus 
last  pedi¬ 
gree. 


Rose  da.  to=p 
William 
Wettenhall 
1  wife. 


Thomas  Wil-=f=Elizabeth  da. 
ford  of  Hart-  |  to  William 
ridge  in  1  Culpeper  of 
Kent.  |  Bedgbury 

j  2  wife. 


A 


B  i 


Nicholas 
Wilford 
5  sonne. 


128 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


AJ _ B  I 


Ciceley  ux.  Edwyn  Sandes  Bishop  of  Sr  Thomas  Wilford 
London.  =f  Kt. 


Sr  Miles  Sandes  Kc  &  baronett.  Sr  Edwin  Sandes. 


Anne  uxor 

Richard 

Tuke. 


Constance  ux.  John  Dingley 
2  to  Reignold  Heygatte. 


Mary  ux.  George  Covert 
Slowgham  in  Sussex. 


of 


Katharen  ux. 
Henry  Hud- 
des  of 
Frynsted. 


Sr  James=j=. Joyce  da. 
Wilford  to  Bar- 
of  Hart-  rett. 
ridge  in 
Kent  Kb 


Thomas  Wilford  of  Hartridge  in=pMary  da.  to  Sr  Humfrey 


Elizabeth. 


Kent  Esq. 

Browne  Kb  — 

Judeth  ob.  s.p. 

1  III  1  1 

Robert  3.  Humfrey.  William  John  Wilford  of= 

2  son.  —  4  sonne.  Quendon  in 

5.  Peter.  Essex  son  & 

—  heire  a0  1614. 

7.  Richard  ob.  sp. 

pAnne  da.  &  h.  to 
Thomas  Newman  of 
Quendon  in  Essex. 

Arms. — 3  demi 
lyons  rampa. 
gutty  g. 

II  1  1  III  II 

John  &  Thomas  Thomas  Henry  Wilford  1.  Jane.  4.  Dorothy, 

ob.  s.p.  2  sonne.  son  &  heire  —  — 

apparent.  2.  Mary.  5.  Joyce. 

3.  Elizabeth. 

Joseph  Anne  ux.  Throgmorton  of 

6  sonne  Cough  ton  in  Warw. 


I 


I 


2.  Joyce.  4.  Katharen. 

3.  Frances.  5.  Marye. 


till  I 

Elizabeth  Bridgett  ux.  Winifred  ux.  Francis= Alice  da.  &  Jane  ux.  WIU 


ux.  George 

Leonard 

Nicholas 

Wilford  of 

h.  to  Wm 

Roydon  2  to 

Clarke  of 

Digges  of 

Smithe  of 

Noning- 

Sampson 

John  Siden- 

Wroth  am. 

Wootton. 

Essex. 

ton  in 
Kent. 

Vice  Mar-  ham  3  to 

shall  of  Callis.  Percy. 

Francis.  James  Wilford = 
—  of  Nonin  gton 

Henry.  in  Kent  1614. 

John. 


=dau.  to  Sr 
Edw. 
Sones 
Kb 


!  I 

Peregrine  ux.  John  Nether- 
sole  of  Nethersole. 

Abigail  ux.  Rob1  Butler  de 
Pritwell  (Prittlewell)  in  Essex. 


Mary  ux. 
George 
Willes  of 
Wood- 
church. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


129 


Wind). 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612.  No  Arms. 


asaiscntan. 

(No.  1.) 

Same  as  WUQtmun  (No.  1)  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


STOseman. 

(No.  2.) 

As  in  Vis.  of  1612,  fflEitseman  (No.  2)  down  to — 


William  Wiseman  .=pMary  da.  to  G-lascotte. 
(And  thus  continues  : — ) 


John  Wiseman  of  Canfield=f= Agnes  da.  to  Sr  Raffe  Josslyn 


in  Essex. 


Maior  of  London. 


Clement  ux.  Richard  Everard  Anne  wife  1  to  ...  .  Marguret  1  ux.  Everard 
of  Waltham  Bury.  Lindhill  2  to  ...  .  2  to  Churche. 

Glasscock  of  Roxwell. 


Phillipe  ux. 

Margery  ux.  John 

1 

Katharen  ux. 

John  Wise-=pMargery  da.  to  Sr 

Glaseotte  of 

Pascall  of  Much 

Tho.  Yonge 

man  of 

William  Wal- 

Minchin  in 

Baddow. 

of  Yonges 

Canfield. 

grave  Kt. 

Dunmow. 

Newland. 

John  Wiseman  mar. 
Anne  da.  to  John 
Leventhorp  &  died 
without  issue. 

William  Wiseman  2 
sonne  ob.  s.p. 


Thomas=p Alice  da.  & 


Wise¬ 
man  of 
Can- 
field  3 
sonne. 


h.  to 
Robert 
Mylles  of 
Sutton  in 
Suffolk. 


Ellen  ux.  = 
Tho. 

Fitche  of 
Little 
Canfield 
in  Essex. 


George  Win- 
gat  te  of 
Harlington 
in  Bedford¬ 
shire 

2  husband. 


Jane  ux. 
Nicholas 
Brockett 
of  Will- 
ingale  Doe 
in  Essex. 


Edmond  Wiseman  4 
sonne. 


130 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


|  '  13141516 

John  Wise-  William, 
man  eldest  — 
sonne  ob.  Thomas, 
s.p.  - 

Kenellum. 


Robert  Wiseman=pAnne  da.  to 


of  Castle  Can- 
field  Hall  in 
Essex  2  son  & 
heire. 


Sr  Gamaliel 
Capell  Kb 


Mary  ux.  Tho.  Boulton 
of  Woodbridge  in  Suf¬ 
folk. 

Susanna. 


Edmund. 


Parnell. 


John  Wiseman  son  &  heire. 


Wither. 

Arms  (Harl.  MS.  1541,  fo.  161). — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Wither,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612, 
without  the  difference.  2.  Azure,  three  standishes  argent.  [Standish.] 
3.  Quarterly  1.  Argent,  on  a  lend  azure  three  bucks'  heads  cabossed  or. 
[Stanley.]  2.  Or,  on  a  chief  indented  azure  three  plates.  [Lathom.] 
3.  Gules,  three  legs  conjoined  in  the  fess  point,  in  armour  proper,  garnished 
and  spurred  or.  [Isle  of  Man.]  4.  Chequy  or  and  azure.  [Warren.] 
Crest. —  Quarterly  or  and  azure  a  demi-hare,  in  the  mouth  three  ears  of  wheat  of  the 
first,  [Withers.] 


Thomas  Wither  of  Lancaster.^ 

L 


Richard  Wither  of  Hun-=pda.  to  Lee  of 


starton  in  the  p’ishe  of 
Wrenbury  in  com. 
Chester  2  son. 


Lee  in 
Cheshire  the 
same  p’she. 


I 

Thomas  Wither 
servant  to  the 
Abbott  of  Whalley 
eldest  son. 


Robert  Wither  dwelt 
at  Manydowne  in 
Hampshire  3  sonne. 


Robert  Wither  of^Ermyne  da.  to 


Wrenbury 
receiver  for  the 
Earle  of  Salop. 


Whitacre  of 
Nantwich. 


Thomas  Wither 
came  to  Glas¬ 
tonbury  in 
Somersetsh. 


Alice  ux. 
Wm.  Lee 
of  York¬ 
shire. 


Richard 
Wither 
a  bastard. 


I.l  I  I  I 

Thomas  Wither  George  Wither  Margery  ux.  Richard  Wither  Alice  ux.  Tho- 


2  sonne. 

3  sonne.  Hulse  &  had  4  sonne. 

=f=  4  children.  =p 

mas  Ward  of 
London. 

1 

1 

1 

1 

Thomas 
Wither  of 
Bucking- 
hamsh’. 

1  1 

Jane. 

Thomas  3 
sonne. 

II.  1 

Robert  Wither  Lawrence 

son  &  heire.  Wither. 

Lawrence  Wither  a 
merchant  of  London. 

1 

Emelie. 

1 

Lawrence  Ward 
&  3  daughters. 

THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1558. 


131 


A| 


Laurence  Wither  Citizen^ 
&  Alderman  of  London. 


'Elizabeth  da.  &  sole  heire  to  Robt.  Standish  by  the  da. 
&  h.  to  Stanley  4  brother  to  the  E.  of  Derby. 


Fabian  Wither=p  Alice  da.  to  Rich. 


of  London 
son  &  heire. 


ap  Howell  ap 
Ednevett. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Tho. 
Davis  Citizen  of 
London. 


Anne  ux.  Wm.  Robin¬ 
son  of  London 
Cloth  worker. 


I  I  II 

Laurence  Wither  Samuel  2  Elizabeth.  Sarah, 
son  &  heire. 


1  |  2  |  3  | 

Henry.  George.  William. 


sonne. 


....  da.  to  Scott=f=George  Wither  Doctor  of  Divinity=pPriscilla  da.  to  ... .  Stilbery 


of  Kent  2  wife. 


Archdeacon  of  Colchester  2  sonne 
A0 1614. 


whose  mother  came  out  of 
Gilderland. 


Nicholas.  Mary. 

Abell  ob. 
s.p. 


Thomas  Wither 
Archdeacon  of 
Colchester 
son  &  heire. 


Lawrence=da.  to 
Wither  Audi- 

2  son  tor 

of  Essex.  Curie. 


George  Wither = Anne  da. 
of  Danbury  to  Leices- 

in  Essex  ter  of 

3  son.  Cheshire. 


(Mortijej). 

(See  (Kola  mg.) 


Wortlep. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Wodpije. 

(See  lEorgan,  No.  1.) 


Written. 

(See  Horfjester.) 


132 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1558. 


mxoti). 

Crest,  Arms,  and  Motto. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Another  Crest. — A  lion's  head  erased  argent  crowned  or.  [Wroth.] 


John  Wrothe  Maior  of  London  A0  1361.=p 

_ J 

I 

Robert  Wrothe.=p.  ...  da.  to  Sr  Tho.  Lewknor. 

_ j 

Thomas  Wrothe.=pMargaret  da.  to  Newdigate. 


Robert  Wroth ep= Jana  filia  Sr  Thomas  Hawt 


armiger  of  En¬ 
field. 


deinde  Thomas  Goodere 
mil’is. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Sr  John  Jermy  of 
Mattfield  (Metfield)  Castell  in 
Snfif.  6  E.  4. 


Thomas= 

pMary  da.  to 

1  1 

Dorothy  ux.  John= 

Wroth 

Rich'1  dn’s 

Edw.  Lewk-  Wroth. 

miles. 

Rich.  canc. 

nor  of 

Anglirn. 

Kingston. 

William  Wroth=pda.  to 


the  younger  of 
Hertfordshire. 


Wetherall. 


Robert=pSuzanna  da.  &  sole 


Wroth 
miles. 


heire  to  J.  Stoner 
of  Loughton  in 
Essex. 


Ux.  Robt. 
Burgoin  de 
com.  War¬ 
wick. 


Ux. 

Goddard. 


Robert. 

John. 


Richard = da.  of 
Wroth . 


Robert=pfilia  Robti 


Wroth 

miles. 


Sidney  co. 
Leicester. 


John  Wroth  of 
Durants. 

Thomas  Wroth 
ob.  s.p. 


Henry  Wroth  of=j=Jane  da.  of  Sr  Thomas 
Woodbery  Hill  Harris  of  Maldon  in 
in  Hertfordshire.  Essex. 


James  Wroth  ob.  s.p. 


I  I 

John  Wroth.  Robert  ob.  s.p. 


Margery  1  ux. 

Edward. 

Peter. 

John  Wroth 

Thomas  Wroth= 

pMarg1  da. 

Isaac  Hill  2  to 

— 

— 

3  son  of 

2  son  miles. 

Rich.  Rich 

Tho.  Wyatt  of 

Richard. 

Gersona 

London. 

of  Loehall 

Barking  Essex. 

ob.  s.p. 

1 

in  Essex. 

John  Wroth  son  &  h.  Elizabeth  ux.  Edw’di  Cleere  Miles  of  Norfolk. 


2Upatt. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612.  Crest  and  Arms  as  in  first  shield  in  that  Vis. 


€f)e 


'Vttfftatton  of  1612. 

- — - 


ailejrn. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Sable,  a  cross  potent  or.  [Aleyn’s  owld 
cotte.]  2  and  3.  Ermine,  on  a  chevron  sable  three  bezants. 
[Leighe.] 

2.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Or,  on  a  fess  vert  three  lions  rampant  of 
the  first.  [Aleyn.]  2  and  3.  Leighe  impaling  quarterly 
1  and  4.  Per  pale  indented  argent  and  sable  a  saltire 
counterchanged.  [Scott.]  2.  Azure ,  between  eight  cross- 
crosslets  three  boars'  heads  erased  argent.  [Swynbourn.] 
3.  Gules,  a  fess  cotised  between  two  frets  argent.  [Drax.] 
Crests. — 1.  A  demi-lion  azure,  holding  in  his  paws  the  rudder  of  a  ship  or.  [Aleyn’s 
owld  creste.] 

2.  Between  two  branches,  leaved  vert,  a  broken  sword  erect  proper,  hilled  or. 

[Aleyn,  8  July,  1589,  p’  Cooke  Claren.] 

3.  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  a  demi-unicorn  argent.  [Leighe.] 


John  Aleyne  of  Thaxted  in  Com.  Essex  Gentleman=j=Margaret  daugh.  and  heir 


iii  the  28  of  K.  Henry  8  A0  1536  and  of  Hatfield 
Peverel. 


to  Giles  Leighe  of  Walton 
in  com.  Surrey. 


Giles  Aleyue  of=pChristian  dau. 
Hatfield  Peverell  to  John 
in  Essex  West. 

2d  sonne. 


I 

Christopher 
Aleyn 
3d  sonne. 


Catherine  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Baker  of 
Chesterford. 


J 


John  sonne  and  heire. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Barneby  of 
Colchester. 

Agnes  mar.  to 

William 

Higham. 


John  Aleyn  of  Thaxted  in  com.  Essex  Esquier=j=Elizabeth  daugh.  to 
sonne  and  heire.  ....  Alabaster. 


A 


134 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


I 

Edmond  Aleyne=Martha  dau. 


of  Hatfield 
Peverell  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


and  coheire 
of  John 
Glascock  of 
Powers  Hall 
in  Witham 
in  com. 
Essex  ar. 


Thomas  2d  sonne 
mar.  Mary  dau. 
to  ...  .  Fare- 
clough  of  Hert¬ 
fordshire 
Esquier. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Christopher 
Goldingham  of 
Bulmer  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier. 


Edward  Aleyn=Elizabeth 


of  Little 
Leighs  in 
com.  Essex  ar. 
sonne  and 
heire. 


dau.  and 
coheire  to 
George 
Scott  of 
Little 
Leighs  ar. 


I 

Mary  mar.  to 
William  Coys 
of  North 
Okendon 
buried  there 
with  a  fair 
gravestone. 


I  I 

John  and 

Henry 

obierunt. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Robert 
Castell  of  East 
Hatley  in  com. 
Cambridge 
Gent. 


I 

Mary  mar.  to 
....  Hall  2d 
sonne  to  Hen. 
Hall  of 
Greatford  in 
com.  Lincoln 
Esquier. 


I  I 

Ann  and 
Agnes 
obierunt 
s.p. 


Edward  sonne 
and  heire. 


George  2d 
sonne. 


John  3d  sonne 
ob.  s.p. 


Robert  3d  sonne 
living. 


I 

Dorathie  obiit 
sine  prole. 


•Jppulton,  Jplcton. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  between  three  apples  leaved  and 
slipped  azure  a  fess  engrailed  sable.  [Appulton.]  2. 
Argent,  a  bear  salient  sable,  muzzled  and  crowned  or. 
[Appulton.]  3.  Sable,  between  three  griffins'  heads  erased 
a  chevron  argent,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  three  mascles  of 
the  first  [Clarke],  in  the  fess  point  a  crescent  for  difference, 
impaling  per  pale  argent  and  gules  a  crescen  t  for  difference. 
[Waldegrave.] 

2.  Quarterly  as  above,  bearing  the  arms  of  Ulster  impaling 
sable  a  fess  between  three  sheldrakes  argent.  [Sheldon.] 
Crest. — An  elephant's  head  sable,  eared  and  tusked  or,  in  the  mouth  a  snake  vert, 
coiled  about  the  trunk.  [Appulton.] 


Thomas  Appulton=p Joyce,  daugh.  to  Sr  Robert  Tirrell 
of  Kente  of  Essex  Knight,  Mr  of  the  horse 

Gentleman.  to  K.  H.  the  8th. 


Roger  Apulton  of  Kente, =pAnn,  daugh.  to  Sr  John  Suliard 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire  of  Wetherden  Hall  in  com.  Suff. 
and  of  Dartford.  Knight. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


135 


Henry  Apulton  of=Margarett, 


Dartford  in  com. 
Kent  Essequie’r 
sonne  and  heire. 


daugh. to 
John  Roper 
of  Kente 
Esquier. 


A\ 

Jayne,  mar.  first  to  Sr  John 
Wentworth  Knight,  2dly  to 
Sr  William  Gargrave  of 
Yorkshire,  Knight 
2d  husband. 


Walter  Clarke 
of  Hadleigh 
in  com.  SufFolke 
Gentlem. 


Roger  Appulton=Agnis,  daugh.  to 


of  Benflete  in 
com.  Essex 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Edward  &  sister 
and  heir  to  Wal¬ 
ter  Clarke,  she 
after  mar.  to 
Thomas  Gibbon 
of  Lynne  Esquier. 


Margarett,  mar. 
to  John  Ufflett 
of  Somerletowne 
in  com.  Suffolke 
Gentle. 


Edward  Clarke  of  Hadleigh 
in  com.  Suffolke  esquier 
sonne  &  heire  mar.  Edeth 
dau.  to  Lyonell  Tollemache 
of  Helmingham  in  com.  Suf¬ 
folk,  esquier  obiit  s.p. 


I 

William  Apultom 
of  Kettell-baston 
Hall,  in  com. 

Suff.  Gentleman, 
2d  sonne. 


^Elizabeth  dau.  to 
George  and  sister  to 
S1'  George  Walde- 
grave  of  Hitcham  in 
com.  Suffolk  knight. 
She  died  1612. 


Roger  3d  sonne. 

Ann  4th 

Alice  mar.  to 

— 

daugh. 

Henry 

John  4th  sonne. 

— 

Barney  of 

— 

Agnis 

Reedham  in 

Edmond  5th  sonne 

5th 

com.  Norff. 

ob.  s.p. 

daugh. 

esquier. 

William  sonne 
and  heire,  age 
15  a0 1612. 


I 

Henry  2d 
sonne  age 
10°  1612. 


Mary  age  17  1612,  mar.  to 
William  Barwick  parson  of 
Suffolk. 


Mildinge  in  com 


I  I 

Frauncis  Martha 
age  11  age  7 

a0  1612.  a0  1612. 


t  1 

Margarett, 
mar.  to 
Peter  Loone. 


Mary,  mar.  to  Sr  Rich¬ 
ard  Warde  of  Hurst  in 
Barkeshir  knight. 


Henry  Apulton  of=j=Fayth,  dau.  to  Wil- 
Benflete  in  com.  i  liam  Cardinall  of 
Essex  esquier  j  Much  Bromley  in 
sonne  and  heire.  I  Essex,  esquier. 


r 


i 


Sr  Roger  Apulton  of  Ben-=pAnn,  daugh.  to  Sr  Thomas  Mildmaye  Edward  2d  sonne. 


flete  on  the  Hill  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight  and  Baro- 
nett  sonne  and  heire,  obiit 
a0  1614. 


of  Moulsham  in  com.  Essex,  Knight 
she  2dly  mar.  to  John  Pascall  of  Faythe  onely 
Baddow,  Essex.  daughter. 


Sr  Henry  Apulton  of  Ben-=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sheldon 
flette  in  com.  Essex,  of  Beley  (Besley)  in 

sonne  and  heire  knight,  com.  Worster  Esqu. 
Barronett. 


....  daugh.  mar.  to  Fraun. 
Goldsmith  of  Dartford  in 
Kente  esquier.  She  is  buryed 
in  Barking  Church  by  ye 
Tower. 


136 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Ermine,  on  a  cross  sable  a  crescent  or  [Archer],  impaling 
gules,  three  cinquefoils  ermine.  [Kente.] 

2.  Archer,  a  mullet  for  difference,  impaling  paly  of  six 

argent  and  azure,  over  all  on  a  bend  sable  three  annulets  or. 
[Saunderson.] 

3.  Archer,  impaling  argent,  on  a  cross  sable  a  leopard's  head  or. 

[Bridges.] 

Crest. — A  wyvern  argent,  [Archer.] 


John  de  Boys  al’s  Archer  sonne  and  heire  to  Symond.= 


1 


Richard  Archer  of  They  don  Gernon  in=p  Joanne,  dau.  and  heire  to  John  Revell 
com.  Essex  esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  of  Newport  Ponde  in  com.  Essex. 


Robart  Archer=p Joanne,  dau.  to  William  Archer=pAgnis,  dau.  to  John  Danyell 


Rowgood. 


2d  sonne. 


of  Burntwood  in  Essex. 


Gentleman 
sonne  and 
heire. 

I  '  ,  I  I  I  ,  , 

Richard  Archer=pMargarett,  Thomas  Henry  Archer  of=Ann,  Richard  2d 


Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire. 


daugh.  to 
Kente. 


2d  Theydon  Gernon  dau.  sonne  mar. 

sonne.  in  com.  Essex  to  Ann,  dau.  to 

esquier  sonne  &h .  Jo.  Lynnet. 


'  I  I 

Edward  sonne  &  heire.  Richard  2d  sonne. 


John  Archer  of  Baker  in  Eppinge  in=f=Ellen,  daugh.  to  Sanshar 
com.  Essex  Gentleman  2d  sonne.  al’s  Sanshan. 


Thomas  3d 
sonne. 


[John  Archer  of 
Booking  father 
to  Mris  Hen- 
shaw.] 


William  Archer  of=Isabell,  daugh.  to  John  [Henry  Archer 
Eppinge  in  com.  Serle  of  North  Weald  of  Coopersale 

Essex  Gentleman,  Bassett,  in  com.  Essex,  al’s  Gernons. 

3d  sonne.  Gent.  =f 


Henry  Archer  of==Clemence  dau. 


Stoneplace  in  the 
Parishe  of  Lang- 
don  Hills  in  com. 
Essex  Gentle, 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Bridges  of 
Felsted  in 
com.  Essex 
Gent. 


I  I 

Judeth  mar.  to 
George  Campion 
of  Eppinge. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to 
Lawrence  Stacy 
of  Eppinge. 


Daye,  mar.  to 
Richard  Spran- 
ger  of  North 
Weald  Bassett. 

Francis  2d 
sonne. 


Stephen. 

Thomas. 

Simon.] 


Henry  sonne  and  heire  Edward  2  sonne.  John  obiit  s.p.  Edward  obiit  s.p. 
[  of  L  angdon  hills,  a0 1 6 34 ] .  a 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


137 


_ Aj 

I  I 

John  Archer  mar.  Joanne  daugh.  to  Thomas  2d  sonne. 
Horsmanden  of  Kente. 

_ yr 

John  Archer  of  London  mar.  Mawdelyn 
daugh.  to  Saunderson  of  London. 

=r 


Killingis  Archer  Henry  2d  Jayne  1  Cissley  2  Anne  3  Mary  4 

sonne  and  h.  sonne.  dau.  dau.  dau.  dau. 

( The  parts  within  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


argali. 

Arms. — Per  fess  argent  and  vert  a  pale  counter  changed,  three  lions'  heads  erased 
gules  [Argall],  impaling  quarterly  1  and  4.  Or,  a  leopard  rampant  sable, 
spotted  argent.  [  .]  2  and  3.  Ermine,  on  a  chevron  gules  five 

bezants.  [Grant.] 

Crest. — A  sphinx  or,  winged  argent.  [Argall.] 

Jonn  Argall  of  London  Gentleman. p= 


Thomas  Argall  of=j=Margarett,  daugh.  to  John  Talkarne  (Tallakarne)  of  Cornwall 
London  Esquier,  2d'y  she  mar.  to  Sr  Giles  Allington  of  Horsehed  in  com.  Cam- 
sonne  and  heire.  bridge,  Knight. 


Richard  Argall  of= 
Est  Sutton  in 

Com.  Kente 
Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 

1  III  1 

=Mary,  daugh.  Lawrence  John  3  sonne.  Anne,  mar.  first 

to  Sr  Reynold  2d  sonne  —  to  Thomas  Sisley 

Scott,  of  Scott’s  mar.  the  Rowland  4  of  Essex,  2d  to 

Hall  in  com.  daugh.  of  sonne.  Augustyne 

Kente,  knight.  Bery  of  —  Steward  of 

Oxford-  Gaberell  5  London  esquier. 

shir.  sonne. 

John  Argall  of  Col-=j 
Chester  in  com. 

Essex  Esq.  sonne 
and  h. 

pSara  daugh.  to  Edward  Thomas  and  Sr  Richard  2d  sonne. 
Grante  Doctor  of  Raynold  died  — 

Divinity.  w*owt  issue.  Samuell  3d  sonne. 

1  .  1  1 

John  sonne  and  heire.  Richard  2  sonne.  Mary,  only  daugh. 

(Thomas,  Harl.  MS.  1541,  62  b.) 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  Edward  Mary,  mar.  to  Raynold  Jayne  mar.  to  Pawle  Flette- 
Fillmere  of  Este  Sutton  in  Kempe  of  Wye  in  wood  of  Roshall  in  com. 

Kente,  Knight.  Kente  Esquire.  Lancash.  esquire. 


Margerett  mar.  to  Edm.  Ran- 
dolfe  of  Aylesford  in  Kent 
Esqre. 


Catherin  mar.  to  Ray-  Sara  6th  daugh. 
nold  Bathurst  of  Hor¬ 
ton  in  Kente  esquire. 


T 


138 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


astlep. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1 .  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Astley.  2.  Harcourt.  3.  Turber- 
vyle,  impaling  quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  a  pale  fusily 
sable.  [Daniell.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  wolf  stalant  regard¬ 
ant  sable.  [ 

2.  Quarterly — as  above,  a  crescent  for  difference. 

Crest. — On  a  chapeau  ermine  or  a  plume  of  feathers  argent,  banded  gules  and 
environed  with  a  ducal  coronet  or.  [Astley.] 


Thomas  Lord  Astley  of  Astley,  sonne  and  heire 
to  Giles  sonne  to  Sr  Andrew  Astley  Knight  and 
Barron  of  Astley  sonne  to  Sr  Thomas,  lord  of 
Estleigh  slayne  at  Evesham  in  the  49  yeare  of 
K.  Henry  3d  a0  1265. 

n3 

 I 


Sr  William  Astley  Knight=j=Catherin  syster  Sr  Thomas  Astley=j=Elizabeth  dau.  and 


Barron  of 
and  heire. 


Astley, 


sonne 


to  the  Lord 
Willowbie. 


Knight,  2d  sonne. 


heire  to  Hare- 
conrte  Esquier. 


Joanne  daugh.  and  sole  heire 
mar.  to  Reaynold  Lord  Graye 


of  Ruthyne. 


Thomas  Astley 
Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Sr  John  Astley  Knight  of  the 
Garter,  2d  sonne  maryed  and 
had  issue. 


i 


William  Astley  of  Patishall  in  com.  Stafford 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire,  whose  Posteritye 
remayneth  there. 


Thomas  Astley  of  Hilmorton  and 
Melton  constable  in  com.  Nor- 
ffolke,  esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


Isabell  daugh.  to=Thomas  Astley  of  Hilmorton  in  coin.=pElizabeth  dau.  to  Hacres. 


Jefforey  Oke 
first  wife. 


Norffolke  ar.  sonne  and  heire. 


Arms.- 
arg *. 


■Gules  3  escollops 


John  Astley  of  Hilmorton  and  Melton  Constable=pElizabeth  daugh.  to  Wichingham 
in  com.  Norffolke,  esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


of  Norffolke  ar. 


Thomas  Astley  of  Hilmorton  and  Melton=j=daugh.  to  Lomner  of  Man- 
Constable  in  com.  Norffolke  Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


ington  in  com.  Norffolke. 


Robart 
2d  sonne. 


Ann_daugh.  to  Cruse=pThomas  Astley  of  Hilmorton  and=f=Ann  daugh.  to  Wood 

syster  to  the  Lady 
Bullen,  2d  wyfe. 


of  Warwickshyre,  ar. 
first  wyfe. 

A 


Melton  Constable  in  com.  Norffolke 
Esquier  sonne  and  heire. 

B 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


139 


A| 


Thomas  Astley 
Writtell  in  com. 
Essex,  esquier 
sonne  and  heire 
Groome  of  the 
Chamber  to  Q. 
Eliz.  buried  in 
Writtell  church 
by  Paddy 
Lancaster  and 
Lante  purcullis. 


of=f=Mary  daugh. 
to  S1'  An¬ 
thony  Den¬ 
ney  of  Hart- 
fordshir  one 
of  the  privie 
Cowncell  to 
K.  H.  8. 


_ b  | _ 

I  I 

John  Astley  Richard  Astley 
master  of  the  Jew-  of  the  Jewell 
ell  howse  and  howse,  3d  sonne 
Gent,  of  the  Privie  mar.  Margarett 
Chamber  to  Q.  Eli-  daugh.  to 
zabeth  mar.  Mar-  Will’m  Stam- 
garett  daugh.  to  ford  Justice  of 
Thomas,  Lord  ye  Common 
Graye,  brother  to  Pleace. 
ye  Duke  of  Nor- 
ffolke. 


John  Astley 
of  Melton 
Constable  in 
com.  NorfF. 
whose  Issue 
remayneth 
there. 


Alice  daugh.  and  coheire  to=pSr  Andrew  Astley  of  =  Mary  daugh.  to  Kettredge 
John  Daniell  of  Messing  in  Writtle  in  com.  Essex  of  London  and  widow  to 
com.  Essex  ar.  first  wife.  Knight  sonne  and  heire.  Dry  wood  of  Essex  2nd  wife. 


Thomas  Astley  Danyell  Edward 

Esq.  sonne  2d  sonne  3d  sonne 

and  heire  a  a  twin  s.p. 

twin.  s.p. 


Andrew  John 
4th  sonne.  5th 

sonne. 


Mary  mar.  to  Thomas 
Darcy  of  Tolshunt 
Darcy  Esquire  m.  6 
of  July  a0  1621. 


Thomas  Elizabeth  mar.  to  Edw.  Darcy  Frauncis  mar.  to  Sr  William  Harris  of 

2d  sonne.  of  ye  Privie  Chamber.  Shenfield  in  Essex  Knight. 


attblep,  Stoheltp. 

Arms  (2  shields.) — 1 .  Quarterly — or  and  azure  in  the  second  and  third  quarters  an 
eaqle  displayed  of  the  first,  over  all  on  a  lend  azure  a  fret  of 
the  first.  [Audrey.] 

2.  Same  with  a  crescent  for  difference,  impaling  sable  a  cross 
engrailed  argent  between  four  passion  nails  of  the  second  a 
crescent  for  difference.  [Marbery.] 

Crest. — On  a  chapeau  gules  turned  up  ermine  a  wyvern  azure  wings  or.  [Audley.] 


Thomas  Awdeley  of  Essex  Gentlemans 


I 


Henry  Awdeley  of  Gransden  in  com.  Huntington=j=.  .  .  .  daugh. 


Gentle.  3d  sonne. 


to  . 


Thomas  Awdeley  of  Holton  Conquest  in  com.^pAnn  daugh.  to  Robart  Hewit  of 
Bedford  Esq.  sonne  and  heire.  I  Bedfordshir  Esquier. 

A 


B 


140 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Robart  Awdeley  of  Gransden: 
in  com.  Huntington  Esquier. 


I 

Robart  Awde-=pElizabeth 


:Catherin  daugb.  to  Will’m 
Plumer  of  Hartfordsh. 


rillia 


William 
2a  sonne. 


Thomas 
3d  sonne. 


ley  Esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


daugh. to 
Jo.  Mar- 
bery 
Esquier. 


William 
2d  sonne. 

Thomas 
4th  sonne. 


Henry  Awde-=FAnn  dau. 
leyofDagham  to  Thom. 
( Dagenham)  Moore  of 
in  Essex,  3d  Orsett  in 
sonne.  Essex. 


Catherin  mar. 
to  Henry  Be¬ 
dell  of  Catt- 
worth  in  com. 
Hunting. 


Robart  sonne  and  heire. 


Ann  daugh.  &  sole  heire  1618. 


Sr  Thomas  Awdeley  of  Saffron  Walden 
in  com.  Essex,  Lord  Chancelor  of  Eng¬ 
land,  tempore  Henry  8th  buryed  at 
Walden.  _ 


Robert  Awdeley  of  Beere- 
Church  in  Essex,  Esquire 
2d  sonne. 


to 


.  daugh. 


I 

Margarett  dau.  &  sole  heire  mar. 
to  her  first  husband  Henry  Dud¬ 
ley,  slayne  at  Sfc  Quintances  a0 
1557  w'owt  issue,  2dy  she  mar.  to 
Thomas  Howard  ye  4th  duke  of 
Norffolke  behedded  one  ye  Tower 
hill  a0  1572.  She  lyeth  buryed  in 
Norwich. 


I 

Thomas  Awdeley=p  Catherin  dau. 


of  Beere  Church 
in  com.  Essex,  ar. 
sonne  &  heire. 


to  Sr  Robart 
Sowthwell  of 
Woodrisinge 
in  com.  Norf. 
Knight. 


John  Awde¬ 
ley  of  Gos- 
becksincom. 
Essex,  2d 
sonne. 


Robart  Awde-- 
ley  of  Beere 
Church  in 
Essex, 

Esquier, 
sonne  and 
heire. 


:Catherin  dau. 
to  Edward 
Lord  Windsor 
of  Bradenham 
in  com. 
Buckingh. 


Thomas  Awde¬ 
ley  of  Attel- 
bridge  in  com. 
Norfolk  Gent. 
2d  sonne. 


:Catherin  dau. 
toKnackballd 
(Knatchbull) 
of  Sawltwood 
Castellin  Kent 
She  2dly  mar  to 
Perce  Buttler 
of  Callan 
Castellin  com. 
Kill  Kenett 
(Killkenny) 
in  Ireland. 


Dorathe  mar.  John 
Darcy  of  Tiptree 
in  com.  Essex, 
esquier. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to 
William  Nutt- 
broune  of  Stann- 
waye  in  Essex,  ar. 


Sr  Henry  Awde-=.  .  .  .  dau. 
ley  of  Beere  to  ...  . 
church  Knight, 
sonne  &  heire. 


Robart 
2d  sonne. 


I 


Catherin 

onely 

daugh. 


Catherin  dau. 
&cohe.mar.to 
Rich.  Buttler, 
sonne  &  heire 
to  Perce  Butt¬ 
ler  of  Ireland. 


Ann  2d  dau.  & 
coheiremar.  to 
Thebald  Butt¬ 
ler,  2d  sonne  to 
Perce  Buttler 
Esq. 


I 

Perce  Buttler. 


I 

Catherin. 


A  daugh. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


141 


ajHoffc. 

Arms. — Sable ,  a  lion  rampant  between  three  crosses  patee  or,  on  a  canton  the  badge  of 
Ulster  [Ayloffe],  impalmg  quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Or,  on  a  bend  engrailed 
azure  three  cinquefoils  of  the  first.  [Harris.]  2.  Ermine,  three  bezants.  [ 

3.  Sable,  on  a  bend  or  three  cinquefoils  gules.  [  ]  4.  Quarterly  or 

and  gules  a  bordure  engrailed  sable.  [  ]  5.  Gules,  on  a  bend  azure 

three  cinquefoils  or,  a  bordure  ermine.  [ 

Crest. — A  demi-lion  rampant,  couped  or,  collared  gules.  [Ayloffe.] 


John  Ayloffe  of  Essex  Gentleman.=p Agnes  dau.  to  Thomas  Weste. 


Thomas  Ayloffe  of  Essex  Gentleman=pAgnes  dau.  to 
sonne  and  heire.  Thomas  Birche. 


William  Ayloffe  of  Brittayns  in  the=Mawde,  daugh.  to 


parishe  of  Horne  Church  in  com. 
Essex  Esquier  wher  he  lyeth  buried 
under  an  alter  monument. 


Sr  John  Shaa 
Knight  Lord 
Mayor  of  London. 


I 

Agnis,  mar.  to  Sr  John 
Bridges  Knight  Lord 
Mayor  of  London  13  of 
K.  H.  8,  1521. 


Ann,  daugh.  to  Sr  Tho-= 
mas  Barnardeston  of 
Ketton  in  com.  Suf- 
folke  first  wyfe. 


William  Ayloffe=Margarett 
of  Brettayns  in  daugh.  to 
com.  Essex  Foster  2d 

Esquier  sonne  wyfe  obiit 
and  heire.  s.p. 


I 

Thomas  2d 
sonne  mar. 
ye  dau.  to 
Walsing- 
ham. 

I 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Gainsford  of 
Crowhurst  in 
Surrey. 


of  Brittayns  in 
com.  Essex 
esquier  sonne 
and  hr. 


=J  ayne,  dau.  to 

1  1  1 

Thomas  2d  sonne 

1  1 

Mary. 

William  Ayloffe  mar. 

Eustace 

— 

— 

ye  dau.  to  John 

Suliard  of 

Gyles  3d  sonne. 

Eliza- 

Colche  al’s  Sterne  of 

Flemings  in 

— 

beth. 

Suffolke. 

Essex  esquir. 

Rauffe  4th  sonne. 

Barbary  daugh.=Sr  William  Ayloffe  of  Britteins  in=.  •  .  .  daugh.  and 


to  Sexton, 
2d  wyfe. 


Essex  and  of  Braxsted  in  the  same 
countye  knighted  yc  11  of  Maye 
A0  1603  and  Knight  Barronett 
sonne  and  heire. 


M/ 


coheire  to  Sterne 
of  Cambridgsh. 
juxta  Royston. 
first  wyfe. 


Thomas 

2  sonne. 

George 

3  sonne. 


James  Ayloffe  Esquier  and  of  Britteins  in  Essex=.  .  .  .  dau.  to  Sr  William  Harris 
nowe  Knight  Barr,  sonne  &  heire.  of  Shenfield  in  Essex  Kt. 


JSafeer. 

{See  Barrett.) 


142 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


JSaittncj^ 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1.  Or,  two  bars  sable,  each  charged  with  as  many 
escallops  of  the  first.  [Baninge.]  2.  Or,  on  an  orb  gules 
a  raven  proper.  [Raven.]  3.  Or,  on  a  chief  indented 
gules  two  gauntlets  of  the  first,  a  crescent  far  difference. 
[Blobolde.]  4.  Azure,  a  chevron  ermine  cotised  between 
three  martlets  or.  [Norden.] 

Surmounted  by  a  Viscount's  crown.  Supporters,  two 
ounces  argent,  spotted  sable. 

2.  Same  as  above,  impaling  quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Argent, 
a  chevron  gules  between  three  tarteaux.  [Glemham." 

2.  Azure,  three  boars  passant  in  pale  or.  [Bacon." 

3.  Barry  of  twelve  argent  and  gules,  over  all  a  lion  ram¬ 
pant  of  the  second.  [Brandon.]  4.  Sable,  a  bend  argent. 

Antingham.]  5.  Or,  a  fess  between  two  chevrons  sable. 
^Baynarde.] 

Crest. — On  a  mound  vert  an  ostrich  argent,  collared  or,  holding  in  his  mouth  a  key 
of  the  last. 


[John  Raven.=p 


John  Raven.1 


I 

Thomas  Raven  of  Creating.^ 


I 


dau.  of  Hubbert.] 


John  Raven  of  Cretinge  in  com.  Suffolke=j=Catherin  daugh.  to  Thomas  Blobolde  of 


gent,  sonne  and  heire  to  Thomas  of  the 
same  place. 


Mendham  in  com.  Sulfolke  gent,  and  his 
sole  heire. 


John  sonne 
and  hr. 
whose  dau. 
and  hr.  mar. 
to  Ryvett. 


I 

William  2d 
sonne  whose 
dau.  and  hr. 
mar.  Bloise 
of  Ipswich. 


Robart  Raven  of 
Creatinge  St. 
Marys  in  com. 
Suffolke  3d 


John  Raven  of  Had-= Alice  da.  [&h. 


sonne. 


leigh  in  Sulfolke  4th 
sonne  frome  whome 
doctor  Raven  is 
desend. 


to  ... .  Em- 
ringall  of 
Hadley]. 


I 


Richard  Banning  of=p  Ann,  daugh.  and  sole  John  Raven=pElizabeth  [dau.  of 


Dedham  in  com. 
Essex  gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 


heire  to  Robert  Raven 
of  Cretinge  gent. 


son  and  hr. 


James  Hull  of 
Hadley]. 


Richard  Baninge  of=f=Ann,  daugh.  to  John 


Dedham  in  com. 
Essex  gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Barker  of  Ipswich 
in  com.  Sulfolke 
gent. 


John  [Raven=Ann  da.  of  Tho. 
Richmond  Parkins  of 

Hearald.  Hadley]. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


143 


A| 


....  daugh.  to=Paule  Baninge  of  London= 
.  Mowse  of  Shrive  a0  36  of  Q.  Eliz. 


Nedham  or 
Creting  in 
com.  Suffolke 
first  wyfe 
obiit  s.p. 


1592  and  of  littel  Bentley 
in  com.  Essex  sonne  and 
heire  obiit  30  of  Septem. 
a0  1616  buryed  in  Harte- 
layne  London. 


=Susan  dau.  and 
heire  to  Nor  den  of 
Suffolke  2d  wyfe 
obiit  in  Aprell  1623 
she  2dly  mar.  to  Sr 
Fraunc  Leigh  Kt. 
Barronett  or  Kl 
of  the  Bath. 


Andrew  Baninge 
of  London  Esquier 
2 d  sonne  obiit  11  of 
December  1610 
buryed  by  his  bro¬ 
ther  inHartelayne 
by  Marke  layne. 


Sr  Paule  Baninge  of  Littell  Bentley  in  com.  Essex= 
Knight  Barronett  sonne  and  heire  created  by 
Kinge  Charles  ye  1st  Barron  of  Horkesley  in  com. 
Essex  and  Vicount  Sudbery  in  com.  Suffolke 
a0  d’ni  1627  in  Marche  [created  Baron  Bayningof 
Horkesley  and  Viscount  Banyng  of  Sudbury]. 


;Ann  daugh.  to  Sr  Henry  Glem- 
ham  of  Glemham  in  com. 
Suffolke  knight  by  the  Lady 
Ann  Sackvile  eldest  daugh.  to 
Thomas  Sackvile  Erie  of  Dorsett 
and  Knight  of  ye  Garter. 


Paule  Baninge  sonne  and  hr.  Cecissley  Ann  2d  [Suzan.  Mary. 
[Baron  Bayning  of  Horkesley  eldest 

&  Viscount  Baynyng  of  Sud-  daughter. 

bui'y]*  (The  parts  within  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


Eliza¬ 

beth.] 


Barker. 

Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Per  chevron  nebulee  or  and  sable  a  lion  rampant  counter- 
changed.  [Barker.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  chief  sable  three  tilting  spears 
erect  counter  changed  impaling  argent  two  bars  azure ,  on  a  canton  gules  a  ton 
or.  [Knighton.] 

Crest. — A  demi-Moor  proper,  in  his  dexter  hand  an  arrow  or,  feathered  and  headed 
argent,  on  his  sinister  arm  a  shield  or,  and  over  his  shoulder  a  sash  of  the  first 
(?  should  be  gules).  [Barker.] 

William  Barker  of  Okinghara  in  com.  Barkeshire  Gentleman. 


Ambrose  Barker  of  Chignole  in  com.  Essex=pMargarett  daugh.  to 


esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Carter. 

33ol0tr^ir*  iSolattroUe* 


Thomas  Barker 
of  Chignold  in 
com.  Essex 
Esqu.  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Dorathe  dau. 
to  John 
Knighton  of 
Bayforde  in 
com.  Hart¬ 
ford  Esquier. 


Ambrose  2d  sonne.  Elizabeth 

—  mar.  to  John 

Leonard  3d  sonne.  Insent. 


Cessilye  mar.  to 
Will’m  Massey 
of  Springfilde. 


William  4th  sonne. 
Anthony  5  th  sonne. 


Marymar.  to 

Will’m 

Pawne. 


Annmar.toTho- 
mas  Bolstred 
(?  Bolstrode). 


Henry  Barker 
sonne  and 
heire. 


jr 


Edward  Bol-  Frauncis  Catherine  mar.  to  Mary  4th  daugh. 
stred  sonne  2d  sonne.  Edw.  Pinchon. 
and  he. 


Margarett  2d 
daugh. 


Elizabeth  3d 
daugh. 


144 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


JSantatU 


Arms. — Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  bend  gules  (?  azure)  three  escallops  of  the 
first.  [Barnard.]  2.  Or,  a  bend  engrailed  vert,  cotised  sable.  [Hanbury.] 
3.  Worthington. 

Crest. — An  escallop  argent.  [Barnard.] 


Barnard  of  Fowntayns  in  com.  Yorke  Gentleman  mar.  dau. 
to  Sr  Richard  Acton  in  Worstershyr  knight  tempore  Henry  6. 


William  Barnard  of  Ellmeley  in  com.  Worster=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  ...  .  Bassett  of  the 


Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


county  of  Worster,  esquier. 


William  Barnard 
of  Ellemley  in 
com.  Worster 
sonne  and  heire. 


Richard  Barnard  Fraun.  Barn ard=j=  Alice  daugh.  &  heire 
of  Ellemley  in  of  London  j  to  John  Hanbery  of 
Worstersh.  3d  sonne.  |  Ellemley  in  com. 

2d  sonne.  Worst. 


Michell  1 
sonne, 
Thomas 
2d  sonne, 
Jayne, 
Alice,  & 
Frauncis, 
all  obie- 
runt. 


Frauncis  Barnard= 
of  Margatyne 
(Margaretting)  in 
com.  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire 
Gentleman  Porter 
of  ye  Tower  where 
he  lyeth  buryed  wl 
Hatchments  obiit 
in  Marche  buryed 
one  Wednesday  ye 
6  of  Aprell. 


=Ann  daugh.  & 
coheire  to  Sr 
Will’m  Wor¬ 
thington  of 
Springfelde  in 
com.  Essex 
Knight. 
Gentle.  Porter 
of  the  Tower. 
She  lyeth 
buryed  wl  her 
husband. 


William  Barnard = 

=  ,  ... 

William  s.  prole. 

of  Margatyne  in 

daugh. 

— 

com.  Essex  Esqu. 

to 

Richard  obiit  s.p. 

sonne  and  heire 

.... 

— 

bothe  to  father 
and  Aunte  Pem¬ 
berton. 

Fraunc.  ob.  s.p. 

Ann  mar.  1st  to  Rich¬ 
ard  Hadley  of  Lon¬ 
don  Gentlem.  2d  to 
Sr  James  Pemberton 
Mayor  of  London 
A0  1613.  He  lyeth 
buryed  in  Sr  John 
Zacheris  Church. 
She  dyed  1625  & 
lyeth  buryed  by  her 
husband  obiit  7  of 
September. 


Thomasine 
mar.  to  John 
Morton  of 
London  Gent. 

Ellen  mar.  to 
Samuell  Par¬ 
ker  of  Ludlow 
Gentleman. 

Susan,  mar.  to 
George 
Savage  of 
Hadnam  in 
the  He  of 
Elye. 


Mary,  mar.  to  Hughe  Lee  Eliza- 
of  Twyford  in  com.  Midel-  beth 
sex  ar.  sonne  to  Sr  Robert  2d  dau. 
Lee  of  London  Kl  ob.  in 
Lente  a0  1609  buryed  w4 
his  father  in  St.  Mary 
Axe  wl  hatchments. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


145 


ISaratt 


Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  13 — 1.  Azure ,  on  a  fess  engrailed  between  three 
swans'  necks  erased  or,  ducally  gorged  gules,  as  many 
cinquefoils  of  the  last.  [Baker.]  2.  Argent,  a  fess  sable, 
in  chief  a  mullet  of  the  second  between  two  pellets. 
[Dynley.]  3.  Gules,  three  garbs  or,  2,  1.  [Comyn.] 
4.  Argent,  on  a  bend  engrailed  azure  three  stumps  of  trees 
erased  of  the  first.  [Foscot.]  5.  Azure,  a  chevron  ermine, 
in  chief  three  mascles  or.  [Chenduit.]  6.  Gules,  three 
lions  rampant  or,  2,  1.  [Fitzherbert.]  7.  Gules,  a  lion 
rampant  gardant  or.  [?  Morice.]  8.  Gules,  six  escallops 
or,  3,  2,  1.  [  ]  9.  Tirrell.  10.  Borgat. 

11.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  sable  three  boars'  heads  erased  or, 
in  dexter  chief  a  cinquefoil  gules.  [Swyndford.]  12. 
FLAMBERT.  13.  COGSHALL. 

2.  Quarterly  of  9 — 1.  Per  pale  argent  and  gules  barry  of  four 

counterchanged.  [Barrett.]  2.  Argent,  between  three 
cross  crosslets  fitche,  as  many  lions  rampant  gules.  [Bell- 
house.]  3.  Dynley.  4.  Comyn.  5.  Foscot.  6. 
Chenduit.  7.  Fitzherbert.  8.  Brewis.  9.  Same 
as  8  in  the  last  shield. 

3.  Barrett,  impaling  argent,  on  a  bend  sable  three  roses  of  the 

first,  in  sinister  chief  a  crescent.  [Cary.] 

Crest. — A  hydra  with  seven  heads,  icings  endorsed  vert,  scaled  or.  [Barrett.] 


33elftOtt0e. 

Thomas  Belhowse  Lord  of  Belhowse=Elizabeth  dau.  to  Richard 
in  Alvethley  (Aveley)  in  com.  Essex.  Norton,  ar. 


John  Barrett  of  Belhowse  in  Alvethley  in=rAlice  daugh.  and  sole  heire  to  Thomas 


Essex,  ar.  in  right  of  his  wyfe. 


Belhowse,  esquier. 


I 


Thomas  Barrett  of  Belhowse  in  Alvethley  in=j=Mawde  daugh.  to  Edward  Poyntz 
com.  Essex,  esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  of  Essex,  Esquier. 


Robart  Barrett  of  Belhowse  in  Alvethley  in  com.  Essex,  esquier, =f=Margery  daugh.  to 
sonne  and  heire.  Chichley,  ar. 


Phillip  daugh.  =p John  Barrett  of  Belhowse  in=Elizabeth  daughter=j=John  Dyngley 


to  Thomas 
Bardfelde,  ar. 
first  wyfe. 


Alvethley  in  Essex,  ar.  sonne  to  Harpsfild 
and  he.  mar.  3dly  Elizabeth  2d  wyfe. 
daugh.  to  Sr  Edward  Oding- 
sells,  Knight. 


seconde 
husbande. 


j  iSaK  n. 

George  Barrett  of  Belhowse=pElizabeth  daugh.  and=pSr  John  Baker  of  Kente 


sonne  and  heire. 


A 


heire  of  John  Dingley. 

c 


2d  husband. 


u 


146 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


B  I 


Sir  Richard  Baker  of  Sisinghurst  in=fCatherin  dau.  and  heire  to 


Rente,  Knighted,  sonne  and  heire. 


John  Tirrell  esquier. 


John  Baker  of  Sesinghurste  in- 
Kente,  esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


=Mary  daugh.  to  Thomas  Gilford, 
esquier. 


I 


Sr  Henry  Baker,  Knight  and  Barronett,  sonne  &  heire. 


Elizabeth  dau.  and= 
coheire  to  Sr 
Thomas  Lytton, 
Knight,  by  the 
daugh.  and  her.  of 
Boothe. 


I  I 

=Edward  Bar-=j=Ann  daugh.  Arthur 
rett  of  Bel-  to  George  Barrett 
howse  in  Ave-  Somersett  of  2d  sonne. 

ley  in  com.  Badman’s 

Essex,  hide  in  com. 

esquier.  Suffolke  esq. 


Robert  Catherin 
3d  sonne.  onely 
dau. 


Elizabeth  first  dau. 
&  coheire  mar.  to 
Brampton  Gurdon 
of  Asheton  (Assing- 
ton)  in  com.  Suff. 
esquier. 


Ann  seconde  daugh. 
and  coheire  mar.  to 
Thomas  Corbett  of 
Sproston  in  com. 
Norffolk  esquier 


Charles  Barrett=F Catherine  dau.  to 


of  Belhows  iji 
Alvethly,  in 
com.  Essex, 
Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Sr  Walter  Myld- 
may  of  Ap- 
thorpe  in  com. 
Northampton 
Kb 


I 


Sr  Edward  Barrett  of  Alvethley=Katherin  dau.  to  Sr  Edward  Carey  Knight, 
in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  sonne  syster  to  Sr  Henry  Cary,  Lo.  Deputye  of 
and  heire.  Ireland. 


II  .  1.1 

Cecyliemar.  to  William  Culpeper,  Muriell  mar.  to 
ar.  sonne  and  he.  to  Walter.  John  Champnes. 

Ann  mar.  to  Martyn  Bowys,  al’s  Brigett  obiit 
Boys  Esqu.  s.p. 


Joyce  mar.  to  Sr  James  Wilforde 
Kl  sonne  to  James  Wilford  Esqu. 

Margarett  mar.  to  Walter 
Crompton  Esquier. 


Barrington. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  24 — 1.  Argent,  three  chevronels  gules,  a  label  of  as  many  points 
for  difference.  [Barrington.]  2.  Argent,  on  a  bend  gules  three  lozenges  of 
the  field.  [Mercye.]  3.  Or,  an  escarbuncle  gules.  [Maundevyle.]  4. 
Azure,  a  chevron  beticeen  three  mullets  or.  [Chetwynd.]  5.  Argent ,  three 
lions  rampant  gules.  [Baarde.]  6.  Argent,  three  fusils  in  fess  between  as 
many  cinquefoils  gules.  [Blomvyle.]  7.  Gules,  a  griffin  segreant  or,  a 
bordure  engrailed  of  the  second.  [Batteel.]  8.  Gules,  an  inescutcheon  argent 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


147 


within  an  orle  of  martlets  or.  [Enfielde  ?]  9.  Vert,  lions'  faces  (?  escallops) 

in  saltire  argent,  [Holbyche.]  10.  Quarterly ,  or  and  gules,  a  bordure 
sable  charged  with  eight  bezants.  [Rochforde.]  11.  Per  pale,  or  and  sable, 
a  saltire  engrailed  counterchanged.  [Pole.]  12.  Quarterly,  France  and 
England,  a  label  of  three  points  for  difference.  [Clarence.]  13.  Gules,  a 
saltire  argent,  a  label  of  three  points  azure  for  difference.  [Nevell.]  14. 
Mountacute.  15.  Mounthermer.  16.  Holland.  17.  Gules,  three  lions 
passant  or,  a  bordure  argent.  [Plantaganet.]  18.  Or,  two  bars  gules,  in 
chief  three  torteaux.  [Wake.]  19.  Gules,  a  fess  between  six  cross  crosslets 
or.  [Beauchamp.]  20.  Chequy,  or  and  azure,  a  chevron  ermine.  [War¬ 
wick.]  21.  Spenser.  22.  Clare.  23.  Gules,  a  bend  fusily  or.  [Mar¬ 
shall.]  24.  Tiptofte. 

Crest. — A  Capuchin  friar  couped  at  the  breast  crined  sable  vested  paly  of  six  argent 
and  gules,  on  his  head  a  cap  or  cowl  hanging  behind  of  the  last,  [Bar¬ 
rington.] 

Sr  Odinell  Barrington  Knight. 

_ “r 


Sr  Eustace  Barrington  Knight,  sonne  and  heire. 


Sr  Hum  Frye  Barrington=pGrisell  dau.  and  heire  to  Sr  Rayfe 


Knight,  sonne  and  he. 


Mercy,  Knight. 


Sr  Humfrye  Barington  Knight, =pAnn  daugh.  and  heire,  Sr 


sonne  and  heire. 


W  ill’m  Mandeville,  Knight. 


Sr  Nicholas  Barrington”.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Nortofte  Sr  Raylfe 
Knight,  sonne  and  he.  by  name. 


Sr  Nicholas  Barrington  Knight, =j=Agnis  daugh.  and  heire 


sonne  and  heire. 


to  Chetwynde. 


Sr  Nicholas  Barrington  Knight, =p Alice  dau.  to  Sr  Rich, 
sonne  and  heire.  I  Belhowse  of . . .  his  heire. 


Nicholas  Barrington=j=Emme  dau.  and  sole  Phillip  Barrington,  Esquier,  2d  sonne 


Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire. 


heire  to  Sr  Robart  mar.  Margarett,  dau.  to  Sr  Will’m 
Baarde  Knight.  Tey,  Knight. 


Sr  John  Barrington=f=Margarett  dau.  and  heire  to  John  Barrington  Esquier, 


Knight,  sonne  and 
heire 


Sr  John  Blomvyle,  Knight. 


sonne  and  heire. 


John  Barrington=j= Alice  daugh.  &  heire  to  Sr  Thomas  Edmond  John  Barrington 
Esquier,  sonne  Battell  of  Anger  (Ongar)  parke  2d  sonne.  Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire.  Knight.  and  heire. 


A 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


f 


A| 


»  I 


Thomas  Barrington=j=Ann  dau.  &  sole  Alice  mar.  to  Suliard  Thomasine  dau.  and 


of  Barrington  Hall 
in  Essex,  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


heire  to  Sr  Jo.  of  Eye  in  com.  Suf-  sole  heire,  mar.  to 
Holbyche,  Kb  folke  ar.  William  Sydney. 


I 


Humfrey  Barrington  of  Barrington  hall,  or=j=Margarett  dau.  to  Britton  of  Essex,  ar. 


of  Braddocks  in  com.  Essex,  sonne  &  he. 


Arms. — Azure,  a  chevron  or. 


Nicholas  Barrington  of  Barrington  Hall  or  of  Brad-=f=Ann  daugh.  to  Thomas  Darcy 


docks  in  Essex  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


I 


Tolshunt  Darcy  in  Essex,  Esqu. 


Sr  Nicholas  Barrington  of  Barrington=pElizabeth  daugh.  to  Sr  John  Brockett  of 


Hall,  Knt.  sonne  and  heire. 


I 


Brockett  hall  in  com.  Hertford,  Knight. 


John  Barrington  of  Barrington  Hall  in  Essex= 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


:.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Thomas  Bonham 
Esquier,  sonne  to  Thomas  Bonham. 


Alice  daugh.  to- 
to  Henry  Par¬ 
ker  Knt.,  Lord 
Morley  first 
wyfe. 


:Sr  Thomas  Barrington  of  Barring¬ 
ton  Hall  or  of  Braddocks  in  com. 
Essex  Knighted  by  Q.  Elizabeth  a0 
1571,  sonne  and  heire  he  was  of 
Hattfield  in  Essex. 


:Lady  Winifred  dau.  and  co- 
heire  to  Henry  Poole  Lord 
Mountacute,  wydow  to 
George  Hastings  Erie  of 
Huntington. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Edw.  Harris 
of  South- 
minster  in 
Essex,  Esq. 


Sr  Frauncis  Barrington  of  Bar-=pJoanne  dau.  to 


rington  Knighted  a0  1603  at 
Theobalds,  Knight  Barronett 
and  Kl  for  Essex  1623  et  ac 
1627. 


Sr  Henry  Crom¬ 
well  of  Hinchin- 
brook  living 
1587. 


I  I 

Henry 
2d  sonne 

Catherine 
onely  dau. 


Sr  Thomas  Barrington  Knight 
sonne  and  her.  Kl  [maried 
Judeth  wid.  of  Sr  George  Smith 
da.  of  Sr  Rowland  Litton  of 
Knebworth  co.  Hertford]. 


Robart  Barrington 
2d  sonne,  married 
Dorathe  dau.  to  Sr 
Thomas  Eden 
wydow  of  Barett. 


[  John 
Baring- 
ton,  a 
Captaine 
3d  son]. 


Joane  daugh.  mar. 
to  Sr  William  Mar- 
sham  Knight  Bar¬ 
ronett  [relict  of  Sr 
James  Altham 
Knight  of  co. 
Essex]. 


The  parts  between  brackets  are  additions. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  16J2. 


149 


JSattcII. 


{See  Sosselgn,  No.  2.) 


OHVqi 


3Secittnj$am. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  4 — 1  and  4.  Argent,  a  fess  counter  embattled  ermine  between 
three  escallops  sable.  [Beckingham.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  chevron  between 
three  stags'  heads  cabossed  gules  [  ],  impaling  Waldegrave. 

Crest. — A  demi  dragon  wings  endorsed  argent  membered  sable,  holding  in  his  dexter 
claw  a  sword  argent  hilled  or.  [Beckingham.] 


John  Beckingham  of  Sallesbery=f= Alice  daugh.  to  Thomas 


(Salisbury)  in  com.  Wiltshire, 
Gentleman. 

Twickenor  of  Altham  in 
com.  Hampshire. 

John  Beckingham  sonne  and  heire  mar.  first  Denis=f=Agnis  dau.  to  Wykes  of 

Daugh.  to  Bis. 

Coventry,  2d  wyfe. 

Henry  sonne  and  heire. 

John  2d  sonne. 

Thomas  Beckingham  2a  sonne.  To  this=pEllen  the  dau. 


Thomas  was  granted  to  leve  ye  mullet 
upon  yc  mullet,  and  to  beare  ye  fesse 
ermins  ye  12  of  Maye  1596,  he  first  mar. 
Emme  dau.  to  Hall  of  Otterburne  in 
Hampshire. 


to  Parke- 
hurst  of  Gil¬ 
ford  in  com. 
Surrey,  Esqu. 


Elizab.: 
dau.  to 
William 
Browne. 


I 

^Stephen  3d  son 
mar.  Ann 
daugh.  to 
Hughe 
Umpton,  ar. 


r 


ham  of  Beckingham 
Tolshunt  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight  sonne 
and  heire. 


i  i 


Elizabeth  daugh. 

Stephen 

Thomas 

Mary 

Alice. 

to  Sr  William 

2d  sonne. 

Becking¬ 

dau.  to 

— 

Waldegrave  of 

ham, 

Thomas 

Thomasin. 

Bewers  in  com. 

sonne 

Hill  of 

— 

Essex,  Knight, 
or  Suffolke. 

and  heire. 

Darby. 

Elizabeth. 

lelljouse. 

{See  Barrett.) 


150 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


mi 


Arms. — Ermine ,  on  a  chief  sable  an  escallop  between  two  bells  argent  [Bell],  im¬ 
paling  barry  wavy  of  six  ermine  and  sable.  [Barley.] 

Edward  Bell  of  Glostershire,  gentle, 
mar.  the  daugh.  to  ...  . 


I 

William  Bell  of  Newlande  in=j=Joanne  daugh.  to  John  Mathew 
com.  Gloster,  gentlem.  I  of  Glostersh. 


John  Bell  sonne  Edward  Bell  of  Writtall  in=pMargarett  dau. 


and  heire. 


com.  Essex,  Gent.  2d  sonne. 


to  ... .  Barley. 


William  sonne  Edward  James 
and  he.  2d  sonne.  3rd  sonne. 


I 


Ann  one  yeare  owld  ye  9  of  Aprell,  a0  1604 
and  3  monthes,  she  mar.  to  Sr  Ferdynand 
Gorge,  Kl.  =p 

I 


I 


i 


I 


John.  Robart.  George.  George.  Elizabeth.  Honor. 


Bentitsl). 

{See  ©Hsgtleg.) 


ISmnett. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  three  demi  lions  argent.  [Bennett.]  2  and  3. 
Azure,  a  pheon  argent  [Bradbridge],  impaling  Heigham,  a  crescent  for 
difference. 

Crest. — A  lion's  head  erased  gules.  [Bennett.] 


Thomas  Bennett=p. 


of  Hampshire. 
Gent. 

Chichister  in  com.  Sussex. 

Ellis  Bennett  of  Exeter=.  .  .  .  dau. 
in  com.  Devon  sonne  to  ...  . 
and  heire. 

1  1 

Robart  Bennett  of  Lowe-  William  Bennett 
whitton  in  com.  Corne-  of  London 
wall  2d  sonn.  3d  sonn. 

A 

THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


151 


Richard  of  London  in  Powle  church  yarde- 
Wollen  draper,  4th  sonne. 


:Mary  dau.  to  Lomley  of  London  Gent. 
Arms. — Or,  a  cheffe  gules. 


I  I 

Bennidick  Cuttberte 
Bennett,  Bennett, 

ob.  s.p.  ob.  s.p. 


I 

Richard  Bennett  of=pLettis  dau.  to  Sr  John 


Tiptree  heath  in 
com.  Essex  Gent, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Higham  of  Barrow 
hall  in  com.  Suff. 
Knight. 


I  I  I 

Mary, 
Joanne, 
Jayne, 
all  ob.  s.p. 


Ann  eldest  daugh.  and  coheire. 


Dorathe  2d  daugh.  and  cohr. 


IStcfcerttm. 


Arms. — Argent,  on  a  chevron  sable  three  pheons  of  the  field,  a  crescent  on  a  crescent  for 
difference.  [Bickerton.] 

Crest. — A  martlet  or.  [Bickerton.] 


Thomas  Bickerton  a  yonger  brother 
of  Yorkshire. 


:Ann,  daugh.  to  Braddock 
of  Staffordsh. 


Martyn  Bickerton=Anne  syster 
of  Oisell  (?  Oxhill)  to  Cattlyne 
Courte  in  com.  j  Lord  Chiffe 

Warwick  Gentlem.  '  Justice  of 
2d  sonne.  1  England. 


Lawrence  Frauncis 
sonne  and  3d  sonne. 
heire.  =f 


Elizabeth  Mary  mar. 
mar.  to  Jo.  to  Robart 
Segrave  of  Temple  of 
Starford  in  Lestersh. 
Lestersh. 


A  daugh.  & 
sole  heire. 


Frauncis  sonne 
and  heire. 


Thomas  Bickerton 
of  Odebe* 

(?  Oadby)  in 
Lestersh  ir 
sonne  &  he. 


Francis  Bickerton^ 
of  Gaynes  Parke 
in  Essex  Gent. 

2d  sonne. 


=Catherin  daugh. 
to  John  Walron 
of  Odebe* 

(?  Oadby)  in 
com.  Lester. 


Conawaye  Richard  3d 

and  Robert  sonne. 
obierunt  — 

s.p.  Nicholas 

4th  sonne. 


There  were  Bickertons  of  Beeby  in  co.  Leicester.  (  Vide  Vis.  of  1619.) 


152 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


BStngfram* 


Nicholas  Bingham  of  London  Gentleman  and  Marchaunt 
of  the  same  maryed  daugh.  to  ...  . 


Ellis  Bing¬ 
ham  first 
sonne  died 
w^wt  issue. 


Anthony  Bing-=Elizabeth, 


ham  of  London 
gentleman 
sonne  and  heire. 


dau.  to 
Nicholas 
Deringe  of 
London 
Goldsmith 
to  K.  H.  8 
a  Duchman. 


Mary,  mar.  to  Mr  Awdley  of  Hackney 
in  com.  Midd.  gentleman  wher  he  & 
she  lyeth  buryed.  She  died  1616. 

Catherin  mar.  to  Kandall  Manninge  of 
London  esquire  buryed  in  St.  Swithings 
at  London  ston,  1611. 


Nicholas  Bingham- 
of  Barkinge  in 
com.  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Elizabeth  dau. 
to  Thomas 
Plowman  of 
Yorkshire. 


Mary  mar.  to 
Richard  Gibbes 
of  Grayes  Inne 
esquire. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Wright  of 
London  March. 


Blake. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  a  pale  sable,  over  all  a  bend  engrailed  or,  charged 
with  three  martlets  of  the  first.  [Blake.]  2.  Sable,  per  fess  icavy  sable  and 
azure  a  toiver  argent.  [Rawson.]  3.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  escallops 
gules,  a  chief  countercompony  or  and  azure  [  ]  impaling  Tweby. 

Crest. — A  dragon's  head  erased  or,  pelletlee.  [Blake.] 


John  Blake  of  littell  Baddow  in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman.=p 


John  Blake  of  littell  Baddow  in  com.  Essex, =j= Ann,  daugh.  &  heire 
gentleman  sonne  and  heire.  to  Rawson. 


Richard  Blake  of=Mabell,  dau. 
Bassetts  in  com.  to  Coverte 
Essex  esq.  sonne  |  of  Sussex, 
and  heire. 

A  I 


John  2d  sonne. 
Robart  3d  sonne. 
Frauncis  4th  sonne. 


Humfrey  5th 
sonne. 

Christopher 
obiit  sine 
prole. 


Ann  mar.  first 
to  William 
Pascall,  2d  to 
Bery. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


153 


_ A| 

I  I  I  I  I 

Richard  and  J  ohn 
bothe  died  wlowt 
issue. 

Thomas,  Yincent, 
and  Edward  obiit 
s.p. 


Giles  Blake=Dorafche  dau. 


of  Littell 
Baddow  in 
com.  Essex 
ar.  sonne 
and  he. 


to  Captine 
Twedy  of 
Essex. 


Christopher  Blake  of  Mabell,  mar. 
Tarlinge  in  com.  to  Isacke 

Essex  Gentleman  2a  Whithering- 
sonne  mar.  Phillipe  ton  of 
daugh.  to  John  North um- 

Rochester  of  Tarlinge  berland. 
in  Essex  wydow  to 
Shawe  obiit  sine  prole. 


William  Giles  2d  sonne. 

sonne  and  — 

heire.  Richard  3d  sonne. 


Thomas  and 
Arthur,  ob. 
sine  prole. 


Arthur  Mary  Dorathe 

5th  sonne.  eldest  2d 

daugh.  daugh. 


John  4th  sonne. 


Blount. 


Arms  (Harl.  MS.  1541,  fo.  26). — Quarterly — 1.  Argent,  two  tars  azure,  over  all  an 
escarbuncle  of  eight  rays  or.  [Blount.]  2.  Or,  three  falcons  proper.  [Abarle.] 
3.  Azure,  a  chevron  argent,  [Lathebrooke.]  4.  Argent,  on  a  bend  gules 
three  escallops  of  the  field.  [Layton.] 

Crest. — A  sea  lion  ermine  sejant,  ducally  crowned  or.  [Blount.] 


John  Blounte  of  Mangersfild=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  Thomas  Abarle=p Alice,  dau.  and 


(Mangotsfield)  in  com. 
Gloster  gent. 


to 


Gentleman. 


heire  to  Lathe¬ 
brooke. 


I  I 

John  Blounte  of  Mangersfild  in  com.  Gloster=pAlice  daugh.  and  sole  heire 


esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


to  father  and  mother. 


Edmond  Blount  of= 

=Margarett  dau.  to 

1  1 

John  2d  sonne. 

Ann  mar.  to  Weekes 

Mangers  fild  esquier 

Sr  John  Seymor 

— 

(Wykes)  of 

sonne  and  heire. 

Knight. 

Thomas  3d  sonne. 

Dursley. 

Symond  Blount=Ellinor 


of  Mangersfild 
in  com.  Gloster 
esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


sister  to 
Giles  Ld 
Dawbeney. 


Morrice  Blount 
2d  sonne  mar. 
dau.  to  S1'  Tho¬ 
mas  Hunger- 
ford  knight. 

B  I 


Margarett  mar.  to  Sr 
John  Hungerford 
Knight  sonne  to  Sr 
Thom. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  John 
Yorke. 


Jayne  mar. 
to  John 
Kymes 
(Kemys)  of 
Bedming- 
ster  by 
Bristol, 
x 


154 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


B  I 


I 

Margarett 
dau.  and 
sole  heire 
mar.  to  Sr 
John  Hus¬ 
sey  knight. 


John  Blount=Margarett  dau. 
ofWoottonin  to  Will.  Davers 


com.  Wiltsh. 
esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


first  sonne  to 
John  Dav.  of 
Tockenham 
esquier. 


Robart  Blount 
of Inkepen 
2d  sonne. 


William  =Ann 


Blount  of 
Mangers- 
fild. 


William  Blount=Catherin  dau. 


of  London  ar. 
sonne  and  he. 


to  White  of 
Farnam. 


T  I 

Jayne  mar. 
first  to  Edm. 
Halle,  2dly  to 
Dodson. 


dau.  to 
Brayne. 


Anthony 
ob.  s.p. 


Thomas  sonne 
and  heire. 


Edmond 
2d  sonne. 


Mary  eldest 
daugh. 


Sibell  mar.  Margery 
to  Anthony  mar.  to 
Bryne  John 

(?  Brayne).  Garrett 
(?  Garrard). 

I 

Elizabeth 
2d  dau. 


I 


Elizabeth 
dau.  to  Blount 

Doring-  of  Lon- 

ton  first  don 

wyfe  obiit  Gent, 

s.p.  3d  sonne 


Julian  Blunt  only 
daugh. 


An  thony==  Susan 
dau.  to 
Thomas 
Cuttler 
of  Lon¬ 
don  or  of 
Yorksh. 
2d  wyfe. 


John  Blount=Ann  daugh 


of  London 
esquier  sonne 
and  he. 


and  heire 
to  Will’m 
Layton  of 
Yorkshire 
esquier. 


I 

Morrices 
Blount 
2d  sonne. 


Ann  mar. 
to  Prigg. 

Jayne 
mar.  first 
to  William 
Strange 
2d  to  Ro- 
bottom. 


William  Blounte=Elizabeth  dau.  to  James 
of  Mawlden  in  Morley  of  Bishope  Stor- 
com.  Essex  ford  gent,  wydow  to 

esquier  sonne  Will’m  Sebright  and  Jo. 
and  heire.  Sames  of  Tolshunt  in 

Essex. 


Thomas 
2d  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  sonne 
and  heire. 


William 
2d  sonn. 


Elizabeth  eldest 
daugh. 


Ann  2d 
daugh. 


John  Blount  of  London 
marchant  3d  sonne 
mar.  ye  daugh.  to  Le- 
gatt  of  Hornechurch  in 
Essex. 


John  Blount  of  London 
sonne  &  heire. 


Henry  Blount=Elizabeth  dau. 
of  Lumber-  to  Rumford  of 


streete  cap- 
tyne  in  the 
cytie  4th  son. 


London.  She 
2dIy  mar.  to 
Henry  Lee 
captayne  of  the 
cytie  allso. 


I 

Ann  mar. 
to  Thom. 
Westrowe 
of  London 
Grocer  and 
after 
Shrive. 


I  I 

Rachell  mar.  to 
Thomas  Cromp¬ 
ton  a  Premetore 
of  the  Comon 
Piece. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to 
Robart  Roe  of 
Darbyshir. 


I  I 

Frauncis  mar.  to 
Rich.  Perpoynte 
of  Oxfordsh. 

Sara  mar.  to  Rich¬ 
ard  Bright  of 
Essex. 


Elizabeth  sole  dau.  and  heire. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


155 


Arms. — Argent,  on  a  f ess  azure  three  pelicans  or,  on  a  canton  gules  two  staves  ragulee 
in  saltire  of  the  first  surmounted  bj  a  ducal  coronet  of  the  third  [Boddye], 
impaling  argent  three  lions  rampant  azure,  a  mullet  for  difference.  [Mildmay.] 


Boddye  of  Porchemouth  ( Portsmouth )=p 
in  Hampshyr  Gentleman. 


William  Boddye=j=Ann  daugh.  to  Will’m 
of  Crake  in  com.  &  syster  to  the  Lord 
Yorke,  Gentle.  Williams  of  Tame, 
sonne  &  heire. 


I 

John  Boddye: 
of  London 
Gent. 

2d  sonne. 


=Thomasine  daugh.  to 
John  Myldmay  of 
Framlingham  in  com. 
Suffolke,  Gent. 


William  Boddye  of  Crake  in 
com.  Yorke  esquier  sonne  & 
heire. 


John  Boddye  of  Rayleigh  in=j=Elizabeth  dau. 
com.  Essex  2d  sonne.  to  Bishope. 


Edmonde  sonne  and  heire,  age  7  a0  1570. 


Thomas  Boddye: 
of  Bicknacre 
Priory  in  com. 
Essex,  2d  sonne. 


-Mary  dau.  to 
Thomas 
Myldmay  of 
Framlingham 
in  Suffolk  ar. 


Anthonye  Boddye  of  Lon¬ 
don  Gentleman,  sonne  & 
heire  mar.  Alice  daugh.  to 
Twynes  of  Sussex,  gent. 


Christian  Catherin 
mar.  to  unmar. 
Thomas 
Parker  of 
Cambridge. 


John  sonne  and  heire.  Ann  onely  daugh. 


Eolstreti,  Bolstiotot. 

{See  Barker.) 


Bootie,  3Snalre* 

{See  Sftrangman.) 


156 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


Bourne. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1 .  Argent,  a  chevron  cotissed  gules  between  three  lions  rampant 
sable.  [Bourne.] 

2.  Same  with  a  crescent  for  difference  impaling  sable  two  bars 
gemelly  argent,  on  a  chief  of  the  last  three  mullets  pierced 
of  the  first.  [Medley.] 

John  Bowrne  mar.  Margarett  daugh.  to 


William  Bowrne  of  Bobingworth- 
in  com.  Essex,  Esq.,  sonne  and 
heire. 


:Margarett  dangh.  to  Richard 
Ryse  of  Potten  in  com.  Bed¬ 
ford,  gent. 


Drewe  Bowrne 
2d  sonne. 


Mary  daugh.  to  James=j=William  Bowrne  of=pAnn  daugh.  to  Richard  Kirby  of 

Henham  in  Essex,  wydow  to  Robt. 
Daye  of  Claveringe  in  Essex. 


Morris  of  Chipping  On- 
ger  in  com.  Essex  Esq. 
first  wyfe. 


Grensted  m  com. 
Essex,  ar.  sonne 
and  heire. 


William  Bowrne=pUrsula  daugh. 


of  Bobingworth 
in  com.  Essex 
Gent,  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Ann,  3 
daugh. to 
Robart  Daye  of 
Clayeringe  in 
Essex,  gent. 


Elizabeth 

Mary  mar. 

Robart  2  sonne. 

mar.  to 

to  Thomas 

— 

Nicholas 

Husse  of 

John  3  sonne. 

Husse  of 

Essingdon 

— 

Essingdon 

in  Hart¬ 

Ann. 

in  com. 
Hartford. 

ford. 

Dorathe. 

William  sonne  and  heire.  Richard  2d  sonne.  Geraldus  3d  sonne.  Jayne! 


Dorathe  mar.  to  Edward 
Eldred  of  Stebbinge  in 
Essex  Esq.  wydow  to  Mil- 
borne  of  the  same  place. 


.  I 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Richard 
Glascoke  of  Downehall  in 
Hattfilde  (Broad  Oak)  in 
com.  Essex  gent. 


Margarett  John  and 
3d  daugh.  James 
both 
obierunt. 


Robert  Bowrne  of; 
Bobingworth  in 
com.  Essex  gent. 

2d  sonne. 


William 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


-Catherin  dau.  to  Henry 
Medley  of  Tiltey  Abbye  in 
com.  Essex  desended  owt  of 
Warwicksh.  Medley  ye 
name. 


Richard  Bowrne=Judeth  dau.  to 
of  London  Gentle.  John  Capper 
living  in  Come-  of  London, 
wall  a0  1621.  Esquier. 

3d  sonne. 


I  I 

Robart  2d  sonne. 
Edward  3d  sonne. 


Mary  mar.  to 
William 
Chapman  of 
London. 


I 

Margarett  mar. 
to  Nicholas 
Capper  of  Lon¬ 
don. 


I 

Catherin  3d  dau. 


Ann  3th  dau. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


157 


3SraMwrp. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  round  buckles 
argent.  [Bradbury.]  2  and  3.  A  chevron  between  three  rooks  ermines,  a 
crescent  for  difference,  impaling  argent  on  a  cross  flory  sable  five  bezants. 

[Whitgift.] 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1558,  but  gives  “  Sr  Thomas  Bradbury  Shrive  of  London  the 
14th  of  King  Henry  the  7  A0  1498  and  Mayor  in  the  first  of  K.  Henry  the  8  A0 
1510  buried  in  Sl  Stephen’s  Church  Coleman  Streete,”  as  father  of  William  who  m. 
Jane  Fitz  Williams,  and  states  that  “  this  William  was  of  Littlebury  Esq.  descended 
from  ye  Bradburys  of  Ollersett  in  ye  Westcountry  who  had  issue  1  Rob1  2  Henry 
and  Thomas  Bradbury,”  omits  the  marriage  of  William  with  Anne  and  the  descent 
from  these,  and  gives  Alice  d.  of  William  and  ....  Edon  a  second  husband,  Thomas 
Wadeson,  Clerk. 

Note. — A  pedigree  of  this  family  is  given  in  ‘  The  East  Anglian,’  vol.  i.,  p.  228. 


Bramstnn. 


Arms. — Or,  on  a  fess  sable  three  plates  [Bramston],  impaling  argent  three  fleurs  de 
Us  gules,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Moundeford.] 

Crests. — 1.  A  raven  proper,  standing  on  a  tun  or,  holding  in  his  beak  a  branch  vert 
of  three  roses  argent.  [Bramston.] 

2.  A  lion  statant  or,  collared  sable.  [Bramston.]  (this  is  ye  modern  crest.) 


Hughe  Brampston  of  London  Gent.  mar. 
Elizabeth  daugh.  to  Norris. 


~r 


John  Bramston  of=j=Margarett  daugh.  to 
London  Gentle-  ;  Thomas  Symons  of 
man  sonne  and  i  London  Gentle, 
heire. 


Francis, 

Hughe, 

Richard, 


I 

Roger  Bramp-= 
ston  of  Bore- 
ham  in  Essex 
gent  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Presilla  dau.  to 
Frauncis  Clou- 
vile  of  West 
Hanningfield 
in  Essex  esq. 


John, 

all  obierunt. 


Thomas  2d 
sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


Ann  mar.  to  Christo¬ 
pher  Champion  of 
London  Gentleman. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  George 
Bucke  of 
Long  Melford 
in  com.  Suf¬ 
folk. 


Grace  mar.  to  George 
Sleigh  of  Haveringe 
in  com.  Essex. 

Ann  mar.  to  John 
Sherman  of  Mawlden 
in  Essex. 


John  Brampston  of=j=Briggett  dau.  to  William  Mary  mar.  to  John  Stepkin 

Boreham  &  of  Lon-  I  Thomas  Mounde-  2d  sonne.  of  Lees  in  Essex, 

don  gent,  sonne  &  ford  doctor  of  — 

heire.  Phisick.  Margaret. 


John  sonne  Thomas  2d  sonne  Brigett  eldest  Mary  2d 

&  heire.  obiit  s.p.  daugh.  daugh. 


158 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


JSrtcfm*,  JSretjjer* 


John  Brether  of  Somersettshir  gentleman. 


_____ _ ~r 

John  Brether  of  Felyland  (?  Feyland)  in  com.=p 
Somersett  gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


Alice  daugh.  and  heire 
to  Feyland. 


John  Brether  of  Felyland  in  com.  Somersett=f=Ellenor  dau.  to  Morris 
gentle,  sonne  and  heire.  I  Stanton. 


Arthur  Brether  of  Kelvedon  in  com.  Essex= Catherine  daughter 
gentleman  sonne  and  heire.  to  Foster. 


Entities,  Bruges. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  cross  sable  a  leopard's  head 
or.  [Bridges.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  six  cinquefoils  sable, 
3,  2,  1  [IIenborowe],  impaling  azure  a  bend  or,  in  sinister 
chief  a  mullet.  [Scroope.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1.  Bridges,  with  a  crescent  fen'  difference. 
2.  Or,  a  pile  gules.  [Chandos.]  3.  Argent,  a  fess  between 
three  martlets.  [Barkeley.]  4.  Argent,  a  chevron  between 
three  eagles'  legs  erased  a  la  cuisse  sable.  [Braye.] 
5.  Vair,  three  bendlets  gules.  [Braye.]  C.  Argent,  on  a  bend 
gules  three  antelopes  passant  of  the  first,  attired  or.  [Hal- 
well.]  7.  Sable,  on  a  chevron  between  three  stags'  heads 
cabossed  or  a  fleur  de  lis  of  the  first.  [Norbury.]  8.  Gules, 
a  fess  counter compony  or  and  sable  between  six  crosses  patee 
fitchee  argent.  [Butler.]  9.  Or,  two  bends  gules.  [Sude- 
ley.]  10.  Or,  five  bendlets  azure.  [Montfort.]  11.  Sable, 
a  cross  between  four  gadflies  or.  [Crozier.]  12.  Azure,  a 
chevron  or.  [Dabernon.] 

Crest. — A  man's  head  from  the  shoulders  in  profile  proper,  vested  paly  of  six  ar. 
semee  of  torteaux  and  wreathed  or  and  azure.  [Bridges.] 

p’  Thomas  Wrysley  Garter  &  Benolte  Claren. 

Sr  Symond  Bridges  Knight 
mar.  and  had  issue. 


John  Bruges  esquier=f=Sara  dau. 


sonne  and  heire. 


to 


t 


Hughe  2d  Giles  3d  Walter  4th  Elienor  onely 
sonne.  sonne.  sonne.  daugh. 


S1'  Baldwyn  Brydes  Knight: 
sonne  and  he. 


=. Alice  daugh.  and  heire  to  Sr  Symond 
de  Kingesmeade  knight. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


159 


I  A 


ohn 


Sr  John  Bruges  of  Brydges: 
Sollors  (co.  Hereford) 
Knight  sonne  and  heire. 


I 

Thomas  Bruges  of=j=. 


to 


.  daugh. 


Thomas  Brydges: 
esquier  2d  sonne. 


-Alice  dau.  &  coheire 
to  Sr  Thomas 
Barkeley  Kb 


Brydges  Sollors 
esquier  sonne  and 
heire. 


daugh. 
to  ...  . 
Hack- 
lett. 


Edward  Bruges 
sonne  and  heire 
and  had 


I 


Gyles  Bruges=j=Catherin  dau.  to 


2d  sonne. 


mar 

issue. 


James  Clifford  of 
Frampton  on  ye 
Severne. 


Thomas= 
Burges 
of  Bur¬ 
ges  Sol¬ 
lors  ar. 
sonne 
and 
heire. 


=Mawde  daugh. 
and  heire  to 
Thomas  Henbo- 
rowe  of  Dym- 
mock  in  com. 
Gloster  esquier. 


Elizabeth  daugh. 
and  sole  heire  mar. 
to  John  Throg¬ 
morton  ar. 


Thomas= 

Burges 

esquier 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


=Flourence  da. 
to  William 
Dorrell  of 
Littell  Cottes 
esquier. 


Cesseley 

mar.  to 

John 

Wils- 

borne 

esquier. 


Thomas  2d 
sonne  died 
at  Civill  in 
Spayne. 


I 

Folke  Bruges 
Master  of  Sl 
John’s  Col- 
ledge  in 
Cambridge. 


William=Alice  dau.  &  coheire  to 
Bruges  William  Essington  of 
3d  -  ' 


Essington  ar. 


sonne. 


John 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


I 

Giles  Burges= 
of  Essington 
2d  sonne. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  Nanfant 
of  Morton 
Birts  in 
com.  Wors- 
ter. 


I  I  I 

William 

Thomas, 


Ann  dau.  & 
coheire  mar. 
to  Robart 
Alford. 


and 

Edmond 
all  died 
wlowt  issue. 


Edmond  Burges 
4th  sonne  mar. 
Margar.  daugh. 
to  John  Harte 
Chamberlyn  of 
London. 

=r 

_ I 

f  I 

Isabell  mar.  to 
John  Calley  of 
Highway  in 
com.  Wiltsh. 

Margarett  mar. 
to  Drury  ar. 


John  Burges  of  Essington  (?  Est-=wydow  to  Thomas  Caple 
ington)  in  com.  Worster  and  dau.  to  Sr  Rowland 

(?  Gloucestersh.)  esquier  sonne  Morton  of  Massington 
and  heire.  in  com.  Hereford. 


Henry  Burges  of 
Essington  in 
com.  Worster 
esquier. 


Sr  John  Burdges  of  London  Knight  lord  Mayor  of  the  same: 
a0  1521,  13  of  K.  H.  8.  He  was  a  Gl  reparer  of  Nicholas 
Aeon  Churche  in  Lumber  streete  and  Embateled  the  same  and 
was  buryed  there  a0  1530,  22d  of  H.  8. 

A 


= Agnes  daugh  to 
Thomas  Ayloffe 
of  Brittayns  in 
com.  Essex 
esquier. 


160 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


Gyles  Bruges=Elenor  dau. 
of  London  I  to  Robins 


esq.  sonne 
and  heire. 


of  Wors- 
tersh. 


Anthony  Burges 
2d  sonne  mar. 
Betrix  dau.  to 
Sr  Thomas 
Tirrell  of  Herron 
Kb 


Elizabeth 
mar.  to 

Garraway 

ofLondon 

esquire. 


Wynifrede 
mar.  to 
Sr  Richard 
Sackvile 
Kb 


Ursula. 

Brigett. 


Anthony  Brydges  of  Westham=pPrudence  dau.  to 

Sr  Wymond 
Carew  Knight. 


in  com.  Essex  esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


Margery  mar.  to  Edward 
Samforde  of  Devonshire 
esquier. 


Thomas  Brydges  of  Westham=f  Ann,  daugh.  to  Scroope 
in  com.  Essex  esquier  sonne  of  Hampshire  esquire, 
and  heire. 


Ann  mar.  to  Edward 
Dethick  of  Norffolke 
esquier. 


John  Brydges  esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


Sr  Giles  Bruges=p  Isabell  dau.  to 


Knight  sonne 
and  heire. 


Baynham 
esquier. 


I 

Henry  Bridges 
2d  sonne  mar.  ye 
daugh.  to  Norbery. 


I  I 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Carey. 
Alice  mar.  to  Chechily  ar. 


Sr  John  Bruges  Knight  lord  Shandoyes=pElizabeth  syster  to  John 


(Chandos)  sonne  and  he. 


Lord  Graye  of  Wilton. 


Sr  Edmond  Burges  al’s  Brydges  Knight  of  the  Garter=pDorathe  dau.  and  coheire  to 


Lo.  Sliandoyes  of  Sudley  sonne  &  heire. 


William  Lord  Braye. 


Giles  Brydges  Lord 
Shandoyes  (Chandos) 
a0  1588. 


Sr  William  Bridges  Kl  Lord=fMary  dau.  to 


Shandoyes  (Chandos) 
a0  1601  obiit  1612. 


Sr  Owine 
Hopton  Knight. 


George  Lo.  Shandoyes 
now  livinge. 


I 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  Thomas  Smith 
2dly  to  Erie  of  Exceter. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


161 


Btocfeman,  Brookmait. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Per  fess  indented  or  and  azure  three  martlets  counter- 
changed.  [Brockman.]  2  and  3.  Freer  or  Fryar. 

Crest. — Freer  or  Fryar. 


potoetL 

Henry  Power  Esquier  sonne  and  heire  to 
Robart  Power  sonne  and  heire  to  Sr 
Robart  Power  Knight. 


Ifiltftetron*  | — 

John  Rikedon  Esquier=pElizabeth  daugh.  and=pJohn  Fryar  sonne 


first  husband. 


sole  heire  to  Henry 
Power. 


and  hr.  to  Albane 
2d  husband. 


I 

Thomas  Rickedon 
Esquiere. 


Elizabeth  daugh.  and  heire=j=Williain  Brookman  of  Witham 
to  Jo.  Fryar  Esquier.  in  com.  Essex  Esquier. 


Robert  Rickedon 
Esquir. 


Thomas  Rickedon 
obijt  s.  p’le. 


John  Brockman  of  Witham  in  com.=j=Florence  dau.  to  Sl 
Essex  Esquier  sonne  and  heire.  Legar  Esquier. 


Thomas  Brookeman  of  Witham=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Rochester 
in  com.  Essex  Esquier  sonne  and  of  Essex  Esquier. 
heire. 


John  first  sonne 
obijt  s.  p’le. 


Thomas  Brockeman  of  Fawkenburne  in 
Essex  Esquier  sonne  &  heire. 


com.=p Ann  daugh. 
to  Bonus. 


John  sonne  Henry  Abigail  eldest  Ann  Agnis  Frauneis 

and  heire.  2d  sonne.  daugh.  2d  daugh.  3d  daugh.  4th  daugh. 


Broughton. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent ,  a  chevron  between  three  mullets  gules. 
’Broughton.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  cinquefoils  gules 
Acton],  impaling  or,  on  a  bend  engrailed  sable  between  two  lions  salient 
azure  three  besants.  [Holstock.] 


Richard  Broughton  of=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  coheire 
Worstershire,  Gent.  I  to  Acton  of  Acton. 


Richard  Broughton  of=.  .  .  .  dau.  John  Broughton=j=Elizabeth  dau. 
Staffordshire,  Gent.  to  ...  .  of  Worstershir  to  Thorpe  of 
sonne  and  heire.  Gent.  2d  sonne.  London. 

A 


Lewis 
3d  sonne. 

Y 


162 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A! 


Edmond  Broughton  of  Orsett  in=pAwdrey  daugh.  of  Holstock  John  Broughton 
com.  Essex,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  ....  controuler  of  the  2d  sonne. 

heire.  Queen’s  shipps. 


Edmond  Broughton  sonne  and  heire  [  Christopher.  William. 
12  years  owlde  a°  1570.  Harl.  MS.  1541,  67b.  ] 


Uvotone. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Gules,  a  griffin  passant  or,  a  chief  per  fess  indented  ermine  and  of  the  second. 
[Browne.] 

Crest. — A  vulture  proper,  wings  endorsed,  pluming  a  icing  argent.  [Browne.] 


Stephen  Browne  of  Midelsex  Gentle. 


Hughe  Browne  Gentleman,  Walter  Browne  of  Hitcham  in  com.=pElenor  daugh. 


sonne  and  heire. 


Suffolke  Gentleman,  2d  sonne. 


to  Trevor. 


Thomas  Browne  of  Colchester  in  com.  Essex  gent.,=pAgnis  daugh.  to  John  Tuxke 


sonne  and  heire. 


of  Colchester. 


Flourence  dau.  and  heire  to=p  J ohn  Browne  of  Colchester= Elisabeth  daugh.  to  William 


John  Chersey,  first  wyfe. 


Gentle.,  sonne  &  heire.  Knightbridge,  2d  wyfe. 


I  III  II 

William  Browne=pMargarett  Sr  Richard,  Clarke  Thomas  2d  sonne.  Cathrinemar. 

ofyegreene  clothe  —  to  William 

mar.  Joanne  dau.  John  4th  sonne.  Symnell. 
to  Vygors.  —  — 

=|=  Clement  5  sonne.  Margarett. 


of  Colchester  in 
Essex  Esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


dau.  to 
Robart 
Leeche. 


I  I  I  I  I 

Robart  sonne  and  William  Richard  Edward  Susan  mar.  to  Bowrcher 

heire.  2d  sonne.  3d  sonne.  4th  sonne.  of  Glostershyre  Esq. 


Christopher  Browne  of  Detford  in  com.=pThomasin 
Kent  Esquier.  dau. 


Richard  sonne  &  heire. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


163 


Brotone. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  gules  three  roses  of  the  field. 
[Browne.]  2  and  3.  Gules,  a  chevron  argent  between  three  crescents  ermine. 
[GrOSSELIN.] 

Crest. — A  chafrain  proper,  strapped  sable,  buckled  or  and  plumed  azure.  [ 
per  W.  Flower  Norroy  23  Q.  E.  1580. 


John  Browne  of  Fidelers  in  Writtle=Beatrix  daugh.  to  Richard  Josselyn  of  Fidelers 


in  com.  Essex  esquier  in  the  tyme  of 
K.  Edw.  the  4th  desended  frome  a 
2nd  Brother  of  Darbyshir. 


in  com.  Essex  sonne  &  heire  to  Alderman 
Josselyn  whoe  lyeth  buryed  at  [St.  Swithin’s 
London  Stone,  substituted  for  St.  Mary  at 
Hill  in  a  later  hand]. 


Henry  Browne  of  Fidelers=pMary  daugh.  to 
in  com.  Essex  esquier  Haydon  of  Hart- 
sonne  and  heire.  fordshir  esquier. 


Beatrix  mar.  to  Marshe 
of  Lymehowse  in  com. 
Mydelsex. 


John  Browne  of  Fidelers=Gartred  3d  daugh. 
in  com.  Essex  esquier  to  Sr  Henry 
sonne  and  heire.  Tirrell  of  Herron 

in  com.  Essex 
Knight. 


Robart  Browne  of 
the  same  parishe 
2d  sonne  mar.  the 
Daughter  to 
Tavener  of  Essex 
ar. 


Mary  mar.  first  to 
Frauncis  Jasper 
2d  to  Brooke  of 
Layton  in  War- 
wickshir  esquier. 


Sr  Henry  Browne  Knight 
sonne  and  heire. 

John  2d  sonne  mar.  ye 
daugh.  to  Brooke  of 
Hartfordshir  obiit  s.p. 


Charles  3d  sonne  mar.  ye 
daugh.  to  Flinte  of 
Norffolke  wydow  to 
Farre  of  Essex. 

Edward  4th  sonne. 


Mary  mar.  to  John  Dennis  of 
Hartfordsh.  other wyse  Lyn- 
colnsh. 

Thoraasin  mar.  to  Christopher 
Dennis  of  Lyncolnshire. 


Francis  3d  daugh. 
Elizabeth  4th  daugh. 


164 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX 


1612. 


No.  3. 


Arms. — Azure,  a  chevron  between  three  escallops  or,  a  bordure  engrailed  [Browne], 
impaling  Harris. 

Crest. — A  vulture  proper,  membered  gules,  collared  or.  [Browne.] 


[John  Browne  of  Okeham 
in  Rutlandshire.] 


~r 


Sr  John  Browne  [otherwise  called 
John  de  Werkes  mercer]  shrive  of 
London  [1472]  and  Mayor  of  the 
same  [1481,  21  E.  4]  he  dwelled 
in  Mylkestreete  over  against  the 
Church  wher  he  Lyeth  buryed. 


Sr  William  Browne  mercer  of  Flambarts  IIall=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Hide 


in  com.  Essex  obiit  Mayor  1513  a0  5  H.  8. 


of  London  gent. 


Will’m  Browne  of=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  [Sr] 
Thomas  Balderey  of 
London  [Maior] 
Shrive  the  10  of  K. 


Flambarts  hall  in 
com.  Essex  ar. 
sonne  and  he. 


John  Browne 
of  Kente 
2d  sonne. 


He.  the  8  a°  1518. 


Ann  mar.  to  Sr  Wil¬ 
liam  Peter  of  Inger- 
stone  [Ingatestone] 
in  com.  Essex 
Knight. 


Thomas  Browne  of=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sr  Gyles 


Flambarts  hall  in 
com.  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Allington  of  Horsheath 
in  com.  Cambrid.  Knight. 


John  Brown 
2d  sonne. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to 
Stephen  Becking- 
ham  of  Tolshunt 
Beckingham  in 
Essex  esquier. 


I 


Cecissley  dau.=Sr_John  [substituted  for=Catherin  daugh. 
to  Sr  John 
Crooke  of  Hil¬ 
ton  in  com. 

Buckingh. 

Knighted  a0 
1613  obiit 
s.p. 


William]  Browne  of 
Flamberts  in  com.  Essex 
Knight  sonne  and  heire 
Kted  at  Whitehall  23d  of 
Jully  a0  1603. 


to  Sr  Henry 
Buttler  of  Hatt- 
fild  Wood  hall 
in  com.  Hartfo. 
Knight. 


I  I 

Ann  mar.  to  Anthony 
Bridges  of  Weste 
Haningfild  in  com. 
Essex  esquier. 

Ellen  mar.  to  George 
Fitche  of  Brasenhed  in 
com.  Essex  ar. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612.  165 


A 1 

1 

Giles  Browne= 

=Mary  dau. 

Will’m  2d  sonne. 

Thomas  3d 

Elizabeth 

1  1  1 
Mary. 

of  Flambarts 

to  Sr  Wil- 

— 

sonne 

rof 

mar.  to 

— 

in  com.  Essex 

liam 

John  4  sonne. 

London 

Nicholas 

Julian. 

esquier  sonne 

Harris  of 

— 

merchant 

Marshall 

— 

and  heire. 

Crixce  in 

Humfrey  5  sonne. 

mar.  Mary 

of  (East) 

Fraun. 

Essex 

— 

da.  of  John 

Donyland 

Knight. 

Henry  6  sonne. 

Cornelius 

in  com. 

— 

of  London 

Essex 

Edwyn  7  sonne. 

merchant. 

esquier. 

Robart  8  sonne. 

r 

William  sonne  1.  Thomas.  2.  John.  3.  Henry.  Mary.  Jane.  Katherin.] 
and  heire. 

(The parts  within  brackets  are  additions  to  the  31S.) 


ISrotonr. 


(No.  4.) 


Arms  (10  shields). — 1.  Wilford,  impaling  gules  a  chevron  between  three  lions'  paws 
erected  and  erased  within  a  borclure  argent,  on  a  chief  of 
the  second  an  eagle  displayed  sable,  crowned  or.  [Browne.] 

2.  Argent,  on  a  pale  sable  an  eagle  displayed  of  the  field 

[Tufton],  impaling  Browne. 

3.  Paly  of  three — 1.  Azure,  a  chevron  between  three  escallops 

argent.  [Townsend.]  2.  Browne.  3.  Per  fess  azure 
and  argent  a  pale  counter  changed,  three  stags'  heads  erased 
or.  [Roper.] 

4.  Waldegrave  impaling  Browne. 

5.  Gules,  on  a  fess  or  between  three  boars'  heads  couped  argent 

three  lioncels  sable  [Wyatt],  impaling  Browne. 

6.  Capell  impaling  Browne. 

7.  Brown  impaling  ermine  on  a  chevron  engrailed  azure  three 

lions'  heads  or.  [Pirton.] 

8  and  9.  Quarterly  of  nine — 1.  Browne.  2.  Carlton.  3.  Fran¬ 
cis.  4.  Veere.  5.  .  .  .  .  6.  Greene.  7.  Mable- 

thorp.  8 .  9.  Warren. 

10.  Browne  impaling  ermine  a  cross  sable,  a  crescent  for 
difference.  [ 

Crest. — A  lion’s  paw  erased  and  erect  argent,  holding  a  wing  sable.  [Browne.] 


Robert  Browne  in  occidentalibus=j= 
Anglise  partibus. 


Robard  Browne  of=Agnis  daugh.  and 


Wakefelde  in  com. 
Yorke  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


coheire  to  William 
Welles  esquier. 


Thomas  Browne  of=Joanne  syster  to 
Abbotts  Roodinge  John  Kyrkhamof 
in  com.  Essex  esqu.  Devonshire. 

2d  sonne. 


A 


B 


166 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


I 

Agnes  daugh.  and  sole 
heire  mar.  to  William 
Gargrave  esquier. 


B  I 


Thomas  Browne  of  Longehowse  in=j=Mary  daugh.  and 


Abbotts  Roodinge  in  com.  Essex 
esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


heire  to  Thomas 
Carleton  esquier. 


Sr  Weston  Browne  of=Mawde  daugh.  Ann  daugh.=Sr  Humfrey  Browne=Ann  dau 


Abbotts  Roodinge  in 
com.  Essex  but 
knighted  by  ye 
Kinge  of  Arrogon  in 
the  tyme  of  Hen.  7. 


to  William 
Mordant  of 
Turvey  in 
com.  Bedford 
esquier. 


and  coheire 
to  Henry 
Yeere  of 
Addington 
first  wyfe. 


of  Roodinge  Kt. 

2d  sonne  Justice  of 
the  Common  Place 
in  the  tyme  of 
Hen.  8. 


to  John 
Lorde 
Hussey 
2d  wife. 


George  Browne 
died  wlowt 
Issue  the  first 
of  Queene  Elz. 
a0  1558. 


I 

Mary  eldest  dau. 
and  coheire  mar. 
to  Thomas  Wil- 
ford  esquier 
sonn  and  heire 
to  Sr  James 
Wilford  Kt. 


Christiane  2d 
dau.  &  coh. 
mar.  to  Sr 
John  Tufton 
of  Kente 
Knighte 
father  to 
Nickolas 
Lord  Tufton. 


Catherine  3d  dau.  and  coheire 
mar.  first  to  Rich.  Townsende 
of  Ravneham  in  com.  Norffolke 
esquier  2d'y  to  William  Roper 
sonne  and  heire  to  Sr  Thomas 
Roper  of  Eltham  in  com. 
Kente  Kt. 


John  Browne=Etheldred 
of  Abbotts  daugh.  and 

Roodinge  in  coheire  to 

Essex  esquier  Henry 

sonne  and  Veere  of 

heire.  Addington 

esquire. 


Sr  Anthony  Browne  of  Welde- 
hall  in  com.  Essex  Knight 
Justice  of  ye  Common  Place 
mar.  Joanne  dau.  &  he.  to  Sr 
Henry  Farrington  of  Lancash. 
Kt.  wydow  to  Sr  Henry  Beck- 
enshall  Kt.  and  died  w'owt 
issue  and  lyeth  buryed  in 
St.  Martyns  Orgars  in 
London. 


A  daugh. 
mar.  to 
JolmPrior 
sonne  to  Sr 
Andrew 
Prior  Kt. 

2  daugh. 
mar.  to 
Smith  of 
Lyncolne- 
shire. 


Elizabeth,  dau.  to  John=George  Browne  of= - daugh. 

Leventhrope  of  ;  Clovills  Hall  in  to  Wilforde 

Abbotts  Rood-  2d  wyfe. 
inge  in  com.  Essex 
esquier  sonne  and 
heire. 


Shyngle  Hall  in  com. 
Hartford  esquier 
first  wyfe. 


Henry  Browne: 
of  London 
2d  sonne  obiit 
the  first  of 
Eliz.  1558. 


I  I 

3d  daugh. 
mar.  to 
Cutts  of 
Debden. 

4th  daugh. 
mar.  to 
Knighton 
of  Suf- 
folke. 


=Elizabeth 
dau.  to 
Bartho¬ 
lomew 
Lambert. 


Phillip  Browne  of  London  esquier=j= Joanne  daugh.  to  William  Archer  of 
sonne  and  heire.  *  Coopshall  (Thoydon  Garnon)  in  Essex. 


John  sonne 
&  heire. 


Phillip  2d 
sonne. 


Mary  eldest 
dau. 


Jayne  2d 
daugh . 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


167 


A  I 


Elizabeth  dau.=Weston  Browne  of— Mary  daugh.  to  Sr 

Edward  Capell  of 
Hadham  in  com. 
Hart.  Knight  first 
wyfe  obiit  s.p. 


to  Giles  Paw- 
lett  esquier 
2d  wife. 


Rookewoods  hall 
or  Covills  hall  in 
com.  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Ann  mar.  to  Row¬ 
land  Elliott  of 
Stortford  in  com. 
Essex  (Herts.)  3a 
sonne  of  John  of 
the  same  place. 


Catherin  eldest  and  coheire 
mar.  to  Nicholas  Walde- 
grave  sonne  to  Edward 
Waldegrave  of  Borley  in 
Essex  esquier. 


Jaynne  mar.  to  her  first  husband 
Edward  Wyatt  of  Tillingham  in 
com.  Essex  esquier  2dly  to  Sr 
Gamaliell  Capell  Knight  4th 
sonne  to  Sr  Henry  Capell  Knight. 


Anthony  Browne 
eldest  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


John  Browne  of  Wickham=Ann  daugh.  to 


hall  in  com.  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  he.  not  heire 
but  2d  sonne. 


I 

Sr  Anthony: 
Browne  of 
South 

Weldhall  in 
com.  Essex 
Knight 
sonne  and 
heire. 


Thomas  Stanton 
of  Somersettshir. 
ar. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Henry  Jernegan 
4th  son  to  Sr  George  Jernegan  of 
Somerleton  in  com.  Sulfolke  Kt. 


=Elizabeth 

Weston 

William 

Jayne  eldest 

dau.  to 

Browne 

Browne  mar. 

daugh.  mar.  to 

Edmond 

ob.  s.p. 

Mary,  dau.  to 

John  Filleall  of 

Pirton  of 

Sr  John  Sul- 

owld  Raynehall 

littell  Bent¬ 

yard  of 

in  Essex 

ley  in  com. 

Wetherden 

esquier. 

Essex  esq. 

in  com.  Suf- 

— 

She  2dly  mar. 

folkeKnight 

Sibbell  mar.  to 

to  Mr.  Lay- 

wydow  to 

John  Christmas 

tham  of 

Thomas 

of  Colchester  in 

Essex  ar. 

Tirrell  esqu. 

Essex  esq. 

Ann  3d  daugh. 
mar.  to  Thomas 
Perient  of  (?) 
Burghe  in 
Essex  esq. 

Elizabeth  4th 
daugh.  mar.  to 
Thomas  Cheney 
of  Chesham- 
boyes  in  com. 
Buckingham 
esquier. 


John  Browne  of  Sowthweld  hall=.  . 
in  com.  Essex  esquier  sonne  to 
and  heire. 


daugh. 


Elizabeth 

eldest 

daugh. 


Mary  2d 
daugh. 


Catherin  3d 
daugh. 


Bugjje. 


Aehs. — Azure ,  three  water  boagets  or,  a  bordure  argent  guttee  de  poix  [Bugge], 
impaling  Barrett. 

Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  moor's  head  in  pi'ofile,  “  tawny  ”  wreathed  of  the 
first  and  azure.  [Bugge.] 

John  Bugg  of  London  esquier  he  was  fownder 
of  a  g1  parte  of  Sl  Dionys  called  Backechurch 
in  Lymestreete  in  the  tyme  of  K.  H.  ye  6  where 
he  lyeth  Buryed.  =p 


168 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A 


I 

Stephen  Bugge  of  London  Esq.=pElizabeth 


sonne  and  heire  lyeth  Buryed 
in  Saint  Mildrid's  in  Bred- 
streete,  a0  1419. 


daugh.  to 

Thomas 

Marshall. 


John  Bugg 
2d  sonne. 


Henry  Bugg  3d  sonne 
fownded  a  chauntrey  in 
S'  Mildred’s  Church  in 
Bredstreete  a0  1419. 


Thomas  Bugg  of  London  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire.=pMargery  dau.  to  Tildesley. 


Edward  Bugg  of  Harlowe  in  com.=j= Alice  daugh.  to  John  Colte  of  Coltshall  in 
Essex  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  I  Cavendishe  in  com.  Suffolk  Esq. 


Anthony  Bugg  of  Har-=j=Ann  dau.  to  William 


lowe  in  com.  Essex 
esquier,  sonne  &  heire. 


Barrett  of  Belhowse 
in  Essex,  Esq. 


Edward  Bugg  2d 
sonne  mar.  the 
daugh.  to  Rains- 
ford. 


Margarett  mar. 
to  Fitz  Jeffory 
of  Bedforshyr. 


Edward  sonne  and  he.  Thomas  2d  sonne.  John  3d  sonne. 


ISuIlocfc. 

Arms. — Gules,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  bulls’  heads  cabossed  or  [Bullock], 
impaling  argent  a  chevron  sable,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  three  martlets  of  the 
first,  a  martlet  or  for  difference.  [Wilde.] 

Crest. — Five  Lochaber  axes  sable  encircled  bg  a  ribbon  or.  [Bullock.] 


John  Bullock  of  Wigborough  in  com. 
Essex,  Gentleman. 


~r 


Edward  Bullock  of  Wigborough=fJoanne  daugh.  to  John 
in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman,  sonne  Collen  of  Laver  in  com. 
and  heire.  Essex,  Gentle. 


Sr  Edward  Bullock  of  Muchtottham=pElizabeth  daugh.  to  Thomas 
(Totham)  in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  Wild  of  Kemsey  in  com. 
sonne  and  heire.  Worster,  Esquier. 


Edward  Bullock  Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire  apparent. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


169 


Bum,  Erne. 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  chief  indented  sable  two  lioncels  of  the  first.  [Burre.] 


Stephen  Burre  of  Barkinge  in  com. 
Essex,  gent. 

_ T1 


Thomas  Burre  of  Barkinge  in  com.  Essex,  gent, 
sonne  and  hr. 


John  Burre  of  Barkinge=pCatherine  daugh.  to  Richard 


in  com.  Essex  gentleman 
sonne  &  heire. 


Covert  of  Slaugham  in  com. 
Sussex,  Gentleman. 


Richard 
2d  sonne. 


Ann  mar.  to 

Richard 

Huttofte. 


John  Burre  of  Up-=pAlice  daugh.  Richard 
sail  (?  TJphall)  in  to  Thomas  2d  sonne. 

Essex  Gentle.  Marche, 

sonne  &  heire. 


Elizabeth  mar.  Jayne  mar.  first  to 
to  Edward  James  Thomas,  2d'y 
Crofts.  Veale  of  Lanca¬ 

shire. 


Catherin  unmaryed. 


Jayne.  Jayne.  Sarah.  Agatha.  Elizabeth. 


Butler. 


Arms. — Argent,  on  a  chief  sable  three  covered  cups  or  [Butler],  impaling  Elliott 
without  a  difference. 

Crest. — A  tree  vert  between  two  hawlcs  combatant  wings  endorsed  or.  [  ] 


George  Butler  of  Tofte=p. .  .  .  daugh.  to 
in  Sharnbrooke  in  com.  Throgmorton 
Bedford,  Gentleman.  Esquier. 


Mary  eldest  dau.  and=pJohn  Butler  of=pCressett  daugh. 


coheire  to  James  Gedge 
of  Shenfilde  in  com. 
Essex  Esq.  and  wydow 
to  Christopher  Harris 
esquier,  2d  wyfe. 


Tofte  in  Sharn¬ 
brooke  in  com. 
Bedford  Esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Sr  John  S1 
John  of  Blett- 
sowe  in  com. 
Bedford  Knight 
first  wyfe. 


Ralfe  obiit  s.p. 

Peter  Buttler. 

.  .  .  .  daugh.  mar.  to 
Agard  of  London, 
Gent. 


170 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Sr  Oliver  Butler  of  Sharnbrooke  in 
com.  Bedforde  Knight,  sonne  and 
heire  mar.  Ann  dau.  and  sole  heme 
of  Barham  of  Teston  in  com. 
Kente,  ar. 


John  Butler  of=p  Jayne  dau.  to  Edward 


Littell  Burch  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier  sonne. 


Elliott  of  Newland- 
hall  in  com.  Essex 
Esquier  and  his  co- 
heire. 


John  sonne 
and  heire. 


Thomas 
2d  sonne. 


Jayne  eldest 
daugh. 


Sara  Elizabeth  Cressett 
2d  daugh.  3d  daugh.  4th  daugh. 


Ann  mar.  to  George 
Digby  of  Barnes 
in  com.  Surrey 
Gentlem. 


I 

Jayne  mar.  to  Robert 
Wright  of  Dening- 
ton  in  com.  Suff. 
clarke. 


Martha  mar.  to 
Humfrey  Bar- 
rell  a  courtier. 


I 

Mary  mar.  to 
Richard  Arkenstall 
of  the  He  of  Eley 
Gentleman. 


Nathaniell  her  eldest 


I  I 


sonne. 


James  2d  sonne. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  John  Cornelius  of 
London,  Marcbant. 

Sara  mar.  to  William  Vernor  of 
Malden  in  Essex. 


Camoclse. 


Arms. — Quarterly  or  and  gules,  a  cross  ermine.  [Camocke.] 


John  Camocke  of  Layer  Marney=p 
in  com.  Essex  Gentleman. 


Elizabeth  dau.  to  Badby=pRobart  Camocke  of  Layers  Mary  dau.  to 
of  Layer  Marney  in  com.  Marney  in  com.  Essex  Everett 

Essex,  first  wyfe.  gent,  sonne  and  heire.* *  2d  wyfe. 


Thomas  Camocke  of  the=Ursulay  dau.  to  Wyrley  Dorathe  mar.  to  Richard 

same  place  gent,  sonne  of  Dodford  in  com.  Whitlocke  of  Totham 

and  heire.  Northampton.  parva  in  Essex. 


*  See  his  will,  proved  1585,  in  Mr.  H.  W.  King’s  Notices  of  Essex  Wills.  (Essex  Arch.  Soc. 
Trans.,  i.  156.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


171 


CapeU. 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  twelve — 1  and  12.  Gules,  a  lion  rampant  between  three  cross 
crosslets  fitchee  or.  [Capell.]  2.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  azure  three  garbs  or. 
[Newton.]  3.  Brown.  4.  Charlton  or  Carlton.  5.  Francis. 
6.  Yeere.  7.  Argent,  on  a  bend  azure  three  crosses  pattee  or.  [ 

8.  Greene.  9.  Mablethorpe.  10.  Argent,  a  cross  engrailed  gules. 
[Greene  of  Drayton.]  11.  Warren. 

Crest. — A  demi-lion  or,  holding  in  his  paws  a  cross  crosslet  fitche  gules,  a  martlet 
for  difference.  [Capell.] 


Sr  William  Capell  of  London  Shrive  a0  1489  and  twyce=Margarett  daugh. 


Lord  Mayor  a0  1503  and  1509  Knighted  by  Kinge 
Henry  7.  he  lyeth  buryed  in  a  stately  Chappie  by  him 
bilte  in  Sl  Bartholomews  Church  by  ye  Exchange. 


to  Sr  Thomas 
Arundell  Knight. 


Sr  Giles  Capell  of= 
Hadhara  in  com. 
Hartford  Knight 
sonne  and  heire 
Lyeth  Buryed 
by  his  father. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
and  coheir e 
to  Sr  J ohn 
Newton  al’s 
Craddock 
Knight. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  William  Pawlett  Knight 
of  the  Garter  Lord  Sl  John  of  Basinge  and 
Tresuror  of  the  Howsehould  to  K.  H.  8. 

Created  Earl  of  Wiltshire  by  Edw.  6  1549  & 
Lord  Tresuror  of  England  and  Marques  of  Win¬ 
chester  obiit  1571,  14  of  Q.  Elizabeth. 


Sr  Edward  Capell  of  Had-=Ann  daugh.  to  Sr  William 
ham  in  com.  Hartford  Pelham  of  Burnt  Pelham 
Knight  sonne  and  heire.  in  com.  Hart.  Knight. 


Margarett  mar.  to  Robert 
W  arde  of  Brooke  al’s 
Kirkby  in  com. 

Norlfolke  ar. 


Sr  Henry  Capell  of  Raynes= 
in  com.  Essex  or  of  Had- 
ham  in  com.  Hartford 
Knight  sonne  and  heire. 

1  1 

=Lady  Catherin  dau.  Mary  mar.  to  Elizabeth  mar. 

to  Thomas  Manners  Weston  Browne  to  John  Went- 
Erle  of  Ruttland  &  of  Rookewoods  worth  of  Bock- 
Knight  of  the  Hall  or  Covells  ing  in  com. 

Garter.  Hall  in  com.  Essex  ar. 

Essex  esquier. 

1 

Sr  Gamaliell  Capell= 
of  Raynes  in 
com.  Essex 
Knighted  a0  1603 

4th  sonne  age  4 
yeares  a0  1570. 

1  III 

=Jayne  2d  daugh.  and  co-  Agnes  age  Frauncis  Mary  age 
heire  to  Weston  Browne  7  yeares  and  Ann  10  weakes 

of  Rookewoods  in  com.  1570.  age  5  1570  mar. 

Essex  esquire  wydow  to  yeares  to  Henry 

Edward  Wyatt  of  i570.  Mildmaye 

Tillingham  in  Essex  esquier. 

esquire. 

|  '  "  1  1 

Sr  Gamaliell  Capell  of  Raynes  in  com.=.  .  .  .  daugh.  Mary  eldest  Ann  2d 

Essex  Knight  sonne  and  heire.  to  ...  .  daugh.  daugh. 

A 

172 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


....  daugh.= 
to  Lawrence 
wydow  to 
Hinde  of 
Cambridg- 
shir  Knight 
2d  wyfe. 


I 

=Sr  Arthur  CapelL 
of  Hadham  in 
com.  Hartford 
Knight  sonne 
and  heire  age  12 
years  in  Aprell 
a0  1570. 


A| 


=Margarett 

Sr  Edward 

John  Capell 

Robert 

dau.  to  John 

Capell  Kf 

3d  sonne  age 

age  2 

Lord  Graye 

2d  sonne 

9, 1570  mar. 

years 

brother  to 

age  11 

Hellen 

a0 

the  Marques 

a0  1570. 

daugh. to 

1570. 

Dorsett 

Leventhorpe 

first  wyfe. 

wydow  to 

John  Longmor. 


Sr  Henry  Capell=. . . .  daugh . mar.  to  Sr  Con- 

Knight  sonne  to  ...  .  stantyne  Lewyn  of 
and  heire.  Kente  Knight. 


I 

...•  mar.  to  Sr  John  Corbett 
of  Sproston  in  com.  Norffolke 
Knight  Barronett. 


Cartnnall. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Sable,  a  fess  engrailed  between  three  cardinal  knots  argent 
[Cardinall],  impaling  Wentworth. 

2.  Heigham  impaling  Cardinall. 

Crest. — A  dromedary  sable,  collared  dancetle  or.  [Cardinall.] 

Stephen  Cardinall  of  Wenham  in 
com.  Suffolke  Gentleman. 


“T 


William  Cardinall  of  Wenham  in  com.=pAnn  daugh.  to  Roger  Amice  of  Colne  Wake 
Suff.  Gent,  sonne  and  heire.  I  in  com.  Essex  gent,  wydow  to  Thom.  Allen. 


Joanne  daugh.= William  Cardinall=Lettyces  dau.  to 


to  John  Gur- 
don  of  Assing- 
ton  in  com. 
Suffolke  ar. 
first  wyfe. 


of  Muche  Bromley 
in  com.  Essex  ar. 
sonne  and  he. 


William  Knight- 
ley  wydow  to 
Clipsbye  of 
Norffolke 
2d  wyfe. 


Stephen  Edward  Cardinall 
Cardi-  of  Hadley  in  com. 
nail  2d  Suffolke  3d  sonne 
sonne.  whose  posteritye 
remayneth  in 
Suffolke. 


Joanne  mar.  to 
William  Suckling 
of  Norwich. 


William  Cardinall  of  Much=pMary  daugh.  to  William  Went- 
Bromley  in  com.  Essex  ar.  worth  of  Mountnesinge  in  com. 
sonne  and  heire.  Essex  esquier. 


Ann  daugh.  and  sole  heire  mar.  to  Sr  Clement  Higham 
of  Barrowball  in  com.  Suffolke  Knight. 


Faythe  mar.  to  Henry 
Apulton  of  Muche 
Bentley  in  com.  Essex 
esquier. 


Rosse  mar.  to  George  Sayre 
of  Colchester  in  com.  Essex 
esquier. 


Jayne  mar.  to  Robert  Vesye 
of  Weeks  (Wix)  Abbye  in 
com.  Essex  esquier. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


173 


Carington. 


Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Argent,  a  cross  gules  between  four 
'peacocks  azure.  [Carington.]  2.  Quarterly  argent  and 
sable,  in  the  first  quarter  a  fleur-de-lis  gules,  in  the  fourth 
an  ermine  spot.  [Lainham.]  3.  Argent,  on  a  chevron 
azure  three  escallops  of  the  first,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a 
lion  passant  of  the  first.  [Hinde.]  4.  Azure,  a  lion  ram¬ 
pant  argent.  [Foster.]  5.  Azure,  a  fess  between  two 
chevrons  argent  [Tendring],  impaling  argent  a  chevron 
azure  between  three  lions  rampant  gardant '  sable.  [Turner.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  thirteen — 1.  Smith.  2.  Lainham.  3.  Hinde. 

4.  Nevell.  5.  Nevell.  6.  Bulmer.  7,  8,  9, 10,  and 
11  same  as  5,  6,  7,  8,  and  9  in  the  impaled  coat  quarterly 
of  ten  under  Harvey.  12.  Nevill.  13.  Warde. 

3.  Smith  impaling  qules,  a  lion  rampant  per  fess  arqent  and 

sable.  [G-reene.] 

4.  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Smith.  2.  Lainham.  3.  Hinde. 

4.  Sable,  two  lions  passant,  crowned  or.  [Harewell.] 

5.  Argent,  three  lions'  heads  or  faces  erased  sable  [Mor¬ 
ton],  impaling  azure  on  a  chief  or  a  demi-lion  rampant 
issuant  gules.  [Markham.] 

Crest. — A  peacock's  head  erased  gules,  ducally  gorged  or.  [Carington.] 

Sr  William  Carington  Knight.^=Anne  daugh.  and  heire 


Arms. — Argt.  on  a  bend  sable 
3  Fawchens  in  salter  agl  kilted 
or.  Poynts  downward. 


to  Edmond  Farwell  & 
of  his  wyfe,  dau.  & 
heire  of  Robt.  Coventree. 


Sr  Edward  Ca-=j=Catherin  daugh.  and  Sr  William=j=Catherin  syster  to 


rington  Knight, 
sonne  and  he. 


William  Carington 
Esquier. 


heire  to  Sr  Thomas 
Herriett  Knight. 


Carington 
Knight. 


I  I 

Michaell. 

Hughe. 


f 


William  Mountacute 
Erie  of  Salesbery. 


Sr  Thomas  Carington  Knight, : 
sonne  and  heire,  obiit  4  Rich. 
2  a0  1378. 


:Margaret  daugh.  to 
Sr  Robart  Roose, 
Knight. 


Edmond  Carington 
Esqu.  eldest  sonne 
obiit  21  of  Richard 
2d  1397,  mar. 
Joanne  dau.  to  Sr 
John  Ferrers 
Knight. 


I 


Ann  daugh. 
to  Gernon 
wydow  to 
Baynard 
first  wyfe. 


I 

= John  Carington  whoe: 
fled  owt  of  England 
and  named  him  selfe 
Smith. 

Arms. — Arg(  a  crosse 
gules  enter  4  Pecockes 

a  y  u  tp 

Obiit  25  of  H.  6,1446. 


^Elizabeth  dau.  and  heire 
to  Robart  Lainham  & 
of  Alice  daugh.  &  heire 
to  John  Hende  of  Lon¬ 
don,  Mayor  16  of  Rich¬ 
ard  2  a0  1392. 


Isabell  Catherin 
mar.  to  mar.  to 
Thomas  John 
Nevell.  Trainham 

(?  Lainham). 


.  .  .  . daugh= 
to  Hamond 
first  wyfe. 


:Thomas  Smith  of=pIsabell  dau. 
Rivenhall  in  com. 

Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


and  heire 
to  William  Foster  of 
Littell  Baddow  in  com. 
Essex,  Esquire. 


174 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Thomas  Smith  of  Ri-: 
venhall  in  Essex,  ar. 
sonne  and  he. 


:Edyth  dau. 
to  Robart 
Hatch  ar. 


Milisent  mar.  to 
William  Bramp¬ 
ton  of  Colchester. 


Isabella  mar.  John 
to  Hawkes  obiit 

of  Bokinge.  s.p. 


Winifred  syster  to  Sr=f=Nicholas  Smith  of  Lay-p=Grace  dau.  and  heire  of 


James  Wilford  Knight, 
first  wyfe. 


nams  in  Essex,  ar.  sonne 
and  he. 


Abell  and  wydow  to  James 
Langbrooke. 


I 


Reynolde  Smith  obiit  s.p.  Mary  onely  Daught. 


r 

Sr  Clement  Smiths 
of  Littell  Baddow 
in  com.  Essex  Kl 
2d  sonne. 


:Dorathe  dau.  to 
Edward  Seymer, 
duke  of  Somer- 
sett. 


John  Smith*=p _ daugh.  to  Trym- 


Blakemoore  in 
Essex,  3d- 
sonne. 


nell  of  Worstersh. 
Kings  Auditor 
there. 


Sr  John  Smith 
Kl  sonne  and 
heire. 

Clement 
2  sonne. 


I 


III 

Bennett  Dorathe  mar. 
3d  sonne.  to  Parker 

Ann. 

Mabell. 


I 


....  daugh.=pThomas: 
to  Colshill  1  Smith 


first  wyfe. 


of 

Blake- 

more 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


Frauncis  Smith  disinherited  mar. 
Billingsley. 


dau.  of  Alderman 


=Margarett 
dau.  and 
sole  heire 
to  John 
Turner  of 
Cressing 
hall  in 
Essex. 


John  sonne 
and  heire. 


Arthur  mar. 
to  Milward. 


I  I  I 

Margarett.  Athalancia. 
Abbigall. 


Leonard  Smith  of=j=Elizabeth  daugh. 


Showldham  in  com. 
Norff.  4th  sonne. 


to  George  Colte  of 
Cavendishe. 


I 

Isabell  mar.  to  William  Tussar  or 
Turssar  of  Reynolds  in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman. 


Leonard  eldest 
sonne. 


Henry  2d  sonne. 
Edward  3d  sonne. 


John 
4th  sonne. 


n 


i 


Elizabeth.  Jayne. 
Ann. 


1  |  2  | 

[  Charles=p.  ...  da.  of  Wiseman  Arthur  Smith=pAnne  d.  of 
Smith,  of  Rivenhall.  of  Blackmore.  Milward. 


I  2  |  3  |  | 

Dorothey  Smith  mar.  Thomas.  Arthur.  Stephen  Smyth 
to  Thomas  Jenyns  of  of  Blackmore. 

Dunrnow. 

( The  above  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


Joane  da.  of 
Thomas  Benet  of 
London  Aider- 
man.  ]  D 


*  His  will,  dated  1543,  mentioning  his  wife  Dorothy,  and  several  sons  and  daughters, 
given  in  ‘  Essex  Arch.  Trans.,’  vol.  iii.,  55. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


175 


Robart  Smith  2d  sonne 
had  issue/ 


I  I 

John  Smith  4th  sonne  had  Christopher  5th  sonne. 
issue. 


Hughe  Smithe  of=j=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
Essex,  3d  sonne.  to 


Jayne  mar. 
to  Ed¬ 
monds. 


Margarett  mar. 
to  Whitebrede. 


Millisent  mar.  to 
Moyne  of  Riven- 
hall. 


Anne  daugh. = 
and  heire  to 
Wood  first 
wyfe. 


-Sr  John  Smith  of  Cressinge- 
Temple  in  com.  Essex,  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire,  one  of  the 
Barons  of  y°  Exchequer. 


: Agnes  daugh.  and  coheire  to  Sr  Wil¬ 
liam  Harwell  of  Wooton  and  Shot- 
terey  in  com.  W arwick  Knight, 2d  wyfe. 


Edmond- 
Smith  of 
Cressing 
tern, 
esquier, 
sonne  and 
heire. 


I 


-Barbara  Thomas  Smith=pMary  dau.  and= Edward  Smith  3d  sonne 
dau.  and 
coheire 
to  Sr 
John 

Hampden, 


of  Cressing 
tern.  Esqu. 
2d  sonne. 


Knight. 


Ann  daugh.  and  sole  heire 
mar.  to  William  Pawlett 
esquier  sonne  to  Sr  George 
Pawlett. 


heire  to  Sr  Tho¬ 
mas  Novell  of 
Holte,  she  after 
mar.  to  Fraun- 
cis  Harvy 
Pentioner  to 
Q.  Eliz. 


mar.  Elizabeth,  dau.  and 
coheire  to  Eustace  Fitz 
Harbert.  She  after 
maryed  to  Thomas 
Smith  of  Camden  in 
Glostersh,  and  had  Issue 
Gresogan. 


J  ohn  Smith  of  Dunmowe  in  Essex 
maryed  first  Ann  dau.  &  heire  to  (?) 
Bedge  2d  to  Margarett  dau.  to  George 
Dacres  of  Cheston  in  Hartfordsh. 
obiit  s.p.  on  Sl 2 3  James  daye  1592 
34  of  Eliz. 


Henry  Smith  of  Cressing 
temple  in  Essex  esquier 
sonne  &  heire  mar.  daught. 
to  Greene  of  Essex  obiit 
s.p. 


Thomas  Smith  al’s 
Nevell  2d  sonne 
and  of  Cressing 
temple  esquier. 


Grisogon,  mar.  to 
Andrew  Jenour  of 
Alfreston  Hall  in 
Dunmowe  in  com. 
Essex  esqui.  obiit 
1621. 


I 

William 
3d  sonne. 


Ann  mar.  first  Anthony  Barrow*  of  Odell 

2dly  to  Thomas  Luson  of  Limster 

3dly  to  Edward  Griffin  of  Dingley. 

2.  Ursula  mar.  to  Edmond  Hayes  of 
London. 

*  See  p.  34. 


I  I 

3.  Dorathe  mar.  first  to 
AylofFe  2dly  to  Buttler 
of  Hartfordshire. 

4.  Brigettmar.  to  sonne 
and  heire  to  Hoddy 
Lord  Cheffe  Barron. 


5.  Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
Robert 
Wykes  of 
Glostershir. 


Mary  daugh. =Frauncis  Smith  of=Elizabeth  dau.  to  S 


and  heire  to 
Morton  first 
wyfe. 


Wooton  in  com. 
Warwick  in  right 
of  his  mother  her 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Brudenell 
of  Deane  in  com. 
Northampton 
Knight. 


William  Smith  2d  sonne 
by  ye  2d  wyfe  mar.  Grace 
da.  to  Robt.  Cooke  of 
Bokinge. 


176 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


George  Smith  of= 
Wootton  in  com. 
Warwick  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


3  I 


of  Wootton  in 
com.  Warwick 
Knight  sonne  and 
heire. 


Ann  daugh. 
to  Sr  Tho¬ 
mas  Giffard 
of  Chilling- 
ton  Knight. 

Thomas  1 
sonne. 

William  2 
sonne. 

Edward 

3  sonne. 

Frauncis  4th 
sonne. 

Mathew  5th 
sonne. 

Ann. 

Mary. 

=Ann  daugh. 

1  1 

George  2d 

John  4th 

1  1  1 

Elizabeth. 

1  1 

Ursula. 

to  Thomas 

sonne. 

sonne. 

— 

— 

Markham 

esquier. 

Thomas  3d 
sonne. 

Robart 

5th  sonne. 

Mary. 

Ann. 

Dorathe. 

Charles  Smith  esquier  Thomas  2d  Mary  onely 

sonne  and  heire.  sonne.  daugh. 


Cljastelm. 

{See  Josselgn,  No.  2.) 


Cljtrfw. 

This  Family  in  former  times  was  of  Northamptonshire  &  surnamed 
de  Butevillar  of  whom  was  Sr  Will’m  Butevillar  Knight,  whose 
descendants  are  commonly  called  Cheeks. 

Anns. — Argent,  three  crescents  gules.  [Cheeke.] 


Richard  Cheeke  of  Matstone=p.  . .  .  daughter 


(Mottiston)  in  the  Isle  of 


Wight. 


of  the  Lord 
Mountague. 


Edward  Cheeke  of  Matstone.=p.  .  .  .  dau’r  of  ...  .  Trevanion. 


John  Cheeke  of  Matstone.=p.  .  .  .  daughter  of  ...  .  Tremayne. 


John  Cheeke.=p.  .  .  .  dau’r  of  ...  .  Clamorgan. 

^  I 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


177 


A| 


Robert  Cheeke  of  Motstone=F.  . .  .  dau’r  of  ...  .  Bramshott. 


David  Cheeke  of=p, 
Matstone  eldest 
son. 


Thoi 
Cheeke. 


field. 


dau’r  of 
Bramp- 


I 


Peter=j=Agnes  dau’r  of  William.  Thomas. 


Cheeke. 


Duffeild 
of  Cambridge. 


i=.  .  .  . 

Sr  Jolm= 

=Mary 

1  1 

Ann  wife  to 

Elizabeth 

Magdalen  1st  mar. 

dau.of 

Cheeke 

Hill. 

George  Ailing- 

wife  to 

to  Lawrence 

Uve- ' 
dale. 

Knight. 

ton. 

Alice  wife  to 
_ Blith. 

Spring. 

Eresby  secondly  to 
John  Purvey. 

Mary  wife  to  Wil¬ 
liam  Cicell  Lord 
Burleigh. 

Henry=f=  Frances  sister  of  Edward  Ratcliffe 
Cheeke.  Earle  of  Sussex. 


2.  John.  3.  Edward. 


Katherin  da.  of=Sr  Thomas  Cheeke=lady  Essex 
Peter  Osborne  of  Pirgo  in  co.  daughter  of 

of  Chicksans  Essex  Knight.  Robert  lord 

co.  Bedf.  Rich  Earle 

of  Warwick. 


d 


enry . wife  ....  wife 

—  to  Tho-  to  ...  . 

Halton.  mas  Mole. 

Spencer. 


Note. — This  pedigree  differs  in  many  respects  from  that  of  Cheeke  in  the  Hants  Visitation  of 
1634,  and  the  whole  of  it  is  an  addition  to  the  MS. 


Cimrtl). 


Arms. — Gules ,  a  fess  or,  in  chief  three  dexter  gauntlets  appaum.ee proper.  [Church.] 
Crest. — An  arm  embovoed  in  armour  proper,  holding  a  staff  or.  [Church.] 

p’  W.  Camden,  1613. 

Bartholomew  Church  of  Erles  Colne=j= Alice  daugh.  to  Roger  Bonner  of  Erles 
in  com.  Essex  gentleman.  Colne  in  com.  Essex  gentle. 


John  Church  of  Erles= 
Colne  in  com.  Essex 
gentle,  sonne  and 
heire. 


=Rose  daugh.  to 
Robart  Burges 
of  Colchester 
in  Essex. 


Robart  Church  of=Rosse  daugh.  to  George 


Erles  Colne  in 
com.  Essex 
doctor  of  Devin  ity 
2'1  sonne. 


Cowper  of  Roughton- 
holme  in  com.  Norffolke 
gentleman. 


178 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


Bartholmew= 
Church  of 
Erles  Colne 
in  com. 

Essex  sonne 
&  heire  obiit 
in  ye  Lowe 
Cuntryes 
wfowt  Issue. 


=Susanne  daugh. 
to  Thomas 
Bantock  She 
mar.  first  to 
"W  incole  2d  to 
Syder (?  Syday) 
and  3dly  to 
Church. 


B  I 


1 

John 

Mary  mar. 

1  1 

Rosse  mar.  1st 

1  1  1 

Bartholomew 

Church 

to  William 

to  Edward 

Church  sonne 

2d 

Syday  of 

Freeman  of 

and  heire. 

sonne. 

Alfantston 

Stortforde  in 

— 

(Alpham- 

com.  Hart- 

Mary. 

ston)  in 

ford  2dl-v  to 

— 

Essex 

gentle. 

John  Bryan 
of  Fingring- 
how. 

Rosamonde. 

Jayne  unmar. 


Cliffe. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  'popinjays  vert,  membei'ed  and  attired  gules 
[Cliffe],  impaling  Tirrell. 

John  Cliffe  of  Buckfastleigh  in  com.=p.  .  .  .  daugh. 

Devon  gentleman.  to  Barde. 


Margarett  dau.  to= 
John  Somaster  of 
Penisford  in  com. 
Devon  ar. 

Buryed  the  first 
of  October  1553. 


=John  Cliffe  of  Ingerstone  (Ingate- 
stone)  in  com.  Essex  esquier  sonne 
and  heire  Clerke  of  the  Signett  to 
K.  Henry  8  Edw.  6  Q.  Mary 
Q.  Elizabeth  obiit  ye  9  of  Marche 
a0  1588.  Buried  in  Ingerston 
Church  age  70. 


==Ann  daugh.  to 

Jaynne 

George  Kebell 

mar.  to 

of  Newbottell 

Maddox 

in  com. 

of 

Northampt.  obiit 

Devon¬ 

ye  5  of  Septemb. 

shire. 

1587. 

John  Cliffe 
died  in 
Portugall 
viage  w'owt 
issue. 


I  I 

Anne  mar.  to 
Kauffe 
Ammnere 
(?  Hamner) 
of  London. 

Mary  mar.  to 
Anthony  Lawe 
of  London. 


John  Cliffe=Ann  daugh. 


of  Inger¬ 
ston  in 
com.  Essex 
esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Thomas 
Tirrell  of 
Herron  in 
Essex 
esquier. 


I  I  J 

Catherin  eldest  dau.  obiit  s.p. 
a°  1576  of  ye  age  of  7. 

Margarett  2d  dau.  mar.  to 
Bryan  Cave  of  Bayegrave 
in  com.  Lester  esquire. 

George  obiit  2  years  olde. 


1  1  1 

John  sonne  &  heire. 

1  1 

Frauncis 

1 

Ann  2d  dau.  mar. 

1  1  1 
Mary. 

Margarett  Elizabeth. 

— 

obiit  s.p. 

to  Edw.  Unger 

— 

obiit  — 

Thomas  2d  sonne. 

— 

(?  Anger)  of 

Avis. 

1614.  Susan 

— 

Catherin 

Debnam  in  com. 

— 

obierunt 

Edward  3d  sonne. 

eldest 

dau. 

Suffolke  gent. 

Ursula. 

s.p. 

THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


179 


Clouijtle. 

{See  Clobtle.) 


Clopton. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Sable,  a  bend  argent  between  two  cotises  dancette  or,  a  crescent 
for  difference.  [Clopton.]  2.  Argent,  a  linn  rampant  sable,  debruised  by  a 
fess  compony  or  and  azure.  [Mylde.]  3.  Gules,  a  saltire  between  four  crosses 
patte'e  or.  [Francis.]  4.  Per  pale  gules  and  azure  three  chevronels  argent, 
voided  and  counterchanged  of  the  field  [Say],  impaling  Wiseman  as  in  No.  8 
of  this  Vis. 

Crest. — A  wolfs  head  per  pale  or  and  azure  [Clopton],  a  crescent  for  difference. 


John  Clopton  of  Kentwell  in  com.  Suffolke  esquier 
sonne  and  heire  to  William  Clopton  esquier. 


Joanne  daugh.  to  William=f=Sr  William  Clopton  of=Thomasine  2nd  sister  and  heire 


Marrow  of  Stepney  in 
com.  Middlesex  ar.  first 
wyfe. 


Kentwell  in  com. 
Suffolke  Knight  sonne 
and  heire. 


to  Edmond  Knyvett  of  Stan- 
waye  in  Essex  esquier  2nd  wyfe 
obiit  a°  1500. 


John  Clopton=Elizabeth 
of  Kentwell  i  dau.  and 


in  com.  Suf¬ 
folke  esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


heire  to 
Thomas 
Roydon 
esquier. 


William  Clopton=Elizabeth  dau.  and  co- 
2d  sonne  and  of  heire  to  Thomas  Saye  of 
Lyston  (Liston)  Lyston  h.  in  com.  Essex 
Hall  in  com.  ar.  2nd  brother  to  Sr 
Essex  in  right  of  Will’m  Saye  of 
his  wyfe.  Hoddesdon  in  com. 

Hartford  Knight. 


Robert  3d 
sonne  a 
prest. 


William  Clopton  of 
Kentwell  in  Suffolke 
esquire  sonne  and 
heire  whose  posterity 
still  remayneth  there. 


William  Clopton= 
of  Lyston 
(Liston)  in  com. 
Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


=Elizabeth 
dau.  to 
Everardof 
Denston 
esquier. 


Frauncis  Clopton  of  Kediton 
in  com.  Suffolke  gentleman 
maryed  4  tymes  and  died 
w4owt  Issue. 


William  Clopton  of=j=Ann  daugh.  to 


Lyston  in  com. 
Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  hr. 


Sr  Thomas 
Barnardeston 
Knight. 


Roger  Thomas  John  4th  sonne 

2d  3d  sonne.  maryed  into 

sonne.  Lyncolnshire. 


William  Clopton= 
of  Lyston  hall 
in  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  hr. 


=Ann  dau.  & 
hr.  to  John 
Wiseman  of 
Stisted  in 
com.  Essex 
esqu. 


Frauncis  Clop¬ 
ton  of  Long 
Melford  in 
com.  Suffolke 
mar.  ye  dau.  & 
hr.  to  Short  of 
Suffolke. 


Ann  mar.  to 
GeorgeParris 
of  Dubling- 
ton  (?  Linton) 
in  Cam- 
bridgsh. 


Mary  mar.  first  to 
Will.  Smith  of 
Thorndon  in  com. 
Suffolke  2nd  to 
George  White- 
crofte  of  Eye  in 
com.  Suffolke. 


180 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Ctobtle,  Ctoubtle,  CoMe* 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent ,  tiro  chevrons  between  three 
martlets  sable,  2,  1.  [Tanfield.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a 
chevron  sable  between  three  wolves'  heads  erased  gules 
[Lovell],  impaling  quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  two 
chevrons  sable,  each  charged  ivith  Jive  nails  or.  [Clovile.] 
2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  bend  azure  three  fleurs  de  Its  or. 
[Bardfield.] 

2.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Colvile.  2  and  3.  Ermine,  on  a  chief 
azure  three  lioncels  or  [Auger  or  Aucher],  impaling 
quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  three  bars  sable,  in  chief  three 
trevets  of  the  second.  [Ryvett  or  Trevett.]  2  and  3. 
Argent,  a  raven  sable  perched  on  a  lorleaux.  [Raven.] 
Crest. — A  demi-ostrich  argent,  bealced  gules,  in  the  bealc  a  nail  or.  [Clovile.] 
Motto. — “All  is  in  God.” 


William  Clovyle  gentleman  mar. 
and  had  issue  as  folio  we  th. 

_ ~r 


Robert  Clovyle  that  receved  the  Guifte  of 
Warren  Mownkenyso  of  all  the  Lands  in 
Westhaningfilde  called  20  Acres  to  holde  of 
the  sayde  Warren  by  19s  rente. 


Sr  William  Clovyle  Knight  sonne  and  heire, 
died  on  Sl  Parnells  daye  in  the  24  yeare  of 
Kinge  Edward  the  first  a0  1296  as  by  a  deade 
is  menshoned. 


Richard  Clovile  of  West  Haningfild  in  com.  Essex= 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


William  Clovile  of  Westhaningfild  in  com.  Essex- 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


to 


daugh. 


r 


:.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  ...  . 


John  Clovile  of  Westhaningfild  in  com.  Essex, =pMargarett  dau.  to  Sr  William  Al- 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  I  lington,  Knight. 


William  Clovile  of  Westhaningfild  in  Essex,  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire=p.  ...  a 
17  of  Rich.  2,  1393.  I  daugh. 


William  Clovile 
of  Westhaning¬ 
fild,  Esquier. 


Walter  . =j=Henry  Clovile  of=f=Christian  dau.  and  heire 


Clovile 

2d 

sonne. 


daugh. 
to  ...  . 
first 
wyfe. 

a 


Clovils  hall  in  com. 
Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire 
mar.  to  wyfes  lived 
32  of  H.  6,  1443. 

B 


to  John  Bradefilde  of 
Margatinge  she  2ly  mar. 
to  Thomas  Leventhorpe 
she  lived  13  Edw.  4th  a0 
1475. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


181 


B  I 


John  Clovile  of  West-=j=Margery  dau.  William  Edward  Clovile=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  of 


haningfild  in  Essex, 
Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire  2°  of  H.  7th  1486 


to  William 
Allington, 
ar. 


2d  sonne 
obiit 
s.p. 


Esquier,  3d 
sonne  13°  of  Ed¬ 
ward  4th  a0  1473. 


Henry  Clovile  of=j=Margarett  daugh. 


Cloviies  Hall,  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier,  sonne 
&  heire. 


and  heire  to  An¬ 
ger  (  ?  Auger  or 
Aucher)  of 
Kent. 


Thomas  Colvile  of  Cop-- 
fauld  hall  in  Essex,  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire  32  of  K. 
H.  8  1540  obiit  20  of  Jully 
a0  1546  38  H.  8. 


William  Tirrell, 
syster  to  Sr 
J ames  Tirrell  Kb 


:Mary  daugh.  to 
John  Browne 
of  Oxfordshire 
Esquier. 


William  Clovile  of  Cloviies  Hall  in  com.  Essex=j=Mary  daugh.  to  Sr  William 


esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


Carew,  Knight. 


Frauncis  Clovile  of  Clovils=FAnn  daugh. 


Hall  in  Essex 
sonne  and  heire. 


Esquire, 


to  Thirkill. 


Edward  Cloville 
2d  sonne,  mar. 
and  had  issue. 


Mary  mar.  to  John 
Leventhrope  of 
Shingle  Hall  in 
Essex,  Esquier. 


Eustace  Clovile  of=p J ayne  daugh. 
Clovils  hall  in 
Essex,  Esquire, 
sonne  and  heire. 


I 


Percivall  first 
sonne,  slayne 
wlowt  issue. 


Presella  dau.  mar.  to 
to  Sr  Persivall  Roger  Brampston  of 
Harte  of  Boreham  in  Essex 
Kente  Knight.  Esquier. 


I 

Ann  mar. 
to 

Frauncis 

Greene. 


Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
Thomas 
Bushe. 


Sr  Henry  Clovile  of=j=Ann  daugh.  to  Thomas 


Cloviies  hall  in  Essex 
Knight  sonne  & 
heire. 


Ryvett  of  Woodhall  in 
Rattelsden  in  com.  Suf- 
folke,  Esquier. 


I 

Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Edwarde 
Lasells  of 
Yorkshire. 


Henry 
sonne  and 
heire. 


Edward 
2d  sonne. 


William 
3d  sonne. 


Thomas 
4th  sonne. 


I 

Lewcretia 
eldest  dau. 


Jayne.  Mary. 
Ann.  Elizabeth. 


John  Colvile  first  sonne  James  Colvile  2d  sonne,  Mary  Elizabeth  mar.  to  Wil- 
died  wlowt  issue  12th  of  gave  his  lands  to  Eli-  mar.  to  liam  Tanfilde  Esquier 
Aprell  in  ye  37  of  K.  zabeth  his  sister  &  died  Burges.  22d  of  Junne  1567  7th 
H.  8,  a0  1545.  wlowt  issue.  of  Q.  Elizabeth. 

_ if 

I 

John  Tanfilde  of  Copfaulde  Hall  in  Essex,  Esquier, 
sonne  &  heire. 


182 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Colltm 

For  Crest  and  Anns  see  Vis.  of  1558. 

William  Collen  of  Beauchamp 
Rodinge  in  Essex. 

I 

Nicholas  sonne  and  heire. 

I 

John  sonne  and  heire. 

I  ~ 

John  sonne  and  heire. 

I  ~ 

John  sonne  and  heire. 

_ 

I 

John  Collen  of  Highe  Laver  in  Essex=p 
Esquier  livinge  1589. 

I  I  I 

John  sonne  and  heire.  Mary.  Awdrey. 


Coo. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  piles  ivavy  gules,  meeting  near  the  base,  between  twelve  martlets 
sable,  a  crescent  for  difference  [Coo],  impaling  Clopton. 

This  cote  is  on  the  Seale  of  the  deede  in  K.  H.  6  tyme  : — 

Three  pales  ivavy,  each  charged  with  4  martlets. 


John  Coo  who  lived  in  the  tyme  of  King  Henry 
the  4th  as  by  a  dede  is  proved  dated  at  yc  feast 
of  the  holye  Trinytie  in  the  4th  yeare  of  his 
raigne  A0  1304  wl  this  seale  of  Armes  w‘in  a 
Escochen  w‘  a  holye  lambe  wl  a  banner. 

_ 7T 

John  Coo  of  Gestingthorpe  in  com.  Essex  Gent,  sonne 
and  heire  who  lived  in  the  first  yeare  of  K.  Hen.  the 
6  proved  by  a  auncient  deede  bearing  date  the  20  of 
Maye  in  ye  same  yeare  1422. 


John  Coo  of  Gestingthorpe  in  com.  Essex- 
Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 

A 


: .  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Hill  of  Alderton 
in  com.  Suffolke  Gentle. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


183 


Al 


William  Coo 

Thomas  Coo  of= 

=Catherin  dau. 

Edeth,  mar.  to 

John 

of  Wickham 

Gestinghorp 

to  Roger  Win- 

Adam  Cardi- 

and 

Paule  Gent. 

2d  sonne. 

in  Essex  wher 
he  lyeth  buryed. 

colie  of  Wald- 
ingfield  in 
com.  Suffolk 

Esq. 

nail  of  Bard- 
field  in  com. 
Suffolk  Gent. 

John. 

Edward  Coo  of=pJane  dau. 

John 

Roger  Coo  of= 

=.  .  .  dau. 

Thomas  Coo 

Patiswick  in 

to  George 

and 

Newton  in 

to  Clopton 

of  London 

Essex  Gent 

Chauncye 

Robert 

the  Isle  of 

of  Lystons 

3d  sonne  mar. 

sonne  and  hr. 

of  Gelston 

obiit 

Eley  in  com. 

in  Essex 

dau.  to  ...  . 

in  com. 

Hart.  ar. 

s.  p. 

Cambridge 

2d  sonne. 

Esq. 

Wentworth 
of  Bumsted 
in  Essex 
Esquier. 

Abnor  Coo  sonne  and  heire.  Jayne.  Debora. 


Coofee. 


Arms. — Argent,  three  bars  sable,  in  chief  a  flewr  de  lis,  between  two  annulets  gules 
],  impaling  Strangman. 

Crest. — A  demi-cock  sable,  wings  displayed,  comb  argent,  holding  in  his  beak  a 
b'anch  vert  [  .] 


Thomas  Cooke  of  Wye  in  com.  Kente  Gentleman. 


Thomas  Cooke  of  Wye  in  com.  Ken  te=p Joanne  daugh.  to 
Gentleman  sonne  and  heire.  John  Pyxe. 


Nicholas  Cooke  of  Wye  in  com.  Kente=pJoanne  daugh.  to  John  Ashehurst  of 
Gentle  sonne  and  heire.  Bever  in  com.  in  Kente,  in  Ashford. 


John  Cooke  of  Rocheford=f=Mary  daugh.  to 

Thomas  Cooke=j=  .  .  .  . 

in  com.  Essex  Gentleman 

Edward  Strang- 

of  Thunders- 

daugh. 

sonne  and  heire 

man  of  Hasleigh 

ley  in  com. 

to  .  . 

in  com.  Essex 

Essex  Gentle 

Wydow  to  William 

2d  sonne. 

Jenny  of  Rayleighe 

in  Essex. 

Mary  daugh.  Peter  sonne  Andrew  Charitye  Fayth  Elizabeth 

and  sole  heire  and  heire.  2d  sonne.  eldest  2d  daugh.  3d  daugh. 

daugh. 


184 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Cops* 


Roger  Coys  of  Sher-^=Jaynne  daugh.  to  John  Davye  Jenkyn  of 


newton  in  com.  Mon¬ 
mouth  in  Wales 
Esquire. 


Werndie  in  com.  Monmouth  lynially  desended 
from  Gwillim  Jenkyn  al’s  Harbert  and  beares 
that  Cotte  wl  difference. 


Roger  Coys  of=p Joanne  eldest  dau.  to  Robart  War-  Thomas  William 
London  esquier  ren  of  London  Gentleman,  but  now  2d  sonne.  3d  sonne. 

sonne  and  heire.  of  Thurlowe  in  Suflfolke. 


Coys=j=Mary  dau.  to 


William 
of  North  Oken- 
den  in  com. 
Essex  esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


Giles  Allen  of 
Haseleighein 
com.  Essex 
Esquier 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Christopher 
Allen  of  Brick- 
endon-bury  in 
Harts.  Ar. 

Margarett  mar. 
to  Anthony 
Elmes  of  Bowl- 
ney  in  com. 
Oxford  Esquier. 


Alice  mar.  to 
John  Elmes 
2d  brother  to 
Anthony. 

Susan  mar.  to 
Frans  Ha- 
mond  of  Bark- 
shire  Gentlem. 


Martha  mar.  to 
John  Ferrers  of 
Barkshire. 

Francis  mar.  to 
Henry  Cawton  of 
London  Gentle. 

Catherine  obiit 
sine  prole. 


Giles  Coys  of  North-=. . . .  dau. 
okenden  in  com.  to  ...  . 
Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Mathew  William  Martha  Sarah  2d  Mary  3d 

2d  sonne.  4th  sonne.  eldest  daugh.  daugh. 

—  —  daugh. 

Danyell  Edward 
2d  sonne.  5th  sonne. 


Crodnobe. 

Arms. — Or,  a  saltire  ermine  between  four  lions'  heads  erased  sable  [Crochrode], 
impaling  per  pale  gules  and  azure  on  a  fess  wavy  betiveen  three  crosses  patee 
argent  three  crescents  of  the  last.  [ 

Crest. — A  demi-boar  regardant  gules  armed  or,  pierced  through  the  body  with  a  spear 
argent  and  grasping  the  end  with  his  mouth.  [Crochrode.] 


Robart  Crochrode  whoe  lived  in  the  tyme  of 
Kinge  Edward  3d  a°  15  of  his  Raynge  1341. 


T 


Thomas  Crochrode  Gentle,  sonne  and  heire  whoe 
wente  wl  the  Erie  of  Oxford  to  Agencourte. 


John  Crochrode  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


:Agnis  daugh.  to  John  Gates  3d  sonne 
to  Sr  John  Gates  of  Rivenall  Knight. 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


185 


John  Crochrode  of  Top- =p  Agnes 


pesfild  in  com.  Essex 
Esquier  sonne  and 
heire 


dau.  to 

Thomas 

Carter. 


William  Crochrode  2d  sonne 
Clarke  of  the  Greene 
Clothe  the  first  of  K.  H.  8 
a0  1509. 


John  Crochrode 
3d  sonne. 


I 

William  = 
Crochrode  of 
Toppsfild 
in  Essex  Es¬ 
quier  sonne 
and  heire. 


Thomas  : 
Crochrode 
of  Topps¬ 
fild  in 
com.  Es¬ 
sex  Es¬ 
quier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


=Eliza- 
beth 
daugh. 
to  John 
Raye  of 
Denton. 


Ellen  mar.  to 
William  Hunte 
of  Gosfilde  in 
Essex  Gent. 


Joanne  mar. 
toJohnTend- 
ringe  of 
JBoram  in 
com.  Essex 
Gentle. 


Jullian  mar.  to  Lee  of 
Essex  Gentle. 

Jayne  mar.  to  Peter  Fitche 
of  Writtall  in  Essex 
gent. 


:Ann  daugh. 

Matthew  Croch¬ 

Thomas 

John  Croch-=pEllenor 

to  Robart 

rode  of  Caven- 

4h  sonne. 

rod  of  Tops- 

daugh. 

Mordant  of 

dishe  in  com. 

— 

filde  in  com. 

to  Har- 

Hempsted  in 

Suifolke  2d 

William 

Essex  Gen¬ 

lakenden 

Essex 

sonne  of  the  Jor- 

5h  sonne 

tleman  3d 

of  Kente 

Esquier 

warde  Temple 

— 

sonne  mar. 

2d  wyfe. 

mar.  Mary 

Anne 

first  Susan 

daugh.  to  John 

mar.  to 

daugh.  to 

Smith  of  Dens- 

John 

William  Che- 

ton  in  Suffolk. 

Motham 

shul  al’s  Chi- 

of 

shul  of  littell 

Marks 

Bardfield  in 

Tey. 

com.  Essex 

Esquier  obiit 
sine  prole. 


William 
first 
sonne 
ob.  s.  p. 


I 

Thomas  =p - daugh. 


Crochrode 
of  Finch- 
am  in  com. 
Norffolk 
2d  sonne 
and  heire. 


ofGodbolde 
of  Fincham 
in  com. 
Norff.  Es¬ 
quier. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  John  Freer 
of  Powles  Bel- 
cham  (Bel- 
champ  S.  Paul) 
in  Essex,  Ar. 


Barbara 
mar.  to 
Doctor 
Harris 
of 

Cambr. 


Frannc. 

mar.  to 

Robart 

Wilkins 

ofBump- 

sted  in 

Essex. 


Ann  mar. 
John  Alls- 
ton  of 
Otton  Bel- 
cham  in 
Essex. 


I 

Elizabeth  daugh.  and 
sole  heire. 


John  Crochrod 
sonne  and  heire. 


Dorkas  a  daugh. 


186 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Bale* 


Arms. — Salle  on  a  chevron  or,  between  three  hawks  rising  argent  belled  and  membered 
of  the  second  five  torteaux.  [Dale.] 


John  Dale  of  Clavering  in  com.  Essex  Gentleman=p 


John  Dale  of  Cla-=p  Ann  daugh. 
veringe  in  com.  to  Turner 
Essex  Gent,  sonne  of  Essex, 
and  heire. 


Henry  Dale  first  sonne  Mary  mar.  to  Sr  Thomas 
obiit  sine  prole.  Ramsey  of  London  Knight 

—  she  lyeth  Buryed  in 

Mathew  Dale  3d  sonne.  Christe  Church. 


John  Dale  of  Claveringe  in  com.=pCissley  daugh.  to  Henry  Bull 
Essex  Gent,  sonne  and  heire.  I  of  Hartfordshir. 


Henry 
sonne  and 
heire. 


Susan  Elizabeth 
eldest  obiit  sine 

daugh.  prole. 


Margarett 
obiit  sine 
prole. 


Dorathe 
2d  daugh. 


30arcp. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  6  with  a  crescent  for  difference.  1  and  6.  Argent, 
three  cinquefoils  gules.  [Darcy.]  2.  Argent,  a  fess  ermine 
double  cottised  sable.  [Harleston.]  3.  Gules,  a  goat 
salient  argent  attired  or.  [Bardwell.]  4.  Argent,  a 
chevron  sable,  in  dexter  chief  an  annulet  of  the  second. 
[Wauton  or  Wanton.]  5.  Argent,  a  fess  between  six 
oak  leaves  gules  [Fitzlangley],  impaling  quarterly — 

1  and  4.  Azure,  a  cinquefoil  pierced  ermine  within  a 
bordure  engrailed  or.  [Astley.]  2.  Gules,  two  bars  or. 
[Harcourt.]  3.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  gules  crowned 
or.  [Turbervyll.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  6  as  above,  impaling  quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable, 
three  luces  hauriant  argent,  a  chief  or.  [Kytsone.]  2. 
Argent,  three  pales  azure,  on  a  chief  gules  three  bezants. 
[Donnington.]  3.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  mul¬ 
lets  gules.  [Pye.] 

Crest. — A  demi-virgin  clothed  gules  crined  or,  holding  in  her  right  hand  a  branch  oj 
cinquefoils  pierced  of  the  first.  [Darcy.] 

Motto. — “Virtu  cherche  honour.” 

Same  as  in  Visitation  of  1558  with  the  following  differences,  alterations,  and  omis-i 
sions.  It  is  added  that  Robert  Darcy  of  Maldon  died  a0  26  H.  6  (this  is  of  coursm 
inconsistent  with  the  statement  that  he  was  buried  5  H.  4),  and  his  son  John  in 
called  Thomas,  and  his  d.  Ann  is  said  to  have  m.  Robert  Crane  of  Wood  Norton  arl 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


187 


6  Edw.  4  1465  instead  of  ...  .  Mountgomery,  and  the  daughters  Elianor,  Mar¬ 
garet  and  Katherine  are  omitted.  Sir  Robert  is  stated  to  have  been  buried  by  his 
father  in  All  Hallowes  Church  in  Maldon. — His  son  Thomas  is  stated  to  have  died 
10  H.  7  and  to  have  been  buried  in  “  the  aforesaide  Chapell  by  his  grandfather  and 
father,”  and  his  d.  Elizabeth  is  omitted. — Sr  Roger  is  called  Robert,  and  his  wife 
Elizabeth’s  second  husband  is  called  Sr  Thomas  Wyndham  of  Felbridge  in  com. 
Norf.  Knt.,  and  Margaret  d.  of  Roger  is  omitted. — Sr  Thomas  Darcy  Knt.  is  said 
have  been  “created  the  first  Lord  Darcy  of  Chiche  in  the  6  of  K.  Edw.  6  a0  1551, 
sonne  &  heire,  Kt.  of  the  Garter.” — His  sister  Thomasine  is  stated  to  be  daughter 
of  Tho.  Lo.  Darcy,  and  Elianor  is  omitted,  and  his  da.  wife  of  Edward  Pyrton  is 
stated  to  be  named  Constance. — Anthony’s  son  Thomas  is  said  to  be  “  son  &  heir 
to  his  father  &  4  brethren  ob.  1559,  intombed  with  his  last  wife  (Elizth)  in  Tols- 
hunt  Darcy.” — The  death  of  this  last  wife  is  omitted,  as  are  the  names  of  Robert 
the  elder  brother  and  Jane  his  wife. — Thomas  Lord  Darcy  is  stated  to  have  been 
by  K.  James  created  Viscount  Colchester  and  by  K.  Charles  Earl  Rivers  “  liveinge 
nowe  a0  1627.” — The  death  of  his  brother  John  in  1593  is  omitted,  and  that  his 
brother  Thos.  is  stated  to  be  at  Melford  1612,  s.p. — Their  sister,  wife  of  John  Lord 
Lumley,  is  called  Elizabeth  instead  of  Mary.  The  reference  to  Wills  of  Thomas 
Darcy,  husband  of  Margaret  Suleard,  and  his  son  Thos  are  omitted.  The  wife  of 
the  latter  is  stated  to  be  Camilla,  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Guigerdine  Esq.,  and  he  (Thomas)  is 
stated  to  be  bur.  at  Tolshunt  Darcy. — A  brother  of  his,  Esdras,  is  given  probably 
instead  of  Eustace,  and  John  and  Mary  are  omitted. — The  issue  of  Thomas  and 
Camilla  is  thus  given — 


1  |  2  | 
Margaret  mar.  Mary 
to  Thos.  son  ux. 

&  heir  to  Sr  Nevill. 

Anthony 

Browne  Kb 


3  |  4  | 

Elizth  mar.  Briget. 
to  Sr  Henry 
Mildmay 
of  Tolshunt 
Darcy  in 
her  right. 


5  I 

Frances  mar.  to 
Sr  Hen.  Vane 
Kl  Comptroller 
of  the  House¬ 
hold  to  his 
Matie. 


Sr  Bryan  Darcy  is  stated  to  have  been  “  Knighted  at  Cadiz  Voyage,”  and  his 
wife  is  stated  to  have  been  remar.  to  Sr  Hy.  Windham. — Thomas  Darcy  is  stated 
to  have  had  by  Anne  Munday  his  first  wife  a  second  Anthony  Darcy  of  the  cytie  of 
Norwich,  who  mar.  Joane  da.  of  ...  .  and  had  issue  as  follows — 


Thomas  Darcy  John  Darcy  died  in  Mary  Darcy  mar. 

slaine  in  y°  London  of  the  Plague  to  Nicholas 

warrs  s.p.  1603.  Nevill. 

Sr  Bryan  Darcy’s  second  son  is  stated  to  be  Robert  instead  of  John  and  to 
have  had  issue — 

1  I  2~\  31  Tj  Y\~  Iff 

Thomas.  Brian.  William.  John.  Robert.  Edmund. 


Thomas  Darcy  and  Mary  ( Astley)  his  wife  are  stated  to  have  had  a  d.  Mary,  and 
he  is  stated  to  have  had  a  sister  Margaret. — Thomas  3rd  son  of  Sir  Bryan  is  stated 
to  have  been  of  Tiptree,  and  Mary  and  Penelope.  Sir  Bryan’s  daughters  are 
omitted. 

Much  valuable  information  regarding  this  family  is  afforded,  and  many  dis¬ 
crepancies  in  the  Visitation  entries  are  explained,  and  omissions  supplied,  by  the 
“Darcy  Wills  ”  contributed  by  H.  W.  King,  Esq.,  in  the  ‘ Essex  Archaeological 
Society’s  Transactions,’  vol.  iv.,  1-15. 


188 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Mmxt. 

Arms. — Salle,  a  fess  ermine  between  three  chaplets  argent  [Deane],  imitating 
Drury. 

Crest. — A  bear's  head  couped  or  muzzled  gules.  [Deane.] 


Henry  Deane  of  Tunnworth=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sr  Richard  Greene- 
in  com.  Lancaster  Esquier.  akers  of  Lancash.  Knight. 


John  Deane  of  Tunnworth  in=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Roger  Nowell 
com.  Lancash.  ar.  sonne  &  heire.  of  Reade  in  Lancashire. 


John  Deane  of  Tunn 
Esquier  eldest  sonne 
mar.  daugh.  to  Holte 
of  Lancashyir  and 
died  w^wte  Issue. 


Ann  daugh.  to  Sr  Jo.  Went-=William  Deane= 
worth  of  Codham  in  Essex  of  Maplested 
Kl  and  his  coheire  wydow  in  com.  Essex 
to  Hnghe  Ryche  and  ye  Esquier,  sonne 
Lo.  Maltrevers,  first  wyfe  &  heire  to  his 
obiit  s.p.  father  and  broth. 


-Ann  daugh. 
to  Thomas 
Egerton  of 
Wallegrange 
in  com.  Staff, 
gent.  2nd  wyfe. 


Sr  John  Deane  of  Maple-=pAnn  daugh.  to  Sr  Drewe  Rachell  eldest  Ann 
sted  in  com.  Essex,  Knight  Drury  of  Rydellsworth  in  daugh.  •  2nd  daugh. 
sonne  and  heire.  com.  Norffolk  Knight. 


Drewe  Deane  sonne  John  2d  sonne.  Ann  eldest  Elizabeth 
and  heire.  daugh.  2nd  daugh. 


33ms. 

(See  &rrfjer.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


189 


©either. 


Arms. — Sable,  a  chevron  argent  between  three  cross  crosslets  fitche  or.  [Denver.] 
Crest. — A  demi-lion  rampant  azure,  holding  between  its  paws  a  cross  crosslet  fitche 
or.  [Denver.] 


John  Denver  of  Bradninch  in  com. 
Devon  gentleman. 


t 


Thomas  Denver  of  Bradninch  in  com.=j= 
Devon  gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


Barbara  daugh.  to  Alexander 
Wrightington  and  heire  to 
her  brother  George. 


Edward= 

=Alice  dau. 

John  2d  sonne. 

Winifred 

Mary 

Prudence  mar.  to  a 

Denver 

to  Michell 

— 

mar.  to 

mar.  to 

minister  in  Cheshire. 

ofEssex 

of  York- 

Thomas  3d  sonne. 

Thomas 

Hunte 

_ 

gentle"1 

shire. 

— 

Hare- 

of 

Gylian. 

sonne 

and 

heire. 

\ 

Hughe  4th  sonne. 

courte  of 
Devonsh. 

Kente 

gentle. 

Elizabeth. 

Barbary. 

Elizabeth  daugh.  and  sole  heire. 


BttlifteUj. 

Arms. — Azure,  three  pineapples  or,  in  chief  an  annulet  of  the  second  [Dichfield], 
impaling  argent  on  a  fess  engrailed  between  three  stags’  heads  cabossed  or  three 
bugle-horns  sable.  [Bradshaw.] 


. .  .  .  Dichfeild  of  West  Chester  descended 
of  a  yonger  howse  of  the  same. 


Joane  daugh.  to 
Bradshaw  of  London 
3d  wyfe. 


Edward  Dichfeild  of  Chelms-=Ann  daugh.  to  Bridges  Alice  mar.  to  Alexander 
ford  in  com.  Essex  gent.  of  Chelmsford  in  com.  Blande  of  London, 

sonne  and  heire.  Essex  gent. 


Phillip  daughter  to=pThomas  Dichfeild  of  Westchester = 
Warren  of  London  sonne  &  heire  mar.  first  the 
2d  wyfe.  Daugh.  to  Knight. 


190 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Srurp. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1.  Drury.  2.  Saxham.  3.  Fresell. 

4.  Chequy  argent  and  gules,  on  a  fess  azure  three  buckles 
or.  [Geddinge.]  5.  Sable,  three  martlets  argent.  [Naun- 
ton — ?  Naughton.]  6.  Gules,  a  chevron  or  between  three 
griffins'  heads  erased  argent.  [Geddinge.]  7.  Azure,  three 
chevronels  or.  [Aspall.]  8.  Argent,  a  fess  between  two 
chevrons  gules.  [Peche.]  9.  Gules,  a  fess  counlercompony 
or  and  sable  behveen  three  gimmal  rings  of  the  second. 
[Whitwell.]  10.  Vert,  ten  bezants,  4,  3,  2, 1.  [Lyston.] 
11.  Gules,  a  cross  argent,  a  bordure  engrailed  or.  [Car- 
bonell.]  12.  Quarterly  or  and  sable.  [Bovill.] 

2.  Drury,  with  a  mullet  for  difference,  impaling  Bullock. 

Crest. — A  greyhound  courant  argent,  collared  or.  [Drury.] 


John  Drury  of  Rougham  in  com.  Suffolk^ 
esquier  obiit  the  first  of  Q.  Ma.  1553. 


Elizabeth  daugh.  to  John  Goldinge 
of  Halsted  in  com.  Essex  esquier. 


1 

John  Drury 

John  Drury 

William  Drury= 

=Mary  daugh.  to 

1  1 

Mary  mar.  to  ...  . 

of  Rougham 

of  Eaton  in 

of  Brettshall 

Sr  Richard 

Page  of  Framling- 

in  com. 

com.  Nor- 

in  the  parishe 

Sowthwell  of 

ham  in  com.  Suff. 

Suffolke 

ffolke  ar. 

of  Tendringe 

Woodrisinge  in 

gent. 

esquier 
sonne  & 
heire. 

2d  sonne. 

in  com.  Essex 
ar.  and  doctor 
of  ye  Civill 

Lawe  3d  sonne. 

com.  Norff  Kt. 
Privi  Cowncilor 
to  Q.  M.  and 

Q.  Eliz. 

Ann  mar.  to  Fraun- 
cis  Bacon  of  Hedgsett 
(Hessett)  in  com. 
Suffolk  esq. 

Sr  John  Drury=Ann  eldest 


of  Brettshall 
in  Tendringe 
in  com.  Essex 
knight  sonne 
and  heire. 


daugh.  to 
Edmond  Saun¬ 
ders  of  Charl¬ 
ton  in  Surrey 
ar. 


I  I  I 

George  2d  sonne. 
Will’m  3d  sonne. 
Robart  4th  sonne. 


Brigett  mar. 
to  Babington 
of  Mucking- 
hill  in  com. 
Worster 
esquier. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Charles 
CleareofStoks- 
bye  in  com. 
Norfolke 
esquier. 


John  Drury  esquier 
sonn  and  heire. 


Sowthwell 
2d  sonne. 


I 

William 
3d  sonne. 


! 


Robart 
4th  sonne. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


191 


dEglesfriUi. 

Arms. — Or,  three  eagles  displayed  gules  [Eglesfeild],  impaling  argent  a  chevron 
gules  behveen  three  spearheads  sable.  [Suliard.] 

Alice  daugh.  to  Richard=Thomas  Eglesfilde  of=Joanne  daugh.  to  Christopher 


J  effrey  of  Easte  Haning- 
filde  in  com.  Essex 
first  wyfe. 


Esteham  in  com. 
Essex  esquier. 


Whitbrede  of  Whit  Nottley  in 
com.  Essex  gent. 


Mary  daugh.  to  Eustace=Frauncis  Eglesfilde  of=Joanne  dau. 


Suliard  of  Ronwell  in 
com.  Essex  esquier 
first  wyfe. 


Estham  in  com.  Essex 
esquier  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Anthony 
Brockett 
2  wyfe. 


I 

Christopher 
Eglesfild 
2d  sonne. 


William  Eglesfild  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Eglesfild 
2d  sonne. 


Cluitt. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  a  fess  gules  between  two  bars  gemelles  wavy 
azure,  a  martlet  for  difference.  [Eliot.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  two  chevrons  sable, 
a  bordure  of  the  second  [Shepey],  impaling  quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable,  on  a 
bend  or  three  cinquefoils  gides.  [Gedge.]  2.  Quarterly  or  and  azure  a 
bordure  engrailed  sable.  [  ]  3.  Gules,  on  a  bend  argent  three 

fleurs  de  lis  or,  a  bordure  ermine.  [ 

Crest. — An  elephant’s  head  argent,  armed  and  eared  or.  [Eliot.] 


Thomas  Eliott  one  of  the  Masters  of  the  Chauncery  A0  7  of 
K.  Henry  the  7th  A0  1491  borne  in  Wales. 
_ yr 


Richard  Eliott  of  Devenshire  Gentleman  livinge  A0  7  H.  7,  1491. 


Thomas  Eliott  of  Honsdon  in  com, 
Hartford  esquire  sonne  and  heire. 


to 


daugh. 


John  Eliott 
2  sonne. 


Elizabeth  dau.- 
to  Grave  first 
wyfe. 


=John  Eliott  of  Stortford=j=Margarett  dau.  and  coheire 


in  com.  Hartford  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Shepey  Gent. 
2d  wyfe. 


A 


B 


192 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


iJ  _ lL 


John  Eliott= 

=Elinor 

George 

Rowland  3d 

Edward= 

=Janne 

of  London 

dau. to 

2d 

sonne  mar. 

Eliott  of 

dau.  & 

esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 

Sr  John 
Newton 
Knight. 

sonne. 

Anne  dau.  to 
George 

Browne  of 
White 

Rodinge  in 
com.  Essex 
esquire. 

Newlande 
in  com. 
Essex 

4th  sonne. 

coheire 

to 

James 

Gedge 

ar. 

Blythe  mar. 
to  George 
Hayns. 

Wynifrede 
mar.  to 
Richard 
Pelleston. 


Sr  Thomas  Eliott  of 
Stanford  Ryvers  in 
com.  Essex  knight 
sonne  and  heire. 


Jayne  daugh.  and  coheire 
mar.  to  John  Buttler  of 
littel  Burche  in  Essex 
esquier. 


Dorathe  Elizabeth  mar.  to  John 
daugh.  Yonge  of  Roxwell  in 

and  Essex  Gentle, 

coheire. 


€ntielh. 


{See  Sosselgn,  No.  2.) 


<£toit. 


Arms. — Or,  on  a  chevron  azure  three  leopards'  heads  ei-ased  of  the  first,  on  a  canton 
gules  a  cross  pat  once  argent  charged  with  five  pellets.  [Eton.] 

Crest. — A  bird’s  head  ei-ased  sable.  [Eton.] 

Same  as  in  Visitation  1558,  omitting  Roger,  Fowlke,  Lewis,  Edmond,  and 
Nicholas,  sons  of  Henry  Eton  and  Jane  (Cressett)  his  wife,  and  mentioning  their 
sons,  Thomas,  Richard  and  William,  as  1st,  2nd,  and  4th  sons.  The  son  of  Robert 
Eton  and  Margery  is  called  Thomas,  son  and  heir,  and  the  name  Mountford  is 
omitted. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


193 


ClJOTl), 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  1  and  4.  Argent,  a  fess  wavy  between  three  estoiles, 
gules.  [Everard.]  2.  Sable,  a  chevron  embattled  or 
between  three  roses,  argent.  [Cornish.]  3.  Argent,  a 
bend  azure,  a  bordure  engrailed  sable  [Holme]  impaling 
azure  a  fess  dancette  ermine  between  six  cross  crosslets, 
argent.  [Barnardiston.J 
Motto. — “  Moriendo  vivo.” 

2.  Quarterly,  as  above,  impaling  sable  two  lions  passant  ermine 
ducally  crowned  or.  [Felton.] 

Motto. — “  En  MENIAM  SE  VIS.” 

Crest. — A  man's  head  couped  at  the  shoulder  argent,  on  his  head  a  cap  barry  wavy 
of  eight  or  and  sable.  [Everard.] 


John  Everard  of  Mashbury  in  com.  Essex=j= 
Gentleman. 


Thomas  Everard  of  Walthanv 
in  com.  Essex  gentleman  sonne 
and  heire. 


:Mary  daugh.  and  coheire  to 
Cornishe  of  Waltham  in 
com.  Essex  Esquier. 


Thomas  eldest 
sonne. 

John  2d  sonne. 


....  daugh .: 
to  Stevens 
first  wyfe. 


:Richard  Everard  of  Waltham 
in  com.  Essex  Esquier  3d  sonne 
and  heire  to  his  brothers.  He 
mar.  2dly  wydow  to  Wood. 


Mary  mar.  to  Walter 
Myldmay  of  Writtell 
in  com.  Essex  Gentle. 


Richard  Everard  of  Waltham=pMary  daugh.  to  Thomas  Wood  of  Parva  Reynes 


in  com.  Essex  Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


in  Essex,  she  2dly  mar.  to  John  Goodday  of 
Brayntreye  in  Essex  Gentle. 


Richard  Everard  of  Waltham=pClemence  daugh.  to  John  Wiseman  of 


in  Essex  Esq.  sonne 

and  heire. 

Canfeild  in  Essex  Gentle. 

Mathew 

Hughe  Everard 

1 

John  Everard= 

r Ursula  daugh.  to  Gyles 

1 

Mary  mar. 

2d  sonne. 

3d  sonne  mar. 

of  Much  Bad- 

Fleminges  of  Baddow  and 

to  John 

— 

ye  daugh.  to 

dow  in  com. 

he.  to  her  mother  beinge 

Wiseman 

Clemence 

Brande  of 

Essex  4th 

sister  and  coheire  to  Ben- 

of  Stisted 

obiit  s.  p. 

Hertfordshire. 

sonne. 

jamin  Gunston  of  Much 

in  Essex 

Baddowe  in  Essex  ar. 

Esquier. 

John 

Richard  sonne 

obiit  s.  p. 

and  heire. 

194 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


Ann  daugh.  to  Sr  Bar-=pSr  Anthony  Everard  of  Great=Ann  daugh.  to  Sr  An- 


nardeston  of  Kedeston  in 
com.  Suffolke  Knight 
first  wyfe  obiit  19  of 
Decern,  a0  1609. 


Waltham  in  com.  Essex  Knight 
sonne  and  heire  and  Justice  of 
the  Peace  in  Chelmsford  hun- 
dard  obiit  1615. 


thony  Felton  of  Play- 
ford  in  com.  Suffolke 
Knight  of  the  Bathe 
2d  wyfe. 


Anthony  Richard  Ann  daughter  and  sole  heir  mar.  to  William  Elizabeth  obiit 
ob.  s.  p.  ob.  s.  p.  Lord  Maynard  of  Easton  in  Essex.  s.  p.  a0  1611. 


M.  s. 

Anna  dna’  Everard  filia  Thome  Bar- 
nardeston  Eq.  Ar.  ab  Antiqua  Familia 
Barnarddistonor  de  Kediton  in  com.  Suf- 
folki  antiquissimi  cognominis  de  New- 
marche  sive  de  Novo  Marcatu  Oriundi  et 
Dne’  Elizabethe  Hanchet  uxoris  sue  sexta 
post  partum  Hebdoomada  gravi  Febre 
correpta  vere  plani  expiravit  alam’  1 9  die 
Decemb.  a0  salutis  1609  unica  jam  prole 
et  Anna  filia  superstite. 


Here  lyes  her  Carkas  subject  to  cor¬ 
ruption,  untill  her  Blessed  Soule  shall 
once  Returne  and  wl  it  rise  to  Glorye, 
if  answeringe  her  vertues  her  Tombe 
had  bine  prepared  6he  had  bene  en¬ 
shrined  in  Golde  or  stone  more  pre¬ 
cious. 


dfattsJjato. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Or,  a  chevron  between  three  fleurs  de  Its  suite.  [Fanshaw.] 

2.  Suite,  three  stags'  heads  cabossed  argent,  a  martlet  for 
diffei-enee  or.  [Bebbington.] 

Crest. — A  dragon's  head  erased  sable,  fames  issuant from  the  mouth  proper.  [Fan¬ 
shaw.] 


John  Fanshaw  of  Fan- 
shaw  gate  eldest  son. 


.  .  .  .  Fanshaw  of  Fanshaw  gate=p 
com.  Derby. 


.  .  .  .  daughter  of 
.  .  .  .  Eyre  of 
Hassop  co.  Derby. 


Henry  Fanshaw  Remembrancer  of  the 
Exchequer  to  Queene  Mary  &  Q.  Eliz. 
ob.  a0  11  Eliz. 


....  daughter^ 
of  ...  .  Bour- 
chier.  1  wife. 


:Thomas  Fanshaw  Esq.=yJ  oane  daur.  of 


Remembrancer  of  the 
Excheqr  to  Q.  Eliz.  a0 
11  Eliz.  Reg. 


Thomas  Smyth  of 
Ostenhanger  co. 
Kent  Esq. 

2  wife. 


....  daughter  and  sole 
heire  wife  to  Timothy 
Lucy  unckle  to  Sr  Tho. 
Lucy  of  Charlcot, 
Knight. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


195 


Sr  Henry  Fan- 
shaw  Knight 
eldest  son  & 
heire. 


2  | 

Sr  Thomas  Fan- 
shaw  of  Jenkins  in 
Barking  co.  Essex 
Knight,  mar.  da.  of 
....  Babbington. 


?  j 

William  Fanshaw  of=pKatherin  daughter 
Parcelowes  in  the  pish,  of  Sr  John  Wol- 
of  Dagenham,  co.  stenholme  of 


Essex,  Esq.  a0 1634  ap¬ 
peared  in  London  and 
paide  Fees  there. 


London  Knight. 


John  Fanshaw  eldest  son  &  heire  apparent. 


2  I 

Thomas. 


3  1 

William. 


Katherin. 


Alice  wife  to  Sr 
Christopher  Hat¬ 
ton  Knight. 


Katherine  wife  to  John  Bul¬ 
lock  of  Darley  &  Norton  co. 
Derby,  Esq. 


Margaret  wife  to  Sr  Benjamyn 
Ayloff  of  Braxsted  co.  Essex, 
Barronet. 


( The  whole  of  this  entry  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.,  and  is  taken  from  the  ‘  Visita¬ 
tion  of  London,'  c.  24,  1633-4.  See  ‘  Miscellanea  Genealogwa  et  ffei'aldica,’  vol.  i., 
320.) 


jfiUtaU,  JftUcoll. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  V air,  a  canton  gules.  [Filleall.]  2  and  3.  Or,  a 
chief  indented  azure,  impaling  gules  a  fess  between  three  cushions  argent, 
tasseled  or,  each  charged  with  a  fleur  de  lis  of  the  first.  [Wilson.] 

Crest. — A  unicorn’s  head  couped  sable.  [Filleall.] 


Sr  John  Fileall  al’s  Feleall  of  Fillealls  hall 
in  Kelden  (Kelvedon)  in  com.  Essex, 
Knight  in  H.  2d  tyme. 


Sr  John  Filleall- 
of  Filleall  in 
Keldon  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight 
sonne  &  heire. 


=Margarett  daugh. 
and  heire  to 
Mocklington  of 
Mowden  Hall  in 
Little  Baddow  in 
Essex  Esquier.* 


~r 


Bawldwyn  Filleall  of  John  Filleall  of  Buck  - 
Toppinggooe  hall  in  ingham  3d  sonne  had 
Booreham  in  Essex,  2d  issue  a  daugh.  &  heire 
sonne,  mar.  &  had  issue  who  mar.  to  Sr  Thomas 
a  daugh.  and  heire.  Gildford  Knight. 


Sr  John  Filleall  of  Filleall  in  William  Filleall  of  Langton 
Keldon  in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  washe  in  com.  Essex,  2d 
sonne  &  heire  &  heire  to  his  sonne  and  of  Woodlande  in 
unkell  Baldwyne,  he  mar.  Mar-  com.  Dorsett,  esquier. 
garett  dau.  to  ....  =F  =r 

A|  B| 


Thomas  Filleall  of 
Ashfield  in  com. 
Sulfolke,  Gentle. 

3d  sonne. 

W 

o| 


See  Vis.  Coll.  Armor. 


196 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Sissleydaugh. 
and  soleheire, 
mar.  to  Sr 
John  de  Bo- 
hun  of  Med- 
hurst  in  com. 
Sussex, 
Knight. 


A| 


Sr  William 
Filleall  of 
Langton 
washe  in 
Essex 
Knight, 
and  of 
Woodland 
in  com.  Dorsett. 


Richard  Fille-= 
all  of  Owld- 
hall  in  Lyttell 
Rayne  in  com. 
Essex, 

Esquier, 

2d  sonne. 


-Mary  daugh. 
to  Sr  John 
Downeham 
of  Owldhall 
in  Essex, 
Knight  and 
his  sole 
heire. 


Joanne  dan. 
&  cohe. 
mar.  to 
Spenser  of 
North. 


o| 


Ann  2d 
dan.  and 
cohe.  mar. 
to  Wil- 
lowbye 
of  Par¬ 
ham  in 
Suff. 


Catherin  daugh.  and  John  Filleall  of=j= Jayne  dau.  to 

sole  heire  mar.  to  Ed-  Owldehallincom . Bridges 

ward  Sem  or  (Seymour)  Essex  Esquier,  of  Westham 
Duke  of  Somerset.  sonne  and  heire.  in  Essex,  ar. 


William  2d 
sonne  mar. 
yc  daugh. 
to  Foster. 


Mary  mar.  to 
Cranford  of 
Lynsell  in 
com.  Essex. 


John  Filleall  of  Owldhall  in=pElizabeth  daughter 


com.  Essex,  esquier  sonne 
and  heire  mar.  2dIy  Jayne 
daugh.  to  John  Browne  of 
Weldehall  in  com.  Essex, 
Esquier. 


to  Bonham  of 
Bradfild  hall  in 
com.  Essex, 
Esquier. 


Mary  mar.  to 
Francis  Lyn¬ 
sell  of  Horsed 
(Horseheath) 
in  com.  Cam- 


Elizabethmar. 
to  Nicholas 
Longe  of 
Dunmowe  in 
com.  Essex, 


bridg.  Esquier.  Esquier. 


Anthony  Filleall  of=j=I)orathe  daugh.  to 


Owldehall  in  com. 
Essex,  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Wilson 
of  Jenkins  in 
Stisted  in  Essex. 


I 

Mary  mar.  to 
Thomas  Emery 
of  Riffams  in 
Littell  Baddow 
in  Essex. 


Margarett  mar.  to 
Thomas  Tirrell  of 
Heron  in  Essex, 
Esq. 


I 


Dhn 


I 


I 


Anthony  sonne  &  heire.  John  2d  sonne.  Susan  eldest  dau.  Dorathe  2d  dau. 


Arthur  Filleall 
of  London,  4th 
sonne,  mar. 
Christ,  daugh. 
to  Arthur  Bod- 
ley  of  Plymouth 
in  com.  Devon. 


I  I  I 

William  5th 
sonne. 

Charles  6th 
sonne. 

Thomas  of  Lon¬ 
don  7th  sonne. 


John  Filleall  of 
Butsbury  in 
Essex,  2d  sonne, 
mar.  Elizabeth 
dau.  to  Richard 
Wood  of  Littell 
Rayne  in  Essex. 


Weston  Filleall 
of  London  3d 
sonne  mar.  Pe¬ 
nelope  dau.  to 
Thomas  Jerne- 
gan  of  Salford 
in  Essex,  gent. 


Jayne 

onely 

daughter. 


Henry  Filleall  of  Aveley  in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman=j=daugh.  to  Daye 
sonne  &  heire.  of  Essex. 


I 

Henry  Filleall  sonne  and  heire. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


197 


jfttdj. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Vert,  a  chevron  between  three  leopards'  heads  erased  or 
[Fitch],  impaling  sable,  gutte  d'eau  on  a  fess  argent  three 
Cornish  choughs  proper.  [Cornwallis.] 

2.  Vert,  a  chevron  between  three  leopards’  heads  erased,  a 
bordure  or.  [Fitch.] 

Crest. — 1.  A  leopard  passant  proper  sustaining  within  his  dexter  paw  an  escutcheon 
vert,  charged  with  a  leopard’s  head  erased  or.  [Fitch.]  p'  Robert 
Cooke,  Claren.  a0  1583. 

2.  A  lion’s  face  erased  or,  in  his  mouth  a  broken  sword  proper,  hilled  gules. 
[Cornwallis.] 

Same  as  in  the  Visitation  of  1558  with  the  following  differences,  alterations, 
and  omissions : — 

It  is  stated  of  Thomas  Fitche,  who  married  Joane,  that  he  was  of  Fitches  in 
Widington,  and  “  did  belonge  to  y°  Erie  of  Oxford,  he  served  in  the  hide  against 
Kinge  Rich.  ye  3d.” — His  son  Thomas  is  described  as  of  Linsdsell  without  reference 
to  “  Brason  Heade.” — Richard  Fitch’s  first  wife  is  said  to  be  daughter  of  Tristram 
Stoke  of  Trent  in  Somerset,  and  his  eldest  son  by  her  said  to  be  Tristram,  and  the 
date  1592  is  omitted. — William  Fitch’s  first  wife  is  said  to  be  Elenor,  and  their 
daughter’s  first  husband  is  said  to  be  Rooke  Greene. — The  same  William’s  second 
son  (William)  is  omitted,  and  Sir  Francis  is  called  his  second  son,  and  the  date  1593 
is  omitted. — Thomas  Fitch,  the  eldest  son,  is  said  to  be  of  Barking  in  Essex,  and 
the  1593  is  omitted  from  the  mention  of  his  son  Sir  William,  as  are  the  marriages 
of  the  daughters  Anne  and  Margery,  as  well  as  the  second  marriage  of  Agnes  the 
mother  to  Geo.  Wingate,  and  their  children. — Ellen,  the  wife  of  Robert  Fitch,  son 
of  Thomas,  is  said  to  be  daughter  of  John  Carver,  and  their  son  Thomas’s  wife  is 
said  to  be  Mary. — Their  children  are  said  to  be  of  the  following  ages  : — Thomas, 
15  a0  1613  ;  Rich.,  7  ;  Mary,  2  ;  Jane,  9  ;  and  Ann,  3. 


J’ttjtotUtam. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1.  Lozengy,  argent  and  gules.  [Fitz 
William.]  2.  Chequy,  or  and  azure.  [Erle  Warren.] 
3.  Per  pale  azure  and  or.  [Lord  Luzours.]  4.  Quarterly, 
or  and  gules  a  bend  sable,  a  label  of  three  points  argent  for 
difference.  [Lacye.]  5.  Or,  an  orle  azure.  [Bartram.] 
6.  Argent,  a  chief  gules,  over  all  a  bend  azure.  [Crom¬ 
well.]  7.  Ermine,  a  fess  gules.  [Bernacke.]  8.  Vair, 
a  fess  gules.  [Marmion].  9.  Argent,  three  cinquefoils 
and  a  canton  gules.  [Driby.]  10.  Chequy,  or  and  gules 
a  chief  ermine.  [Tattershall.]  11.  Azure,  three  garbs 
or.  [E.  Chester.]  12.  Gules,  a  lion  rampant  or.  [Daw- 
bigney.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  twelve  as  above,  impaling  gules  two  chevrons 
ermine.  [  ] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  crest  coronet  or  a  panache  of  ostrich  feathers  argent.  [Fitz 
William.] 


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THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


William  Fitz  Williams  whoe  came  in  to  England  wl 
William  yc  Conqueror  and  was  Marshall  of  his  howse 
howlde,  he  maryed  ye  daugh.  to  Monshr.  Solabis  a 
Norman  whoe  beare  arg1  a  fesse  Gules  enter  too 
Barres  nebuly  sab. 


Sr  William  Fitz  Williams=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  John  Lord  of  Ellmyn. 


Knight,  sonne  and  heire. 


Arms. — Sables  a  wiylde  man  arg 1  a 
clube  in  his  hand  quasi  in  bend,  or. 


Sr  William  Fitz  William  Knight,  Lord  of  Ellmyn= 
sonne  and  heire. 


=Ella  daugh.  and  coheire  to  William 
Erie  Warren. 


Sr  William  Fitz  Williams  Knight, =j=Albrede  daugh.  and  to  Robart  Lord  Luzours 
Lord  of  Ellmynne  sonne  and  heire.  I  and  heire  to  her  Uncle  Robart  Lacye. 


S1'  William  Fitz  Williams  Knight,  Lord  of  Ellmynne1 
and  Sprotsburghe  sonne  and  heire. 


Agnis  daugh.  to  Richard 
Lord  Graye  of  Codnor. 


Sr  Thomas  Fitz  Williams  Knight,  Lo.  of  Ellmynne=p  Agnis  daugh.  and  heire  to  Roger 
and  Sprotsburgh,  sonne  and  heire.  Bartram,  Lord  of  Mitfort. 


Sr  William  Fitz  William  Lord  of  Ellmynne  and=p Agnis  daugh.  to  Sr  John  Metham 


Sprotsburghe,  sonne  and  heire. 


Knight. 


I 


Sr  William  Fitz  Williams  Knight,  Lord  of  Ellmynne= 
and  Sprotsburghe,  sonne  and  heire. 


=Mawde  daugh.  to  William, 
Lord  Agincort. 


Sr  John  Fitz  Williams  Knight,  Lord  of  Ell-= 
mynne  and  Sprotsburgh,  sonne  and  heire. 


-Elizabeth  daugh.  to  William,  Lord 
Clynton  and  Erie  of  Huntingdon. 


Sr  Will’m  Fitz  Wil¬ 
liams  Knight,  Lord 
of  Ellmyn  and 
Sprotsburghe,  sonne 
and  heire. 


:Mawde  dau.  and 
coheire  to 
Raulfe  Crom¬ 
well,  Lo.  of  Tat- 
tersall. 


Richard  Fitz 
WilPm  2a  sonne 
to  whome  his 
father  gave  the 
mannor  of 
Hethersett. 


Edmond  Fitz: 
Williams  3d 
sonne  and  of 
Woodworth. 


-Mawde 
daugh.  to 
Sr  John 
Hotham 
Knight. 


Sr  John  Fitz  Williams  Knight, - 
Lord  of  Ellmyn  and  Sprots¬ 
burgh  sonne  and  heire. 


:Ellenor  daugh.  to  Sr 
Henry  Greene  of 
Drayton,  Kl  a0  1412. 


Edmond  Fitz  Williams  of 
Woodworth  Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


S1'  John  Fitz  Williams  Lo. 
Ellmyn  sonne  and  he. 


of  Nicholas  of  Aldwick 
2d  sonne. 


Rauffe  of  Hethersett 
3d  sonne. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


199 


A| 


Robart  of  William  of 
Bentley  Plomtree 
4th  sonne.  5th  sonne. 


John  Fitz  Williams=FHellen  dau.  to  William 


of  Greenes  norton 
6th  sonne. 


Villers  of  Brokesby  in 
Lestershyr. 


Jayne  mar.  to 
Thomas  Ben- 
dishe. 


Ann  daugh.  to=fSr  William  Fitz  Williams  of  Gaines=pMildred  daugh.  to  Richard 


John  Hawes 
first  wyfe. 


parke  in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Sackvile  of 
wyfe. 


Buckhurste  2d 


Sr  William  Fitz= 
William  of 
Ganse  (Gains) 
parke  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire. 


:Ann  dau. 
to  S1' 
Rich. 
Sabcotts 
Knight. 


Richard  Fitz 
Will’m  of 
Ringsted  2d 
sonne  mar.  Eli¬ 
zabeth,  dau. 
to  Charles 
Knyyett. 


I  I 

Ann  mar.  to  Sr  Anthony 
Cooke  of  Giddy  hall  in 
Essex  Knight. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  Tho¬ 
mas  Brewdenell  of  Deane 
in  com.  Northampton, 
Knight. 


Francis  of 
Fenton. 

Thomas 
of  Bed- 
fordshir. 


Bryan  Fitz-Williams  3d  sonne 
Captayne  in  Ireland  &  in  ye 
north  agaynste  the  Rebells  a0 
1569. 


John  Fitz-Williams  4th  sonne 
was  a  Captayn  in  Ireland  & 
gave  Shane  O’Nele  an  over- 
throwe  at  Downdale. 


Christian  mar. 
to  Sr  Richard 
Wingfilde 
Knight. 


Sir  William  Fitz-Williams  of  Ganes=pAnn  daugh. 


] 


parke  in  com.  Essex,  Knight 
Treasorer  and  lord  Cheffe  Justices 
of  Ireland. 


to  Sr  Wil¬ 
liam  Sydney, 
Knight. 


John  Fitz-Williams  was  a  Capt- 
tayn  in  sundry  servises  in 
Fraunce  in  Ireland  and  in 
Scotland. 


Sr  William  Fitz- 
Williams  of  Ganes 
parke  in  com. 

Essex  Knight, 
sonne  &  heire  and 
of  Melton,  ob. 
1597. 


Wynifred  dau. 
to  Sr  Walter 
Mildmay  of 
Apthorpe  in 
com.  Northamp. 
Knt. 


Mary  mar. 
to  Sr  Richard 
Deyer  of 
Stoughton 
in  com. 
Hunt. 
Knight. 


I 

Phillip  mar. 
to  S1'  Thomas 
Coningsby 
of  Hampton 
Court  in 
com.  Here¬ 
ford  Knight. 


Margarett  mar. 
to  Sr  John 
Beron  of  New- 
sted  in  com. 
Nottingham 
Knight. 


William  Fitz  Williams- 
of  Ganes  parke  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Catherin  daugh.  to  Hide  and  syster  to  Sr 
George  Hide  of  Kingstons  in  Barkshir,  Kl 
of  ye  Bathe. 


Walter  Fitz 
Williams 
2d  sonne. 


William  Fitz  Williams  sonne  and  heire. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


dframte. 


Richard  Frauncis  of  the  com. =f= Joanne  daugh.  &  heire  to  Lucas  Yinter 


of  Darby,  Gentleman. 


of  Hartford  or  Bedfordshire. 


William  Frauncis  of  Darbyshir,  ar.  sonne  and  heire.=j=Elizabeth  dau.  to  ...  . 


Thomas  Frauncis  of  London, 
Esquier  Doctor  of  Phisicke. 


Peter  Frauncis  of  Essex, =p  Agnes  dau.  to  Birde  of 


Gentlema.  2d  sonne. 


London. 


Thomas  sonne  and  heire.  William  2d  sonne.  Mary  onely  daught. 


Jrankc. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six. — 1  and  6.  Argent,  a  lend  engrailed  between  two  Cornish 
choughs  sable  membered  gules.  [Francke.]  2.  Per  pale  and  per  chevron 
argent  and  sable,  in  the  first  and  fourth  quarters  a  martlet  azure,  in  the  second 
and  third  an  escallop  of  the  first.  [Braham  otherwise  Braune.]  8.  Ermine, 
on  a  chevron  gules  three  leopards'  heads  jessant  de  Us  err.  [Cantelupe.]  4. 
Gules,  a  bend  ragulee  argent  in  sinister  chief  a  ducal  crown  or.  [ 

5.  Argent,  a  bend  gobony  gules  and  sable  cottissed  of  the  last.  [Leyen- 
thorpe.] 

Crest. — On  the  stump  of  a  tree  ragulee  argent  a  Cornish  chough  sable,  membered 
gules.  [Franke.] 

Thomas  Francke  of  Essex  father  to  S1'  Leventhorp  Franke  Knight. 

( The  whole  of  this  entry  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 

See  this  Pedigree  post  given  from  Harl.  MS.  1541,  and  Visitation  of  1634. 


dfrrcr,  Jftyar, 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Sable  a  chevron  between  three  dolphins  emboicecl  naint  argent 
[Freer],  impaling  or  three  bulls'  heads  cabossecl  sable,  a 
crescent  for  difference.  [Croftes.] 

2.  Same  as  No.  1  {ivithout  the  impalement,  but)  with  a  crescent 
for  difference,  impaling  Crocherood. 

Crest. — An  antelope's  head  erased  argent  attired  or.  [Freer.] 

William  Freer  of  Langham=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire  to  Farmor 
in  com.  Suffolke,  gentle.  of  Bumpsted  in  com.  Essex  Gent. 


John  Freer  of  Clare  in  com.  Suffolke  Gent,  sonne  &  heire.=f.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  ...  . 

A| 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


201 


A! 


1 

J ohn  Freer  of  Clare=f 
Esquier  sonne  and 
heire. 

=Ann  daugh.  to  Her-  William  Robart  Joanne  mar.  to 
ralde  of  Belcham  Sl  2d  sonne  2d  sonne  William  Davenant 
Paul  in  com.  Essex,  obiits.p.  livinge.  of  Essex  Gent. 

William  Freer  of  Clare  in  com.  SufFolke= 
Esquier  sonne  and  heire. 

=Susan  daugh.  to  Charles  Croftes  of 
Bardwell  in  com.  Suffolke  Esquier. 

iii  r  i 

John  Susan  mar.  to  Elizabeth  mar.  to  Ester  mar.  to  Tho-  Ann  mar.  to  An- 

sonne  George  Blom-  Giromye  Wilson  mas  Cocke  of  drew  Turner  of 

and  fild  of  Nor-  of  London,  Cavendishe  in  com.  Stoke  by  Clare 

heire.  wich.  Gent.  Suff.  doctor  of  Phisick. 

John  Freer  of  Bel-= 
cham  Sl  Pawle  in 
com.  Essex  Gentle. 
2nd  sonne. 

^Elizabeth  eldest  daugh.  Frauneis  mar.  Margarett  mar.  to 
to  Thomas  Crocherod  to  Rich.  Dutton  William  Newman 
in  Topsfilde  in  com.  of  Stansted  in  of  Cornard  in  Suf- 
Essex,  ar.  com.  Suffolk.  folk  clarke. 

Edmond  sonne  and  lieire  John  2d  sonne.  Thomas  3d  sonne.  Ann  onely  daugh. 
apparante. 

{The  whole  of  this  Pedigree  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


JFntl). 

Arms. — Azure,  two  garbs  saltire-wise  or,  in  chief  a  sickle  argent  handled  of  the  second 
in  base  [Frith],  impaling  sable  a  fess  between  two  chevrons  ermine,  in  chief 
hvo  escallops  or.  [Houlden.] 

Crest. — A  sun  in  his  glory  or  [Houlden],  surmounted  by  clouds  proper. 

The  9tu  of  August  in  the  10  yeare  of  Kinge  James  a0  dom.  1612  per  Willelmum 
Camden,  Clarencieux  Kinge  of  Armes,  Passed  to  Thom.  Frith. 


John  Frith  of  Sonnings  in  Upminster  in  com.  Essex  Gentleman. 


George  Frith  of  Raynham  in  com.  Essex=pCatherin  daugh.  to  Thomas  Howe  of 


Gentleman  sonne  &  heire. 


Navestoeke  in  com.  Essex,  Gent. 


Thomas  Frith  of  Sonnings  in  Upminster  in=pElizabeth  daugh.  to  John  Holden  al’s 


com.  Essex,  Gentlem.  sonne  &  heire. 


Houlden  of  Raynham  in  com.  Essex. 


I  I  I  I  I  I 

Robart  sonne  Gregory  2d  George  3d  James  4th  Joanne  eldest  Catherin. 

and  heire.  sonne.  sonne.  sonne.  dan.  2d  dan. 

2  D 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


dfrpar. 

This  Pedigree  is  the  same  as  that  of  ffitttV  already  given,  the  name  being 
throughout  spelt  Fryar  instead  of  Freer. 


#ent. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  indented  sable  two  eagles  displayed 
or.  [Gent.]  2.  Or,  a  cross  engrailed  sable,  in  chief  a  label  of  three  points 
gules,  charged  with  nine  torteaux.  [Moyne.]  3.  Or,  a  fess  between  three 
swallows  volant  sable.  [Swallow.] 

Crests. — 1.  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  demi-eagle  displayed  ermine.  [Gent.] 
Granted  the  12  of  November  13  Elizabeth  a0  1571  p’  Kobert 
Cooke,  Clarencieux  Kinge  of  Armes. 

2.  A  mast,  rigging,  etc.,  of  a  ship  azure,  issuing  from  a  whale's  mouth 
ei-ect  or.  [Swallow.] 


William  Gente  of  Bumpsted  at  the= 
Tower  in  Essex,  Gentleman. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh.  and 
heire  to  Moyne. 


Thomas  Gente  of  Bumpsted  at  the  Tower  in=pElizabeth  daugh.  and  coheire  to 
Essex,  ar.  one  of  the  Barrons  of  the  Exchequer,  John  Swallowe  of  Bockinge  in 
sonne  and  heire.  Essex,  Esquier. 


Henry  Gente  of=Dorathe  dau.  to  Sr  Thomas  2d  sonne  Edward  Frann. 
Bumpsted  in  John  Dalston  of  mar.  ye  syster  to  Gente  of  obiit 

Essex,  Esquier  Dalston  in  Cumber-  Sr  John  Dalston  London,  s.p. 

sonne  and  heire.  land  Knight.  Knight. 


Veere  Gent  of 

Fraun.  mar. 

Elizabeth 

Grissell  mar. 

Brigett  mar. 

Ann 

Hundon  in  Suf- 

to  George 

mar.  to 

to  John 

to  Thomas 

un- 

folke  mar.  ye 

Braddey  of 

John 

Lyne  of 

Edmond  of 

maryed. 

dau.  to  Smith 

Cambridgsh. 

Denton  of 

Norwich. 

Bumpsted 

of  Pinner’s  hall 

Cardew 

at  ye 

in  Suffolke. 

in  Cum¬ 
berland. 

Tower. 

THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  16J2. 


208 


#enion. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  pallets  wavy  gules.  [Gernon.] 

Rafe  Gernon  Knight. =p 


Philipp  daughter  and  heire  maried  to  William  Swynborne 
of  Horkesley,  co.  Essex. 

Arms. — Gu.  3  bores  heads  arg.  and  semy  of  cross 
crosslets  or. 

Stotnborn?* 


Sr  Robert  Swynborne  Knight  mar.  Joane  daughter  &  heire  of  Botetort. 

W 

_ I  son. 


Alice  daur.  and  heire  maried  to  John  Helyon  of  Helyon  Bumsted. 
Arms. — Gu.frette  arg.  over  all  a  fesse  or. 

_ W 

I 

John  Helyon  mar.  Edytk  da.  and  heire  of  Tho.  Rolfe. 

_ yr 

Isabell  daughter  and  heire  maried  to  Humfrey  Tyrrell  son  of  Sr  Tho. 
Tirrell  of  Heron  Knight. 

_ yr 


Anne  daur.  of  Humfry  and  heire  to  her  mother  was  maried  to  Sr 
Roger  Wentworth  of  Codham,  Knight. 


(dooDRag,  (dooRaj>. 

Arms. — Argent,  a  fess  wavy  between  two  leopards’  faces  sable  [Goodday],  impaling 
argent,  a  fess  gules  between  three  leopards’  heads  erased  sable.  [Lee.] 

Crest. — A  greyhound  sejant  ermine,  collared  and  chained  or.  [Goodday.]  11  Sept. 
1600.  Dethick. 


John  Gooddaye  of  Sapesworth  (Sawbridgworth)  in 
com.  Hartford,  Gentleman. 


Joanne  daugh.  to- 
John  Bowyer  of 
Bray n  trey  in 
com.  Essex,  Gent, 
first  wyfe. 


i=pJohn  Gooddaye- 
of  Brayntrey  in 
com.  Essex 
Gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 

B 


Alary  daugh.  to  Thomas 
Woode  of  Rayne  in  com. 
Essex  and  wydow  to 
Richard  Everard  of  Much 
Waltham  in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman. 


Thomas  . 

2d  sonne.  daugh. 

—  mar.  to 

Robart  Finche. 
3d  sonne. 


204 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A 


B 


John  Gooddaye  sonne  and  Thomas  2d  William  Robart  Joane  onely 

heire.  sonne.  4th  sonne.  3d  sonne.  Daughter. 


Roger  Gooddaye  of  Pent- 
low  in  com.  Essex  Gentle¬ 
man  sonne  and  heire  by 
the  2d  wyfe. 


-Ursula  daugh.  to 
Bawldwine  Payne  of 
London  marchante  of 
yc  Staple. 


Richard  Goodday  of  Kettell 
Baston  in  com.  Suff.  Gent.  2d 
sonne  whose  Issue  there  Re- 
mayneth. 


Arthur  Goodday  of=Ann  daugh.  Roger  William  of  Lon- 

Higliam  ferres  in  to  Lee.  and  don  2d  sonne. 

com.  Northampton,  John  — 

Gentleman  sonne  obierunt.  Roger  3  sonne. 

and  heire. 


Richard  4th 
sonne. 

Christopher 
5th  sonne. 


Mary  mar.  to 
William  Cutler 
of  Boxsted  in 
Essex. 


Ursula  mar.  to 
Richard  Warner 
of  Higham 
Ferres. 


Susanne  mar.  to 
Robart  Bronde 
of  Boxford  in 
com.  Suffolke. 


Fraun.  Elizabeth. 
Brigett. 


Arms. — Gules,  a  lion  rampant  argent  [Greene],  impaling  a  lend  counter  embattled 
sable.  [ 


[Thomas  Greene  de  Witham  armiger  ex=Jana  relicta 
carta  a0  35  H.  6  condit.  Test,  suum  a0  a0  7  H.  7. 

7  H.  7  prob.  8  H.  7. 


John  Greene  of  Witham  in  com.  Essex,  Gentle-  Elizabetha  et  Blanchia 
man  [fil.  Thom®,  a0  9  H.  7  16  H.  7].  7  H.  7.  ] 


John  Greene  of  Witham=pElizabeth  dau.  [Willm’s.  Thomas  Johannes,  9  H.  7 


in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Pudsey. 


nepos  fil.  Johannis.  ] 
Thome. 


Thomas  Greene  of  Witham  in  com.  Essex=pElizabeth  dau.  John  2d  William  3d 
Gent,  sonne  and  heire.  to  Norton.  sonne.  sonne. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


205 


Aj 


Jeromy  Greene  of  Witham=j= Jayne  daugh.  to  Christopher  2d  sonne.  Jayne. 
Gentleman  sonne  and  Saperton.  —  — 

heire.  Ambrose  3d  sonne.  Catherin. 


William  sonne  Jeromye  Richard  Margarett.  Mary.  Ames.  Jayne, 
and  heire.  2d  sonne.  3d  sonne. 


{The parts  within  brackets  are  cm  addition  to  the  MS.) 


(fimntston. 


Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Argent,  on  a  fess  sable  three 
mullets  pierced  or,  in  the  dexter  chief  point  cm  ermine  spot. 
[Grimston.]  2.  Argent,  six  torteaux,  3,  2,  1,  on  each  a 
mullet  of  the  field.  [GoodmaghAm.]  3.  Argent,  a  lion 
rampant  gules.  [Coleholme  or  Callam.]  4.  Argent,  a 
cross  lozengy  gules.  [Flynton.]  5.  Argent,  a  fess 
clancette  between  six  billets  gules  [De  la  Laund.],  a 
mullet  for  difference,  impaling  argent,  three  fteurs  de  Us 
gules.  [Moundeford.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  eight — 1  and  8.  Grimston.  2,  3,  4  and  5.  The 

same  as  above.  6.  Gules,  on  a  bend  argent  three  mullets 
sable.  [Rysbye.]  7.  Azure,  three  icicles  bendwise  or  [Har- 
botell],  on  cm  escutcheon  the  arms  of  Ulster  impaling 
bendy  of  six  or  and  gules,  on  a  fess  azure  three  bescmts, 
in  chief  an  annulet,  a  bordure  purpure.  [Copinger.] 

3.  Quarterly  of  eight — Same  as  last  with  a  crescent  for  difference 

in  dexter  chief. 

4.  Same,  impaling  argent  a  chevron  sable  between  three  bears’ 

heads  coupecl  proper  muzzled  or.  [Steele.] 

Crests. — 1.  A  stag's  head  proper  attired  or.  [Grimston.] 

2.  A  demi-falcon  or  with  ivings  expanded  barry  wavy  of  six  argent  and 
azure.  [Harbotell.] 


Silvester  Grimston  of  Grimston  Esquier  did  Homage 
to  William  ye  Conqueronr  for  Grimston,  Hilston  and 
Tunstal  and  his  lands  Else  where  to  holde  of  the  Lord 
Rosse  as  of  his  Segnorie  and  Mannor  of  Rosse  in 
Holdernesse,  which  Lord  Rosse  was  Chamberline  to 
howsehowld  in  the  tyme  of  Will’m  ye  Conqueror,  1066. 

_ ~T 


Danyell  Grimston  of  Grimston  com.  Yorke,  sonne=f=.  .  .  .  daughter  to  S1'  Adam 
&  heire  whoe  in  y°  8th  yeare  of  K.  Henry  the  Suzinnall  Lord  of  Bursthall  in 
first,  a0  1107.  {sic)  Holdernesse. 

A 


206 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


Sr  Thomas  Grimston  of  Grimston  in  Yorksh.  Knight, =p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sr  John 
sonne  and  heire  whoe  lived  in  Kinge  Stephen’s  dayes.  j  Boswell  of  Aldersley,  Kb 


John  Grimston  of  Grimston  in  Yorkshyre  esquier,^.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire  to  Sr 
sonne  and  heire.  j  John  Goodmagham,  Kb 

Sr  William  Grimston  of  Grimston  in  com.  York.=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  coheire  to  Sr 


Knight,  sonne  and  heire. 


John  Callam  of  Callam  Knight. 


Sr  Roger  Grimston  of=j=.  .  .  .  (Julian)  daugh.  to 


Grimston  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Folke  Constable,  Lord  of 
Fresmarche,  esquier. 


Alexander  Grimston  2d  sonne  mar. 
dau.  to  Sr  John  Frowick  of  Mid¬ 
dlesex  Knight. 


Sr  Gerrard  Grimston  Kl  eldest 
sonne,  mar.  ye  daugh.  to  Sr 
John  Baskervyle,  Knight,  obiit 
s.p. 


1 


Walter  Grimston  of  Grimston=p . daugh.  & 

Esquier,  2d  sonne,  in  right  of  coheire  to  Harbert 
his  wyfe  Lord  of  Flynton  in  Flynton  of  Flyn- 
Holdernes.  ton  in  Holdernes. 


William  Grimston=FArmatride  dau.  to 


of  Grimston 
Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire. 


Sr  Rysome  of 
Rysome  in  Hol¬ 
dernes. 


Gerrard  Grimston 
Esquier,  2d  sonne 
mar.  daugh.  to 
Ashton  Esquier. 


ohn 


John  Grimston  3d 
sonne,  Deane  of  Roch¬ 
ester  and  after  Abbott 
of  Selbye,  obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  Grimston= 
of  Grimston 
esquier  sonne  and 
heire,  he  lived  in 
the  time  of  K. 
Henry  4th 
a0  1410. 


=Dyonis  dau. 
to  Guzyns 
Sutton 
Barron  of 
Sayre  Lord 
Sutton. 


Robart  Grim-= 
ston  of  Ips¬ 
wich  in  com. 
Suffolke 
2d  sonne. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  Sr  Anthony 
Spilman  of 
Suffolke, 
Knight. 

9  ofH.5,1421. 


John  3d  sonne  was 
by  K.  H.  5th  made 
Deane  of  Wynd- 
sor  in  ye  6th  yeare 
of  ye  sayde  K. 
rainge. 


Sr  Roger 
Grimston 
of  Grim¬ 
ston 
Knight, 
eldest 
sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  Grim-= 
ston  of  Grim¬ 
ston  in  com. 
Yorke,  ar. 
sonne  and  heire 
to  father  & 
brother. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  Sr  William 
Fitz  Wil¬ 
liams  of 
Aldwark 
next  Rother¬ 
ham. 


his  issue  remayneth  in  York¬ 
shire  to  this  daye. 


Edward  Grimston- 
of  Ipswich  in  com. 
Suffolke  of  Rising- 
ells  (Rishangles) 
esquier  sonne  and 
heire.  he  2d'r  mar. 
Phillip  lady  Rosse, 
wydow  to  Thom. 
Lo.  Rosse  dau.  to 
Jo.  Lord  Tiptofte 
&  his  coh.  mar.  ye 
26  August  1461. 


Alary  daugh.  to  Sr 
William  Drury  of 
Rowgham,  in  com. 
Suffolk,  Kl.  she  was 
borne  2d  of  Aprell 
about  8  a’  clocke  in 
ye  morninge  1451 
ye  Dominicall  letter 
D  :  maryed  38  of 
H.  6  a0  i451  first 
wyfe. 


John  Grimston  Edward  Grimston  of  Rish-=Ann,  eldest 
first  sonne  angles  in  com.  Suffolke  ar.  dau.  to  John 

borne,  obiit  sonne  and  heire,  borne  24  Garnish  of 

s.p.  of  March  at  9  a  Clocke  at  Kenton  in 

night  a0 1541.  y°  dominicall  !  com.  Suf- 
letter  C.  j  folke  esquier. 


John  Grimston  2d 
sonne  borne  y°  5th 
of  Jullye  by  4  a 
Cloke  in  yc  morn¬ 
inge  a0  1453.  Do- 
min.  letter  B  but  his 
name  was  Thomas. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


207 


Edward  Grimston  of  Rishangles  in  com.=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sturrup  of  Ipswich 


Suffolke  esquier  sonne  and  heire,  mar. 
2dly  the  daugh.  to  Bancks. 


in  Suffolke  marchant  first  wyfe. 


Edward  Grimston= 

=* Joanne  dau. 

Edward  Grim¬ 

■=.  .  .  .  dau. 

Margarett  mar. 

of  Bradfild  in 

&  heire  to 

ston  esquier, 

to  ...  . 

to  Hen.  Astell 

com.  Essex  esquier 

Thomas  Risby 

sargant  at 

Strettley 

of  Lestersh.  a 

sonne  and  heire 

of  Lavenham 

Armes  to  K. 

ar. 

captine  in 

obiit  15th  August 

in  com. 

James  & 

forayneservisis. 

1610  and  buried 
at  Rysh  angles  in 
Suffolke. 

Suffolk  esq. 

K.  Chari s 

2d  sonne. 

Charles  obiit 
s.p. 

I 

*Sr  Harbottell  Grim-= 
ston  of  Bradfilde  in 
com.  Essex,  Knight 
and  Barronett,  sonne 
and  heire,  Knighted 
15th  of  March  a0 1604 
high  shrive  1616. 


=*Elisabeth 
dau.  to 
Raphe 
Copinger 
of  Stoke  in 
com.  Kente 
esquier. 


Sr  Henry  Grimston = 
Knighted  at  Thi- 
balls  2d  sonne,  mar. 
2dly  Mary,  daugh. 
to  Sr  William 
Steade  Knight  of 
Kente. 


=Frann.  dau. 
to  Raphe 
Copinger  of 
Stoke  in 
com.  Kente 
esq. 


Mary  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Corne- 
wallis 
esquier. 


Edward  Grim-= 

=Elizabeth 

ston  esquier, 

dau.  to 

eldest  sonne, 

Thomas 

died  before  his 

Marsham 

father. 

of  Lon¬ 

don 

esquier. 

1  1  1  1 
Harbottell 

1 

Elizabeth 

2d  sonne  & 

mar.  to 

heire. 

Christ. 

— 

Harris 

Henry  3d 

sonne 

sonne. 

and  heire 

— 

to  Sr 

Thomas  4th 

Will’m 

sonne. 

Harris 

— 

of  Shen- 

William  5th 
sonne. 

felde  Kt. 

William  sonne 

Cecylie 

and  heire. 

eldest 

— 

dau. 

Henry  2d 

— 

sonne. 

Eliza¬ 

— 

beth 

Thomas  3d 

2d  dau. 

sonne. 

Mary 

3d  dau. 

Christopher 
Grimston 
4th  sonne 
borne  yc  3a 
of  Jully  at 
5  a  Clocke 
at  night, 
1456  ye 
dom.  letter 
A. 


I 

John  Grim-==Margarett 


ston  of 
Oxborough 
in  com. 
Norfolke, 
esquier 
3d  sonne. 


dau.  to 

Waites  of 
Norffolke 
Gent. 


Ann  eldest 
dau.  borne 
27  Jully  in 
ye  morninge 
being  S1 
Anns  day 
atMidsomer 
1457. 


Elizabeth  2d 
dau.  borne  17 
of  November 
at  7  a  Cloke 
in  ye  mor. 
1458  ye 
dominicall 
letter  B. 


Alice  3d  dau. 
borne  15  of 
February 
abowt  2  or  3 
in  ye  after- 
nonne  1459 
dom.  letter 
G. 


A 


*  These  persons  were  buried  in  Bradfield  Church.  See  their  epitaphs  in  1  Hist,  of  Essex,’ 
8vo,  1772,  vol.  vi.  p.  40. 


208 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A  | 


Ann  dau.=Edmond  Grim-=Ann  daugh.  to 
to  Page  ston  of  Ox-  Franncis 
first  wyfe.  borough  in 

com.  Norffolke 
esq.  sonne  and 
he. 


Franncis 
Moundeford  of 
Feltwell  in 
com.  Norff. 
esq. 


Thomas  Grimston  2d 
sonne  mar.  Margarett 
dau.  to  George  Nodes 
Sargant  of  the  Buck- 
howns  to  K.  H.  8. 


Mary  mar.  to 
John  Russell 
of  Wighton  in 
com.  Norffolke 
Gent. 


Brigett  mar.  to 
Thomas  Bedall 
of  Suffolke. 


John  Grimston  Thomas  2d  sonne.  Brigett  eldest  daugh. 
sonne  and  he.  —  — 

Edmond  3d  sonne.  Margarett  and  Ann. 


<©ttltant. 


Mathew  Guliam  of  Gwente  in  com.=pAnn  daugh.  &  heire  to  Davye 
Monmouth  in  Wales  Gent.  Morgan  of  Wales. 


John  Guliam  of  Wil-=Maryan,  dau.  to 


lington  in  com.  Here¬ 
ford  Gentle,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Hanway  al’s  Har- 
way  of  Camden  in 
com.  Gloster. 


Mathew  2d 
sonne  obiit 
sine  prole. 


Robart  3d 
sonne  obiit 
sine  prole. 


Sauakar  4th 
sonne  obiit 
sine  prole. 


John  Guliarm 
of  Waltham- 
stowe  in 
com.  Essex 
ar.  sonne  and 
heire  one  of 
the  Kinges 


=Mary,  daugh. 
to  Francis 
Greene  of 
Sl  Nicholas 
Shambles 
in  London 
Butcher. 


Coferers. 


I 

Thomas  Guliam=Elizabeth 
of  Tootinge  in  dau.  to 

com.  Surrey  Ronne  of 

Gentlem.  3d  Greene- 

sonne  obiit  the  wich  in 

first  of  Junne  Rente 

a0  1623  buryed  Ge. 

ye  3rd  of  the 


same  at 
Tootinge. 


Christian  mar.  to  Wil¬ 
liam  Blisard  of  Laber- 
ton  in  com.  Gloster 
(?  Laverton,  co.  Somer¬ 
set). 

Margarett  mar.  to  Robt. 
Gorge  of  London,  Ge. 

Christian  mar.  first  to 
Richard  Beere,  2dly  to 
John  Holden  of  Wors- 
tersh. 


1  1  1  1  1  a  . 
John  sonne  and  heire. 

1  1  1 
Elizabeth 

1  1  1 
Hester 

Jayne 

Elizabeth 

Maryan  2d 

— 

first  dau. 

— 

4th  dau. 

eldest 

daugh.  and 

Thomas  2d  sonne. 

— 

Fraun. 

— 

dau. and 

coheire. 

Robart  3d  sonne  obiit 
s.p.  _ 

William  4th  sonne. 

John  obiit  s.p. 

Mary  2d 
dau. 

Alice  3d 
dau. 

Maryan 

obierunt. 

Dorathe 
5th  dau. 

Maryan 

6th  dau. 

coheire. 

....  3d 
daugh.  & 
coheire. 

THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


209 


i&ale. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Azure,  a  chevron  bretessed  or.  [Hale.] 
2  and  3.  Sable,  a  chevron  engrailed  between  three  talbols 
statant  argent  [?  Lambert],  impaling  argent  on  a  chevron 
sable  three  bezants.  [Bond.] 

2.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Hale,  with  a  crescent  for  difference. 
2  ancl  3.  Azure,  three  stirrups  arg.  a  border  of  the  second 
[Gifford],  impaling  argent  a  chevron  sable  between  three 
torteaux,  each  charged  with  an  escallop  argent.  [Dacres.] 
Crest. — Five  arrows,  one  in  pale  and  four  in  saltier  or,  headed  sa.  feathered  arg. 
environed  with  a  snake  proper.  [Hale.] 


John  Hale  shrive  of  London  in  ye  5th  yeare 
of  Queene  Mary  a0  1558. 


Mary  daugh.  &=Richard  Hale  of  London  Esquier  sonne  and=Deewes  daugh.  and 


heire  to  Lam¬ 
bert  of  London 
Gentle,  first 
wyfe. 


heire  died  at  his  howse  in  Minsinge  layne, 
the  3d  of  Febuary  A0  1620  buryed  in  Sl 
Dunstons  in  the  Easte  the  27th  of  the  same 
month  wl  Heralds.  * 


heire  to  ...  .  Gif- 
forde  of  Somerset¬ 
shire  wydowe  to 
Turke  of  London 
2d  wyffe. 


William  Hale  of_Kings-=Rosse  daugh.  to 
Sr  George  Bonde 
Mayor  of  London 
a0  30  of  Queen 
Eliz.  1587  Shrive 
21  of  Q.  E. 
a0  1578. 


Walden  in  com.  Hart¬ 
ford  ar.  high  Shrive  of 
the  same  a0  1622 
sonne  and  heire. 


I 

Alice  mar.  to  Hum- 
frey  W  alcott  of  Lon¬ 
don  Esquire  buryed 
in  Bowe  Churche  in 
Chepe  syde  wl 
Heralds. 


Mary  mar.  to 
Thomas  Wat- 
kyns  of  (?) 
Longbagby 
esquier. 


Richard  sonne  William  George  4th  Barnard  6th  1.  Alice, 

and  heire.  2d  sonne.  sonne.  sonne.  — 

—  —  —  2.  Wene- 

Rowland  Thomas  John  7th  fryd. 

3d  sonne.  5th  sonne.  sonne. 


I  I 

3.  Ann. 

4.  Deenes. 


Richard  Hale  of  Claybury,  hard  by  Wood-=f=Elizabeth  daugh.  to  Sr  Thomas  Dacres 
forde  in  com.  Essex  esquier  2nd  sonne.  I  of  Cheston  in  com.  Hartford,  Knight. 


Richard 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


Robart  2d 
sonne. 

John  3d 
sonne. 


I  I  I 

Elizabeth  4th  dau. 
Mary  3d  dau. 
Martha  5th  dau. 


Catherine  1st 
daugh.  mar.  to 
Sr  Samuell 
Lenards  sonne 
and  heire. 


I 

Dennys  2d  dau. 
mar.  to  Edmond 
Colman  of  Burnt 
Elley  in  Suffolke 
Gent. 


210 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


mu 

At  fol.  104  of  Harl.  MS.  6065  appears  a  pedigree  of  a  family  of  this  name,  stated 
to  be  of  “  Ore  in  Essex.”  There  is  no  such  place  in  that  county,  but  there  is  in 
Sussex,  and  a  pedigree  of  Hawley  of  that  place  appears  in  Berry’s  ‘  Sussex 
Genealogies,’  and  it  is  almost  verbatim  with  the  one  given  in  the  MS.,  except  that 
Hawley  of  Ore  in  Sussex  appears  instead  of  Hall  of  Ore  in  Essex. 


!&artjrcs. 

(See  $?arlafcentien.) 


^arlafeenheit. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Azure,  a  fess  ermine  between  three  lions'  heads  erased  or. 
[Harlakenden.]  2.  Argent,  three  chevronels  within  a  bordure  gules. 
[Wills.]  3.  Or,  three  cross  crosslets  fitche  gules.  [  ]  4.  Gules^a 

lion  rampant  or,  a  bordure  vert  charged  ivith  eight  escallops  of  the  second. 

[  ] 

Crest. — Between  the  attires  of  a  stag  or  an  eagle  regardant,  with  wings  expanded 
argent,  belled  or.  [Harlakenden.] 

Copia  vera  inscription^  Antiqute  Tumuli  quo  continetur  de 
Will’o  Harlakendeno  ar.  ut  patet  in  Australi  Cancella  de 
Woodchurch  que  vulgariter  nuncupatur  antiqua  cancella 
domini  Harlakendene. 

Hie  jacet  Will’m  Harlakenden 
ar.  qui  ob.  tricesimo  die  mensis 
Aprilis  a0  domini  1081. 

* William  Harlakenden  esquier 
obiit  30  of  Aprell,  1081. 


William  Harlakenden  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 

_ x 


Thomas  Harlakenden  of  Woodchurche  ar. 
sonne  and  heire. 

_ X 

A| 

*  Nota  quod  iste  Will’mus  Harlakendences  vocatus  fuit  de  antiqua  familia  Harlakendeni  in 
Woodchurch,  que  cognoscitur  tarn  per  nomen  Burgi  alias  the  Boroughe  of  Harlakenden  quam  per 
nomen  Spelance  alias  the  denne  of  Harlakenden. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 

_ Aj 


211 


William  Harlakenden 
of  Woodchurch. 


Sr  Roger  Hardres  of  Hardres= 
Knight  sonne  and  heire  to 
John. 

Arms. — Gules  a  chevron  or 
surtout  a  lion  ramp't  ermine. 


=Mary  daugh.  to  Sr  Richard 
Estingrave  Kt. 

Arms. — Azur  a  cross 
betw.  20  billets  arg't. 


John  Harlakenden  esquier 
sonne  and  heire  40  Edw.  3 
A0  1326. 


Sr  Robart  Hardres= 
of  Hardres  Knight 
sonne  and  heire. 


Jane  daugh.  to  Thomas  Boughton. 

Arms. — Arg't  a  fesse  dancey  betw. 
3  cross  crosslets  sables. 


Thomas  Harlakenden  of 
Woodchurch,  in  com. 
Kente,  ar.  in  ye  9  of 
H.  4th. 


I 


Henry  Hardres  of  Hardres^ 
in  com.  Kente,  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


:Susan  daugh.  to  John 
Septvane,  esquier. 

Arms. — Azu.  3  fannes, 
or. 


I 


Moyses  Harlakenden=pPetronell,  daugh. 


of  Woodchurch  in 
com.  Kente,  esqu. 
sonne  and  he. 


to  Henry  Hardres 
of  Hardres  in 
Kente,  ar. 


Philip  Hardres  of  Hardres,  Esq.  mar. 
Granam,  daugh.  to  ...  . 

Arms. — Azur.  6  herings  arg't  betw. 
20  cross  crosslets  or. 


Har-=, 


John 
lakenden 
of  Ware- 
horne  in 
com.Kente 
Gent.  2d 
sonne. 


Joane  daugh.  and  he.=Bromley 


to  Thomas  Wylls  of 
Alkenden  a0 10Edw.4. 

Arms. — Arg1  wlin 
a  border  3  chevronels 
gules. 


I 


of  Brom¬ 
ley  2d 
husb. 


I 

George  Hardres= 
of  Hardres  in 
Kent. 


=.  .  .  daugh.  to 
Rich.  Lucye  & 
his  coheire. 
Arms. — Gules 
3  Lucys  arg K 


ohn  Har-=Joane  daugh.  to  A  dau.  mar. 
lakenden  Philip  de  Ten-  toWebbeof 

of  Ware-  derden,  Gent.  Warhorne 

home  in  Arms. — Per  fesse  in  Kente. 

gu.  and  B.  wHn 
a  bor.  a  lion 


Kente 
sonne  and 
heire. 


I 


James  Hardres=j=Alice  da.  to  Robert 
esquier  sonne  Hill  &  widow  to 

&  heire.  James  Auger. 

Arms. — Azure  a 
chevron  between  3 
fleurs  de  Us  argent. 


ramp1  gar.  or. 


Thomas  Har-=j=Mary,  dau. 
lakenden  of  and  sole 
Warehorne  in  heire  to 
com.  Kente,  Rich, 

ar.  sonne  &  Londenoys. 

heire. 


A 


B 


I 

Robart 

obiit 

s.p. 


Thomas  Hardres==Mary,  da.  to  Edward 
of  Hardres  in  Oxenden  of  Brooke 
Kent  ar.  sonne  &  ar. 
heire.  Arms. — Argent  a 

chevron  between  3 
bulls'  heads  sa. 
horned  or. 


212 


John  Harla-=Jaynedaugh. 
kenden  of  to  Jo.  Bring- 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


0| 


Wil 


Warehorne, 
in  Kente,  ar. 
sonne  & 
heire. 


borne  of 
Feversham 
in  Kente. 
Arms. — Sal. 
a  pile  &  fesse 
or. 


William 
Harla- 
kenden 
2dsonne. 


I 

Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
John 
Bowie  of 
Warehorn 
Gent. 


Robart  Har-=Elizabethdau. 


lakenden  of 
Earls  Colne 
in  com.  Essex 
esquier 
3d  sonne. 


to  Thomas 
Hardres  and 
wydow  to 
George  Harla- 
kenden  of 
Woodchurch 
ar. 


Thomas  Harlakenden=Dorathe  dau.  to 
of  Earles  Colne  in  John  Cheney  of 
com.  Essex  esq.  Drayton  in  com. 

3  sonne.  Buck,  esquier. 

\l/ 


I  I 

George 
ob  s.p. 

Roger 
2d  sonne. 


I 

Richard 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


Mabell  mar.  to  Cle¬ 
ment  Stonard  of 
Stapleford  Abbott  in 
Essex  ar.  sonne  and 
heire  to  Frann. 


I 


William  Harlakenden  of  Woodchurch=j=Elizabeth  dau. 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  to 


Margarett  dau.  and  heire  to  Edw.= 
Ellys  of  Kennyngton  in  Kente, 
esquier. 

Arms. — Arg*  one  a  cross  sab.  5 
crescents  or. 


=Roger  Harlakenden  of^f2 Alice,  dau.  to  Richard 


Woodchurch  esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Colepeper  of  Wake- 
hurst  in  Sussex,  ar. 


I 


Margarett=Thomas  Har-=Eliza,  dau. 
wydow  to  lakenden  of  to  Robart 
Woodchurch 
in  Kente,  esq. 
sonne  and 
heire. 


Draper, 
2d  wyfe. 
ob.  s.p. 


Watno  of 
Warmyng- 
hurst  in 
Sussex. 

Arms. — 
Ermine  one  a 
fesse  azu.  a  Bar 
wavye  arg1. 


Peter  & 
Alexan. 
Elizabeth 
Anne 
Alina 
all  obie- 
runt  s.p. 


Mary.  Robart  Har-=Alice  dau. 
lakenden  of  to  Sr  Jo. 
Bridge  in  Sydley  of 

Kente.  Kente  Kl. 


I 

Brigett  dau.=Walter=Susan,dau. 
to  Isacke 
Astley  of 
Melton 
Constable. 


Harla¬ 
kenden 
of  Uf- 
ton  in 
Kente, 
ar. 


to  Christo. 
Roper  of 
Lynstede 
ar. 


I 

Ann, 
mar.  to 
Christo. 
Red¬ 
wood. 


Debora,  dau.= 
to  Thom. 
Whetnall  of 
Peckham 
Magna  in 
Kent. 


=Martine= Jayne,  dau. 
to  Cope 
of  Copes 
Ashby 
North- 
ampt. 


Harla¬ 

kenden, 

ar. 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


Debora  dau.  &  he.  to  Martyn  Har.  mar.  Edw.  Hales 
of  Woodchurch,  esqu.  a0  1602. 

(Sec  Pedigree  of  Harlakenden  of  Hcurlakenden  in  Woodchurch  in  Kent,  of  Ufton  in 
Tunstall,  same  co.,  and  of  Earls  Colne  in  Essex,  in  the  ‘  Topographer  and  Gene¬ 
alogist ,’  vol.  i.  pp.  229,  258,  395,  396,  and  further  particulars  yoI.  ii.  pp.  215 — 
223.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


213 


Harris. 

(Continued  from  the  Pedigree  in  Yis.  of  1558.) 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Or,  on  a  lend  engrailed  azure  three 
cinquefoils  of  the  first.  [Harris.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  gutty 
cle  larmes  [  ],  impaling  Quarterly — 1  and  4. 

Argent,  on  a  chevron  azure  letween  three  cremes  sable  as 
many  cinquefoils  or.  [Cranmer.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  five 
fusils  conjoined  in  fess  gules,  each  charged  with  an  escallop 
or.  [  ] 

2.  Quarterly  as  above,  impaling  gules  ten  billets,  4,  3,  2,  and  1, 
or.  [Salter.] 

Crest. — A  cock's  head  erased  sable,  combed  and  wattled  gules.  [Salter.] 


Arthur  Harris  of  Woodham  Mortimer  in  Essex=Dorathe,  daugh.  to  Sr  William 
or  of  Crixse  in  the  same  countye  esquier,  sonne  Waldegrave  of  Smalbridge  in 
and  heire  to  his  mother  buryed  by  Segar  Norroy  com.  Suffolke  Kb 
in  Mortimor  Church. 


Sr  William  Harris  of  Crixse  wher=Alice,  daugh.  to  S1' 


he  and  his  ladye  is  buryed,  he 
died  in  Novem.  a0  1616,  and  she 
in  November  a0  d’ni  1615. 


Thomas  Smith  of 
Weston  Hanger  in 
Kente,  Knight. 


Dorathe,  mar.  to  Robart 
Kempe  of  Gissinge  in 
com.  Norffolke  esquier 
obiit  a0  1613. 


Anne  daugh.  andheire=Sr  Arthur  Harris  of  Crixse=Ann,  daugh.  &  sole  heme  to 


to  Robart  Cranmer  of 
Chepstowe  in  Kente 
first  wyfe. 


and  Woodham  Mortimer  in 
Essex,  Knight  sonne  and 
heire  one  of  Burges  for 
Malden,  1628. 


Sr  Nicholas  Salter  of  Enfild 
in  Midelsex  K*  wydow  to  Sr 
Henry  Bowes  of  Denham,  Kb 


I 

Cranmer  Harris 
sonne  and 
heire. 


John 

2d 

sonne. 


I 

Salter  Harris 
sonne  &  heire. 


Mary 

eldest 

daugh. 


Alice 

2d 

daugh. 


I  I 

And  to  other 
daughters. 


William  of  Lyncoln  Inne, 
2d  sonne. 

Thomas  3d  sonne. 


Alice  mar.  to  S1'  Henry 
Mildmay  of  Grayes  in 
littell  Baddow  in 
Essex  Knight. 


Mary  mar.  to  Gyles  Browne  of 
Flamberts  in  Essex  Esquier. 

Franncis  3d  dau. 


John  4th  sonne. 


Elizabeth  4th  dau. 


214 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  seven — 1.  Gules,  on  a  lend  argent  three  trefoils 
slipped  vert.  [Harvey.]  2.  Salle,  a  lion  rampant  argent, 
a  lordure  golony  of  the  first  and  second.  [Nierwent  or 
Niernuyt.]  3.  Or,  three  lucks'  heads  calossed  gules. 
[Buckhorne.]  4.  Argent,  on  a  lend  gules  three  stags’ 
heads  calossed  or.  [Beorche.]  5.  Argent,  on  a  chief  vert 
two  mullets  pierced  or.  [Drury.]  6.  Salle,  six  cinquefoils 
argent,  3,  2,  1.  [Fresell.]  7.  Argent,  six  cross  crosslets 
fitche  gules,  a  chief  indented  azure  [Saxham],  impaling 
Quarterly  of  ten — 1.  Gules,  a  saltire  ermine.  [Nevill.] 
2.  Or,fretty  gules,  on  a  canton  per  pale  ermine  and  or  a 
ship  salle.  [Nevill.]  3.  Gules  lilletee  or,  a  lion  rampant 
of  the  second.  [Bulmer.]  4.  Gules,  three  lendlets  vert, 
over  all  a  chevron  ermine.  [  ]  5.  Or,  two  lars 

counter  nelulee  salle,  a  canton  ermine.  [ 

6.  Azure,  a  fleur  de  Us  argent.  [  ]  7.  Or,  three 

lendlets  azure,  a  canton  ermine.  [  ]  8.  Or,  a 

chevron  gules,  a  chief  indented  vert.  [  ]  9.  Argent, 

a  saltire  gules,  a  mullet  foi'  difference.  [Nevell.]  10. 
Azure,  a  cross  flory  or.  [ 

2.  Harvey,  impaling  azure  three  lugle  horns  in  pale  argent, 
garnished  or,  stringed  gules.  [Gwicherden.] 

Crest. — A  leopard  passant  salle,  spotted  or,  collared  gules,  holding  a  trefoil  vert. 

[Harvey.] 


Sr  Edward  Harvy  of  Thurley  in  com.  Bedford, 
Knight,  sonne  and  heire  to  Henry  Harvey  of 
the  same  place  Esquier. 


S1'  John  Harvey  of  Thurley  in  corn.1 
Bedford  Knight  sonne  and  heire. 


= Joanne  daugh.  and  coheire  to  Sr  John 
Neirwent  (Neirnuyt)  Knight. 


Thomas  Harvey  of  Thurley  in  Bedford  Esquier,  sonne=pChristian  daugh.  to  John 
and  heire.  I  Chicheley. 


John  Harvey  of  the  same  place  sonne=p Alice  daugh.  to  Nicholas  Morley  of  Glyn 
and  heire.  (Glynd)  in  Sussex. 


Sr  George  Harvey  of  Thomas  Harvey  of  Ickworth  in=pJaynne  daugh.  and  heire 


Thurley  in  com.  Bed-  com.  Suffolke  ar.  in  right  of 
forde,  Knight  sonne  his  wyfe,  2d  sonne  and  heire 
and  heire.  male. 


to  Henry  Drury  of  Ick¬ 
worth  in  com.  Suffolke, 
Esq. 


William  Harvey  of=f  Joanne  dau.  to 


Ickworth  in  com. 
Suffolke  ar.  sonne 
and  heire. 


John  Cockett  of 
Ampton  in  com. 
Suffolk,  Esquier. 


I 

John 

ob. 

s.p. 


George  Harvey 
Archdeacon  of 
Monmouthe  in 
Wales. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to 
Crofts  of  West 
Stowe  in  com. 
Suffolke,  ar. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


215 


A| 


Sr  Nicholas  Harvey=j=Elizabeth  dau.  and 


Knight 


2d  sonne 
one  of  the  privie 
Chamber  to  K.  H.  8. 


heire  to  John  Wilt- 
shir  Controwler  of 
Callys  wydow  to  Sr 
Richard  Wingfilde, 
Kb 


Edmond  Harvey  of  El- 
stowe  in  com.  Bedford 
3d  sonne  mar.  Mary 
daugh.  to  Henry  Went¬ 
worth  of  Codham,  Esq. 


Elizabeth 
mar.  Gibbon 
of  Sudbury 
in  com. 
Suffolk. 


Sr  Thomas  Harvey  Kl  Marshall  of  Queene  Mary’s  Howse. 


John  Harvey  of  Ickworth  in=j=Elizabeth  daugh.  to  Henry 


com.  Suffolke 
and  heire. 


Esquier  sonne 


Pope  of  Myldenhall  in  com. 
Suffolke. 


Jayne 
mar.  to 
Vques. 


I 

Margarett 
mar.  to 
Pratt. 


William  Harvey  of 
Ickworth  in  com. 
Suffolke  ar.  sonne 
and  heire,  whose 
Posteritye  there  at 
this  tyme,  a0  1628. 


Mary  daugh.  and=Francis  Harvey  of= 
heire  to  S1'  Tho-  Witham 


mas  Nevell  of 
Holte  in  com. 
Essex  Knight 
wydowe  to  Thomas 
Smith  of  Cress- 
ington  Esq. 


in  com. 
Essex  wher  he 
lyeth  buryed  he 
was  Pentioner  to 
Q.  Eliz.  2d  sonne. 


=Camell  daugh.  to 
Vincent  Gwicher- 
den,  Gentlewoman 
of  Florence 
wydow  to  Darcy 
of  Tolshunt 
Darcy,  Esq. 

2d  wyfe. 


I  I  I 

John  3d  sonne. 


INI 

Thomas  6th  sonne. 


Nicholas  4th  sonne.  Robart  7th  sonne. 
Clement  5th  sonne.  Christopher  8th  sonne. 


Ann  mar.  to  Robart 
Lysley  of  Felton  in 
Northumberland 
2dly  to  Raylfe 
Eldercare  Esquier. 


I 


Brigett  mar.  to 
John  Wrott  2dly 
to  Thom.  Spay- 
ney  of  Tunstall 
in  Norff.  Esq. 


John  9th  sonne. 


Helpon. 

( See  (Sernotu) 


216 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


f&tg&am* 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Salle,  a  fess  counter  company  or  and  azure  between  three  horses' 
heads  erased  argent ,  a  mullet  on  a  crescent  fen-  difference.  [Higham.]  2.  Argent, 
a  chief  azure.  [Hune,  or  more  truly  Clun.]  3.  Francis.  4.  Azure,  on  a 
fess  between  three  bucks’  heads  cabossed  or  a  fleur  de  Us  of  the  first  between 
two  demirroses  gules  [Stonley],  on  an  inescutcheon  the  badge  of  Ulster. 

Crests. — 1.  A  horse’s  head  argent,  a  mullet  for  difference.  [Higham.] 

2.  A  demi-unicorn  gules,  attired  and  crined  or,  collared  count ercompony  of 
the  second  and  azure. 


Richard  Higham,  obiit  the  25th  of  Marche,  a0 
1340,  whoe  mar.  Joanne,  daugh.  to  ....  she 
died  25th  of  August  a°  1361. 


Thomas  Higham,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire  obiit  24th  of  Maye,  a0  1401. 


IV 


Thomas  Higham  of  Higham  in  com  =j=Alice,  daugh.  and  heire  to  John  Hune  of 


Sulfolke,  esquier,  sonne  and  heire,  obiit 
yc  ytii  0f  February  a0  1409. 


I 

Thomas  Higham  of=j= Alice,  dau.  to 
Higham 


Tonstall,  in  com.  Suffolke,  Gent.,  obiit 
first  of  Marche,  a0  1448. 


in  com. 
Suffolke,  Gentle, 
sonne  and  heire. 


heire  to  .  .  . 
Boys. 


Robart  2d  sonne 
obiit  the  5th  of 
November,  a° 
1383. 


I 

John  Higham  3d  sonne  of 
Tuddenham  in  com.  Suffolk 
Parson,  obiit  13th  of  October 
1393. 


I 


Thomas  Higham  of=p Isabell,  daugh.  and  coheire  to  Sr  Hughe  Frauncis  of  Giffords 
in  com.  Suffolk,  Knight,  obiit  20  of  Marche  1452. 


Higham  in  com 


Thomas  Highaim 
of  Higham  in 
com.  Suffolke, 
Esquier  sonne 
and  heire  obiit  at 
Colne  in  Essex 
23d  of  Aprell, 
1492. 


=Catherin 
daugh.  to 
William 
Cotton  of 
Landwood 
(Lanwade) 
in  com. 
Cambridge  ar. 


Clement  Higham 
of  Giffords  in 
com.  Suffolke  2 i 
sonne  of  whome 
Issue  remayn- 
ethe. 


William  Higham 
parson  of  Elve- 
don  and  Gaseley 
Electe  Bishop  of 
Elye,  obiit  a° 
1498. 


Richard 
Higham  4th 
sonne  Sar- 
gant  at  Lawe 
obiit  21  of 
October  a° 
1500. 


I  ‘  I 

Clement  Higham  offp.  .  .  .  John  Higham  of=j=Mary  eldest 


Lauenham  in  com. 
Suffolke  Esquier  2d 
sonne  obiit  29th  of 
August  a°  1500. 

A 


daugh. 
to. 


Higham  in  com. 
Suffolke,  esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 

B 


daugh.  and 
coheire  to 
Terring- 
ham. 


I  I 

Richard  2d  sonne  ob. 
s.p. 

John  Higham  eldest 
sonne  ob.  1 8th  of 
Jully,  1504. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


217 


A| 


B  I 


William 

Higham, 

Clarke. 

Thomas 
Higham 
ob.  s.p. 


to  Munnings 
of  Suffolke 
servante  to 
John  Dela- 
pole  duke  of 
Suffolke  first 
wyfe. 


daugh.=j=Sr  Clement  Higham=pAnn  daugh.  to 


of  Barrow  Hall  in 
com.  Suffolke,  Ivn1 
Barron  of  the  Ex¬ 
chequer,  sonne  and 
heire. 


George  Walde- 
grave  of  Small- 
bridge  in  com. 
Suffolke  ar. 
wydow  to  Henry 
B  ewers  of  Acton, 
ar. 


John  Higham 
of  Lewkenors 
is  descended 
of  Suffolke. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  first 
to  Eden,  2dIi  to 
Hobart  Kempe  of 
Finch(ing)filde  in 
Essex  Esq. 


Sr  John  Higham  of 
Barrowhall  in  com. 
Suffolke  K‘  whose 
Issue  remayneth 
still  there. 


Thomas 

2d 

sonne. 


William  = 
Higham  of 
Eastham  in 
com.  Essex, 
ar.  3d  sonne. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh.  and 
heire  to  Stonley 
or  Stanley  one  of 
the  Tellors  of 
the  Exchequ. 


I 

Sv  Richard  Higham  of  Esteham  in  com.  Essex, =.  . 
Knight,  Barronett,  sonne  and  heire.  to 


daugh. 


{See  Pedigrees  of  this  Family,  with  much  valuable  information  regarding  it,  in  the 
‘  Visitation  of  Suffolke,  1561,’  edited  by  J.  J.  Howard,  LL.D.,  F.S.A.,  vol.  ii. 
pp.  210,  234.) 


ilnqljam. 

(No.  2.) 


Arms. — Cheeky  or  and  azure,  on  a  chief  sable  a  lion  passant  gardant  or  [Higham], 
impaling  or  on  a  fess  vert  three  lioncels  of  the  field.  [Allen.] 

Crest. — An  arm  embowed  proper,  bound  at  the  wrist  gules,  holding  a  broken  sword, 
also  proper.  [Higham.] 

This  pedigree  differs  so  much  from  that  of  the  same  family  in  Yis.  of  1558  that  it 
has  been  considered  advisable  to  give  it  in  extenso. 


Robart  Higham  of  Higham=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Hopwood 


in  com.  Chester  Gentlem. 


of  the  Clyffe. 


Roger  2nd 
sonne  mar. 
Alice  dau.  to 
Edwards. 

W 

A  I 


John  Higham=Ellen 
of  Higham  in  daugh. 
com.  Chest.  to  Tur- 

sonne  and  ner. 

heire. 


Edward 
3d  sonne. 


George  4th  sonne  Mar- 

mar.  Catherin  garett. 

daugh.  to  Dale 
of  Adlington  in 
Cheshire. 


2  F 


218 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


»  I 


of  Dunmowe  in 
com.  Ess.  Gent, 
sonne  and  heire. 


II  1  1  1 

=Ann  daugh.  Oliver  sonne  and 

1  II  1 

Elizabeth. 

Robarte  eldest 

to  John  heire. 

— 

sonne. 

Allen  of  — 

Ellen. 

— 

Essex  John  2d  sonne. 

— 

Rignolde  2d  sonne. 

Gentle.  — 

Catherin. 

— 

William  3d  sonne. 

— 

John  3d  sonne. 

Roger,  4th  sonne. 

Robart  5th  sonne. 

Ann. 

I 


I 


I 


William  sonne  and  heire.  Alice  eldest  daugh.  Ann,  2d  daugh. 


Hulforto. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  four — 1.  Argent,  a  greyhound  statant  sable.  [Holford.] 
2.  Argent,  three  lucks'  heads  calossed  sable.  [Bulkeley.]  3.  Argent,  a 
chevron  between  three  Text  Tees  sable.  [Toft.]  4.  Argent,  a  boar  sable 
[Bryne],  impaling  ermine  on  a  canton  azure  a  pelican  or.  [Pell.] 

Crest. — A  greyhound’s  head  couped  sable,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Holford.] 


William  Holford,  sonne  and  he.  to  Henry  Tofte  whoe  lived  18  of 
Edw.  3d  sonne  and  he.  to  Roger,  sonne  &  he.  to  Will’m  by  Joane, 
daugh.  &  he.  to  Rich,  lord  of  Lostock,  sonne  to  Rich.  Lo.  of 
Lostock,  sonne  to  Willm.  lo.  of  Lostock,  the  wich  Willm.  Tofte 
was  sonne  &  he.  to  Roger  Tofte,  Lo.  of  Tofte  and  Margarett  dau. 
to  Wyver  sonne  to  Walter  sonne  to  Benedick,  lo.  of  Tofte  in 
Cheshire,  sonne  to  Horne  Tofte  &  Lord  of  ye  same. 


John  Holford  of  Holford= 
in  com.  Chesh.  19th  of 
Edw.  3d  46  Edw.  3d. 


=Joanne  dau.  to  Roger  Bryne  Elizabeth  eldest  dau. 


(Bruyne)  of  Stapleford 
17th  of  Rich.  2d. 


Alice  2d  daugh. 


Thomas  Holford  of  Holford  died  before=p Alice  dau.  to  Will’m  Bulkley 


his  father,  12th  of  Rich.  2d 


of  Otworth  (?  Budworth). 


William  Holford  of  Holford, =pMargarett  dau. 
sonne  and  heire,  1  H.  6.  to  .  .  . 


Thomas  Holford  of  Holford,  esquier,  sonne=p Joanne,  daugh. 
and  heire,  lived  22d  of  H.  6.  to  ...  . 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


219 


Thomas  Holford  of  Holford,  esquier, - 
sonne  &  heire,  29th  of  H.  6. 


:Mafcild.  dau.  to  Sr  William  Bulkley 
Justice  of  Chester. 


I 

Sr  George  Holford= 
of  Holford,  Knight 
sonne  &  heire, 

4  H.  7. 


=Isabell  daugh.  Randall  Hol-= 

=.  .  .  .  Robart  Hol-= 

to  Robart  Lee  ford  2  sonne. 

da.  to  ford  3d 

of  Adlyngton. 

....  sonne. 

da.  to 


Sr  John  Hol-=Margery,  dau.  Humfrey=.  .  . 


ford  of  Hol¬ 
ford,  Knight 
sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Sr  Ran¬ 
dolph  Brere- 
ton  of 

Malpasse,  Kt. 


Holford 
sonne 
and  he. 


dau. 

to 


Richard 

2d 

sonne. 


Ill  III 

John  1  Owen  4. 

sonne.  — 

—  Mathew  5. 

Phillip  2.  — 

—  Bryan  6. 

Bartholo¬ 
mew  3. 


"I 


Humfrey  sonne  George  2d  Richard  3d  sonne  gentle  shewre 

and  heire.  sonne.  to  Q.  Elizabeth,  1561. 

_ ir 

I 

Henry  Holford,  sonne  &  he.  mar.  Jayne,  dau.  to  Judge  Sheute, 
mother  to  S1  Christoph.  Hatton,  adopted  heir  to  yc  Lo.  Chauncelor. 


Richard  Holford  yonge  of  age. 


Jayne  dau.  to= 

1 

=ThomasHol-= 

=Margarett 

1 

John 

Christopher= 

Sr  Will’m 

ford  of  Hoi- 

dau.  to  Sr 

Hoi- 

Holford 

Booth  of 

ford,  22d  of 

Thomas 

ford  2d 

Esquier 

Dunham 

H.  8. 

Buttler  of 

sonne. 

3d  sonne. 

Knight. 

Bewsey  Kt. 

to  Thomas 
Danyell,  systcr 
to  Judge 
Danyell. 


George 

2d 

sonne. 


Christopher= Elizabeth, 
Holford  of  dau.  to  Sr 


I 

Christopher  Holford  of=Mary,  daugh.  to  Henry 


Holford, 
sonne  and 
he. 


Randolph 
Main- 
waring,  Kt. 


Purflett  in  com.  Ess. 
ar.  sonne  &  heire,  obiit 
4th  of  January  1607, 
aged  47  3  monthes  & 
3  dayes. 


Yynar  of  Cundor 
(Condover)  in  com. 
Sallope  esq.  syster  to 
Judge  Danyell. 


Christopher  Holford 
eldest  sonne,  obiit 
s.p.  lyeth  buryed  by 
his  father  in  Purfleet 
Church. 


Danyell  Holford  of=Martha  dau.  &  sole 
Purflett  in  com.  heire  to  Yalantyne 
[Essex]  esquier,  2d  Pell  of  Kings  Lynne 
sonne  and  heire  to  in  Nor  S'.  Gent, 
his  Brother. 


I  I  I 

Henry  3d  sonne. 
Robart  4th  sonne. 
Martha  died  yonge. 


220 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


i>mu- 


Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Sable,  a  tau  between  three  mullets  argent.  [Hone.] 

2.  Sable,  a  lion's  head  erased  between  three  mullets  argent.  [Hone.] 

3.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Hone  as  in  No.  1.  2.  Per  chevron  gules 

and  ermine,  in  fess  two  lions'  heads  erased  or,  a  mullet 
for  difference.  [Allen.]  3.  Sable,  an  eagle  displayed 
sable,  membered  or.  [Grandtoft.] 


John  Hone  of  London  Mercer. 


T 


William  Hone  of  London,  one=pJoane  sister  of  Anthony  Browne  of  Tolthorp 
of  the  Judges  of  Guild  hall.  in  Litle  Casterton  co.  Rutland,  esqr. 


Thomas  Hone=Jane,  his  wife  daughter  &  heire 


of  Horne- 
church  com. 
Essex  gent. 


of  Rafe  Allen  Proctor  of  the 
Arches  by  his  wife  the  daughter 
&  coheire  of  Mr  Grandtoft  of 
Lincolnshire. 


John  Hone  second  son  Doctor 
of  the  Civile  Law  who  procured 
of  the  King  of  Armes  the  Lions 
head  and  waved  the  tau. 


William  Hone  of=Elizebeth  yongest 


Farnham  com. 
Essex  &  of  the 
Inner  Temple 
a  Councellor  of 
the  Law. 


daughter  of  Thom. 
Parsons  of  Stortford 
com.  Essex  (Herts) 
gent. 


Peter  & 
Anthony 
Hone 
both  in 
Ireland. 


Thomas  Hone. 


Francis 
ma.  to 
Thomas 
Collyer 
of ...  . 


Jane,  mar.  to 
James  Trussed 
of  London, 
mercer. 


(  The  whole  of  this  entry  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


Humble. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable,  a  buck  trippant  or,  a  chief  indented  of  the  second. 
[Humble.]  2  and  3.  Per  fess  imbattled  azure  and  gules  three  suns  in 
splendour  or.  [Person.] 

Crest. — A  derni-buck  proper,  horned  or,  collared  vert.  [Humble.] 

Peter  Humbell  of  Surrey  Gentleman,  mar.  and  had  Issue. 


Elizabeth,  daugh.= 
and  sole  heire  to 
Person,  first  wyfe. 


^Richard  Humble  of  Sowthwarke= 
vintner  and  of  Gooseys  in  com. 
Essex,  esquier,  buryed  the  30th 
of  Aprell  in  Sl  Mary  Overys 
Church  under  a  fayre  monument 
a0  1616,  served  by  Mr  Camden 
Clarenceux  and  Mr  Guillyams 
Pursevant  at  Arms. 


= . Daugh.  to  Kitchen- 

man  2d  wyfe  she  after  mar.  to 
Hall  of  Battersey,  a  serivenor. 

(Arms.— Harl.  MS.  1541, 
159.  Argent,  on  a  pile  sable 
between  two  cross  crosslets 
fitchee  gules  three  lozenges  of 
the  field.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


221 


A 


Peter  Humble  of  Gooseys=p 
(Goosehays)  in  com.  Essex 
Esquier  sonne  and  heire, 
obiit  at  Gooseys  the  4th 
of  August  beinge  Mun- 
day  buryed  ye  7  of  ye 
same  his  father  in  the 
Vaulte. 


. .  .  .  daugh.  to 
.  .  .  .  of  Rum- 

ford  in  Essex 
brewer  she  after 
mar.  to  Mr  Le- 
gatt  of  Horne 
church  parson¬ 
age. 


John 

obiit 

yonge, 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Richard 
Ward  of 
Chepesyde 
Goldsmith 
buryed  ye 
same  daye  wl 
her  father. 


Catherin  2rt 
dau.  ob.  s.p. 

Welthamob. 

s.p. 

Margarett 
ob.  s.p. 


Richard  Humble  buryed  w‘  his  father  ....  daugh.  and  sole 
wlowt  Issue.  heire  livinge. 


Ives  op  Essex. 

Arms. — Per  chevron  sable  and  argent  three  elephants'  heads  counterchanged  crowned 
or. 

Crest. — An  elephant's  head  erased  sable  croivned  or. 

( The  whole  of  this  entry  is  an  addition  to  the  MS. ) 


Jenour. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Azure,  a  cross  patonce  between  four 
fleurs  de  lis  or,  a  martlet  for  difference.  [Jenour.]  2. 
Gules,  ten  bezants,  4,  3,  2,  1,  a  canton  ermine.  [Zouche.] 
3.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  annulets  gules,  a  mullet 
for  difference.  [Younge.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Jenour  without  the  difference.  2. 
Sable,  on  a  fe.ss  or  between  three  saltires  couped  or  three 
pellets.  [Smith.]  3.  [Fitzherbert.]  4.  Argent,  ten 
torfeaux,  4,  3,  2  and  1,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Babbing- 
ton.]  5.  Azure,  a  cross  moline  argent  [Molineux], 
impaling  or  a  bend  engrailed,  in  dexter  chief  a  plate. 
[Clarke.] 

Crest. — A  hound  sejant  sable.  [Jenour.] 

The  10  of  June  in  the  17  of  Q.  Elizabeth  1578  p’  Robart  Cooke  Claren. 

William  Jenour=j=Catherin,  daughter  to  Whitinge  of 
of  Stonham  As-  Bramham  (?  Brantham)  in  com.  Suffolk 
pall  in  com.  Gentlem.  of  the  Privie  Chamber  to 
Suffolke,  Gentl.  K.  Edw.  4th  Preferred  by  Mowbraye, 

Duke  of  Norffolke. 

A 


222 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


John  Jenour  of  Ston-- 
ham  Aspall  in  com. 
Suffolke  ar.  sonne  and 
heire  Prothonotarye 
obiit  age  76  ye  17th  of 
Sept,  a0  d’ni  1542. 


I 

Richard  Jenour- 
of  Stonham 
Esquier,  sonne 
&  heire,  borne 
a0  1510,  obiit 
26  of  Novem¬ 
ber,  a0  1542. 


=Ann,  2d  daugh. 
to  John  Fin- 
cham  of  Owt- 
well  in  com. 
Norffolke  she 
was  maryed  a0 
1500,  obiit  1547. 


Robart 

2d 

sonne 
an  at¬ 
torney. 


I  I 

William  3d 
sonneaPreste. 

Thomas  4th, 
served  the 
Lord  Dacres 
of  ye  north. 


Catherin,  mar.  to 
Lone,  and  had 
issue  Lone  of 
Rente,  prothono¬ 
tarye  of  the 
Comon  Place  in 
Westminster. 


-Wyborough,  dau.  to 
Anthony  Catesby  of 
Whiston  in  com. 
Northampton.  She 
died  ye  first  of  Q. 
Mary.  She  2dly  mar. 
to  Richard  Weston  of 
Roxwell  in  Essex, 
Judge. 


I 


Robart 

Elizabeth,  mar.  to 

Dorathe 

2d 

Thomas  Bokenham 

mar.  to 

sonne 

of  Levermere  in 

Frevill 

obiit 

com.  Suffolke,  2dl-v 

of  Shelford 

s.p. 

she  maryed  to  Richard 
Michall  al’s  Coding- 
ton  whoe  died  27  of 
Maye,  1567.  She  died 
ye  8th  of  Sept.  1571. 

in  com. 

Cambridg. 

ar. 

John  Jenour  2d  sonne 
Rector  of  Bradfilde. 

George  Jenour  of 
London  W  oolen  draper 
3d  sonne. 


Mathew 

obiit 

s.p. 


Anthony  Jenour=j=Joanne,  daugh.  and  heire  to 
of  Dunmowe,  in  John  Souche  and  of  Alice 
com.  Essex,  4th  his  wyfe  dau.  and  heire  to 
sonne.  Richard  Goringe  of  Craneley 

in  com.  Surrey,  Gent,  wich 
Alice  died  in  S*  Mary  Orgars, 
10th  of  August,  1592,  34  of 
Eliz. 


Fraun.  first  sonne  and  heire 
a  Clarke  at  Comon  Lawe. 


Richard  a  scollor 
in  Cambridg. 


Kenelme  a  scollor 
at  Gramer  skole. 


Ann,  onely 
daugh. 


I  I  I 

Andrew  Jenour  of=j=Grisogon,  daugh.  and  heire  Jayne,  mar.  Mary  mar.  to 
Alfreston  al’s  Alver-  to  Thomas  Smith  of  Camden  to  John  Willi  am Tyffyn 

ston  al’s  Jenour  of  in  com.  Gloster,  wydowe  to  Walters  al’s  Counseller  at 

Bigotts  in  Dunmowe  Sr  Edward  Smith  2d  sonne  to  Leven-  Midell  Temple 

in  com.  Essex  Esqu.  Sr  John  Smith  of  Cressinge  thorpe  obiit  and  Lorde  of 

age  75  ye  3d  of  Temple  in  com.  Essex  Esquier,  s.p.  Wakes  Colne 

Marche  a0  1613  j  obiit  sine  prole.  in  Essex 

sonne  and  heire,  obi  it  j  Esquier. 

Decemb.  a0  1622. 


Kenelme  Jenour  of=j= Jayne  daugh.  to  Sr 


Bigotts  in  Dunmowe 
in  com.  Essex, 
Esquier  sonne  and 
heire  (Baronet). 


Robart  Clarke,  Knight 
Barron  of  ye  Exchequer 
by  ye  syster  to  Sr 
Henry  Maynard. 


Andrew  Jenour  2d 
sonne  mar.  Anne 
daugh.  to  John 
Bentley  of  Castell 


Henry,  3d 
mar.  Martha 
dau.  to 
Layer  of 


Camps  in  com.  Cam.  Norwich. 


I 

Sr  Andrew  sonne 
&  heire  of  Bigots. 


I  I 

Henry  2  sonne. 
Robart  3  sonne. 


Grisogon  mar.  to  Sr  John 
Prescott,  sonne  to  Aider- 
man  Prescott. 


Susan  2d  dau. 
mar.  to  Gore. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612.  223 


A 

William  4th  sonne 
mar.  ye  daugh.  to 
Glatton  of  Sl  Ives. 

1 

Robart  a  fellow 
of  King’s  Col¬ 
lege  in  Cam¬ 
bridge. 

1  1 

Ann,  mar.  to  Phillip 
Glascoke  of  Min- 
chions  in  Dun- 
mowe. 

2| 

Jayne,  mar.  to 

Francis  Browne  of 

S‘  Ives  Esquier. 

3  |  4  |  5  | 

Grisogon  mar.  to.  Mary,  mar.  to  John  Tiffine  Mary,  mar.  first  to  John  Hather- 
Robert  Pascall  of  cosen  and  heire  to  William  sail,  obiit  s.p.  2dly  to  John  Langley 
much  Baddow,  of  Wakes  Colne,  esquier.  Gentleman  and  Lynning  draper  of 
Gent.  London. 


gosselp,  Jocchtt. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms  (5  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1.  Azure,  a  wreath  argent  and  sable,  with/ 'our  hawks’ 
bells  conjoined  thereto  in  quadrangle  or.  [Josselyn.] 

2.  Gules,  on  a  saltire  engrailed  or  five  torteaux,  a  chief 
ermine.  [Hyde.]  3.  Battell.  4.  Azure,  a  fess  or. 
[Elliott — ?  Chastelin.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Josselyn.  2.  Gules,  on  a  bend  or  three 

castles  sable.  [Castleton.]  3.  Elliott.  4.  Barrett. 
5.  Paly  of  six  or  and  azure,  on  a  chief  gules  three  martlets 
of  the  first.  [Martyn].  6.  Hyde ,  impaling  sable  a  chevron 
ermine  between  three  bulls'  heads  cabossed  argent.  [Saun¬ 
ders.] 

3.  Quarterly — Josselyn,  Castleton,  Elliott,  and  Hyde, 

impaling  quarterly — 1  and  4.  Smyth,  as  in  Vis.  of  1552. 
2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  bend  sable  three  cross  crosslets  of  the 
first,  a  martlet  of  the  second  for  difference.  [ 

4.  Quarterly — 1.  Josselyn.  2.  Castleton.  3.  Elliott. 

4.  Battell,  impaling  sable  on  a  fess  or  between  three 
cinquefoils  ermine  a  lion  passant  betiveen  two  mullets  gules. 
[  ] 

5.  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Josselyn.  2.  Castleton. 

3.  Hyde.  4.  Battell.  5.  Elliott. 


James  Josselyn  of  Essex,  Gentleman.=p 


Henry  Josselyn  sonne  and=j=Jane,  daugh.  and  heire  to 


heire  to  James. 


William  Chastelyn. 


Rauffe  Josselyn  sonne=pMawde,  dau.  and  he.  to 
and  heire.  Sr  John  Hyde,  Kl. 


224 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


I 

John  Josselyn  esquier, =pCatherin,  daugh.  and  coheire  to 
sonne  and  heire.  Sr  Thomas  Battaile,  Knight. 


Thomas  Josselyn  esqu.=j=Mawde  whoe  after  mar.  to 
sonne  and  heire.  Nicholas  Villers. 


Thomas  Josselyn  esquier, =p  Alice,  daugh.  to 
sonne  and  heire.  William  Lyston. 


Rauffe  Josselyn  ar.=j=Mawde,  daugh.  to  Sr  John 
sonne  and  heire.  Sutton  al’s  Dudley. 


Jefforey  Josselyn  esquier, =pMargarett,  daugh.  to 
sonne  and  heire.  Robart  Rockell. 


Rauffe  Josselyn  esquier,=pPetronill,  daugh.  to 


sonne  and  heire. 


r 


Phillip  Palmer. 


Thomas  Josselyn  esquier, =pMawde,  daugh.  to  William 
sonne  and  heire.  Brancketor  ar.  (?  Branktree). 


I 

Jefforey  Josselyn  esquier, =pCatherin,  daugh.  to  Thomas, 
sonne  and  heire.  lord  Braye. 


Thomas  Josselyn, =Alice  Sr  Thomas 


esquier,  sonne 
and  heire,  7  H.  6 
a0  1428. 


daugh.  to  Josselyn, 
Lewes  2d  sonne 

Duke.  a  preste. 


Sr  Rauffe  Josselyn  3d  sonne,  Mayor  of 
London,  4tu  of  Edw.  yc  4th,  a0  1464. 
Knight  of  the  Bathe  and  also  in  ye  feild 
buryed  at  Sl  Swithins  London  stone. 


1 


George  Josselyn  esq.=j=Mawde  daugh.  to  Edmond 


sonne  and  heire. 


Bardolfe,  ar. 


Rauffe  Josselyn— Catherin  duu.  and  John  Josselyn  2^_  sonne, =j=Phillip  daugh.  to 

‘  '  William  Bradbury 

Esquier. 


ar.  sonne  and 
heire. 


coheire  to  Richard  obiit  17  of  K.  H.  8  a° 
Martyn.  1525. 


Gabrell  Josselyn  Jefforey  Josselyn  Esquier, =j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  John  Josselyn  3d 

2d  sonne.  sonne  and  heire.  to  ...  .  sonne. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


225 


A| 


Thomas  Josselyn  of  Horkseley  in  com.=f=Elizabeth,  dan.  to  Nicholas  Hadesley  of 
Essex,  Esquier  sonne  and  heire.  Essex  Esquier. 


Thomas  Josselyn  of  Horkseley  in  com.  Essex,  esquier ,=pM ary,  daugh.  to  Thomas 
sonne  and  heire.  Parker  of  Essex. 


Thomas  Josselyn  of  Horkseley  in  com.  Essex, = Jayne,  daugh.  to  Edmund  Saunders 
Esquier,  sonne  and  he.  livinge,  a0  1614.  of  Charlewood  in  com.  Surrey,  ar. 


Ann  mar.  to  Sr  Thomas  Josselyn  of=Dorathe,  daugh.  to  Sr  Gef- 


Bigod  of 
Bloffilde  ar. 


High  Roodynge in 
com.  Essex,  Knt. 
sonne  and  heire. 


forev  Gate  of  highe 
Roodinge  in  com.  Essex, 
Knt. 


I 

....  mar.  to 
Sr  Nicholas 
Wentworth 
Knight. 


Ann,  daugh.  to=Richard  Josselyn=Ann,  dau.  to  Thomas  Lucas 


Sr  Thomas 
Shelton  Knt. 
first  wyfe. 


of  High  Roodinge 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


of  Essex  esquier, 
2d  wyfe. 


John  Josselyn 
3d  sonne, 
unmaryed. 


I 

Richard  Jos  sly  n  of  Newhalh 
Josselyn  in  com.  Essex 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire, 
mar.  first  ye  dau.  to  Rich. 
Barnes  Bishop  of  Durham, 
first  wyfe. 


-.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  Atkinson 
a  famous 
lawyer. 


John  2d 
sonne 
mar.  the 
dau.  to 
Robart 
Wise¬ 
man. 


Wynifrid 
mar.  to 
Silvister 
Dods- 
worth. 


I  I 

Joanne  mar.  to 
Francis  Reeve 
of  Hubartsball 
in  Harlowe  in 
Essex,  Gentle. 

Mary  mar.  to 
Thomas  Pellett. 


Robarte  Josselyn  of  Newhall  Josselyn =Brigett,  daugh.  to  Sr  William  Smith 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  of  Hillhall  in  Essex,  Knight. 


Leonard 

qth 

sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


Henry  Josselyn 
4th  sonne,  mar. 
Ann,  daugh. 
and  heire  to 
Henry  Torrell. 
(See  Vis.  of 
1558.) 


Edward  Josslym 
of  High  Rood¬ 
ynge  in  com. 
Essex  esquier, 

2d  sonne. 


=Mary 
daugh.  to 
Lambe  of 
Midelsex 
esquier. 


Mary  mar.  first  to  Kebell 
2d,y  to  Richard  Glascock. 

Jayne,  mar.  first  to  Rich. 
Kelton,  2d’y  to  Roger 
Harlakenden  of  Kenard- 
ington  in  Kente. 


Henry  sonne  Thomas  Mary  mar.  to  Peter  Gates  Jayne  3d  dau.  Ann  5th  dau. 
and  heire.  2d  of  London.  —  — 

sonne.  —  Dorathe  4th  dau.  Elizabethe 

Wynifride  mar.  to  ...  .  6th  dau. 

Syday  of  Bewers  in  Essex. 

2  G 


226 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


;|osscljm,  Botcltn. 

No.  2. 

Arms. — Azure,  ajosselyn  argent  and  sable,  belled  or.  [Josselyn.] 

Stemma  et  propagations  perantiquse  Joscelinorum  familiae  de  comitatibus 
Essexiae  et  Hertfordise  ab  adventu  Normannorum  in  Angliam  ad  hunc  usque  diem 
par  spatium  quingentorum  ;  et  eo  amplius  continuate  masculorum  serie  genealogica 
una  cum  coalescentium  haeredum  (quorum  Arma  sive  insignia  gentilitia  simul  cum 
prsediorum  portionibus  deficiente  stirpe  masculina)  ad  prsefatam  familiam  per 
foemineas  heredes  devoluta  sunt  diligenter  observatae.  Omnia  summa  cum  fide  ac 
diligentia  ex  publicis  Regni  Archivis,  et  privatis  ejusdem  familiae  evidentiis  (e  quibus 
veritas  ipsa  potissimum  elici  solet)  collecta  ae  elaborata,  et  hoc  Schemate  sunt 
breviter  concionata.  Anno  a  Yerbo  incarnato,  1627. 

De  Gilberto  filio  Jocelini. 

Miles  quidam  Jocelinus  nomine  Loci  hujus  religione  delectatus  dedit  deo  et 
Ecclesie  Sancte  Marie  duas  partes  decima  omnium  rerum  suarum  quas  in  possessione 
quadam  que  grava  dicitur  habebat  Radulphus  filius  eis  postea  confirmavit  dona- 
cionem  predictam  Tempore  Regis  Henrici  primi. 

Ex  libro  de  Abingdon  folio  159. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Josselyn  or  Jocelin,  as  in  Pedigree  of  Josser yn, 
No.  1.  2.  A  demi-lion  sable  crowned  or.  [Jocelin.]  3.  Azure,  a  fess  or. 
[Chastelin.]  4.  Battell.  5.  Enfielde.  6.  [Hyde.]  7.  Argent,  three 
inescutcheons  gules.  [Patmere.]  8.  Gules,  three  chevrons  argent.  [Baude.] 
Crest. — A  falcon's  leg  erased  proper,  belled  or.  [Jocelin.] 


Gilbertus  Joselinus  genearcha  sive 
pater  originalis  hujus  familiae  qui 
multis  patifundiis  abathiam  de  Semp- 
ringham  in  agro  Lincolniensi  locuple- 
tavit.  =f 


Galfridus  Joselinus.- 


:.  .  .  .  filia  Johis 
de  Bisset. 


I 


William=FOswalda  filia  Roberti  Gous- 


Joselin. 


hull  militi. 


Robertus  Joscelin.=p. . . .  filia  Johannis 
Fleming. 


Jacobus  Joscelin.=p Joanna  filia  Henrici 
Throckin  gholden . 


I 


©JjaBtfltu. 

Gervasius=p 
Chastelin. 


Robertus  =j=Isabell  filia  Johannis 
Chastelin.  Fitz-Archer  de  Grove. 


Richardus  de: 
Chastelin. 


:Beatrix  filia  Edmundi 
Bamfeild. 


Robertus  =j= Johanna  filia  Thoma?  Feti- 
Chastelin.  place. 


Willimus  ^Johanna  filia  Joh’is  Sul- 


Chastelin. 


liard. 


Henricus  Jocelin.=pJana  filia  Willelmi  Chastelin. 
a  I 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


227 


A| 


I 

Radulfus  Jocelin  a0  3  Johanuis.=j=Beatrix  uxor  dicti  Radulfi. 

I _ 


toutUXL 

Thomas  Battell. 


©nfieltr, 

Rogerus  Bnfeild  de 
Enfeild,  miles. 


Richard  Batell=p Alicia  filia 
miles. 


Richardusde  Enfcild=pEmm a  filia 


in  co.  Midlesex. 


Robertus=pElizabetha  filia  Edmondi 


WalteriTirrell. 


Battell. 


de  Ho  .  .  . 


Bartholomeus  de=pUrsula  filia  Johan - 


Enfeild  miles. 


Edwardus  Bat-=pJoanna  filia  Johannis 


nis  de  Waldegrave. 


tell  miles. 


de  Basingborne. 


Henricus  Enfeild=pJohanna  filia 


miles. 


I 


Rcberti  Bretton. 


Galfridus=rChristiana  filia  Joh’is 


Batell  miles. 


Torrell  de  Torrell  hall.  Johannes  de  En-=plsabell,  filia  Hu- 


feild  miles. 


I 


Johannes  Battell  de- 
Aunger  (Ongar) 
Parke  co.  Essex. 


:.  .  .  .  filia 
Thomae  de 
Rochford  mil. 


gonis  Bigott  milt. 


Richardus  de  En-=j=filia  Johannis 


feild  miles. 


I 


Nor  toft,  milt. 


Thomas  Battell  miles.=j=Elizabetha  filia  et  unica  hasres  Richardi  de  Enfeild,  militis. 


I  ~r  I 

Alicia  filia  maxima  Johannes  Joscelin=FCatherina  Johannes  de=pElizabetha  filia 


.et  coh.  Tho.  Batell  a0  10  H.  3. 
mil.  nupta  Johanni 
Barington  de  Ba- 
rington. 


filia  et  co-  HidedeHide  i  Joh’is  Baronis 


beres 

Thomas 

Battell. 


Aula  in  com. 

Hertford 

miles. 


Thomas  Jocelin=FMatildis  filia  et=Nicholaus  de 


de  Sudley  in 
com.  Gloc. 


a0  33  Hen.  3. 


Alicia  uxor  la= 
dicti  Thome, 
filia  Willelmi 
Liston. 

B 


cohaares  Johannis 
Hide  mil. 


Viler s  maritus 
secundus. 


Margareta  uxor.  Johannis 
Oaldecote  de  Caldecote  co. 
Rutland  s.p. 


I 


=Thomas  Jocelin, = Johanna  filia  Joh’is 
a0  13  Ed.  I  de  le  Blount  uxor 
Hidehall  co.  secunda  postea  nupta 

Hertford.  Thome  Marshall. 


patmm. 

Philippus  de  Patmer  de 
Patmer  aula  uxor  ejus 
fuit  filia  et  heres  Joh’is 
Baude  de  Somerby  (co. 
Lincoln).  =j= 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


C| 


Anna  uxor=Radulfus  Jocelin=pMatildis  filia  Joh’is^p  Rogerus 


prima  filia 

Willielmi 

Sandes. 


ob.  a0  5  Ed.  2. 


I 

Galfridus  Jocelin. 


Sutton  militis  ob. 
28  E.  3. 


=Margareta  ux.  ejus  filia 
Robti  Rokell. 


de 
Berners. 


Johannes  de  Pat- 
mere  et  Sara  uxor 
ejus. 


Rogerus  de 
Berners. 


Johannes  de  Patmere. 


I  I 

Radulfus  Jocelin. =f=Margareta  uxor  ejus. 


I 


Lodovicus=pAnna  filia  Thomas=Matildis 


Duke. 


et  heres 
Joh’is 
Cotton, 
ar. 


Jocelin 
filius  et 
heres 
ob.  s.p. 


filia 

Adami 

de 

Brancktre 

(Braintree). 


Catherina- 
filia  Tho¬ 
rn®  le 
Brayuxl. 


-Galfridus  Joce-=Johanna 
lin  frater  et  uxor 

heres  Thome,  secunda 

ob.  a0  3  H.  6.  dicti 

Galfridi. 


I  I 

Willelmus  Phihppa  filia=Radulphus  Jocelin  mil.=Elizabetha,  filia  Willelmi 
Jocelin  Phi.  Malpas.  Balnei  et  bis  Major  Barley  postea  nupta 
fil.  3tius  Civit’  London,  ob.  18  Roberto  Clifford,  mil.  filio 

ob.  s.p.  E.  4  s.p.  d’ni  Clifford. 


T.  .  .  II 

Thomas  Jocelin=p Alicia  ux.  ejus,  filia  Margeria  Jocelin. 


filius  et  heres. 


Lodovici  Duke. 


Elizabeth  Jocelin. 


Galfridus  Jocelin 
fil.  2US. 

_ I 


I 

Johannes  Jocelin  fil.  et  heres  Galfridi  uxor  fuit  Anna. 


Radulphus=pElizabetha  ux. 
Jocelin. 


ejus. 


Philippus: 

Jocelin. 


Agnes  filia  Radul- 
phi  Jocelin  nupta 
Johanni  Wise¬ 
man  de  Canfeild. 


I 

Philipus  Jocelin 
Anna  ux.  fuit 
filia  Johannis 
Brocke. 


= Agnes  filia  Roberti 
Davies. 


Galfridus=j= 
Jocelin. 


I 


Alicia 
Jocelin 
ux.  Thomas 
Poole. 


Thomas  =j=Elizabetha  filia 
Jocelin  ob.  Nicholai  Had- 

6  Julii  leigh,  ob.  17 

1552  a0  6  Apr.  29  Eliz. 

Edw  .6.  1587. 


Suzanna  Jocelin  nupta  Tho. 
Wilson. 


Thomas  Jocelin  ob.  s.p.  161  l=j=M aria  filia  Thom® 
a0  9  R.  Jac.  I  Parker. 

E 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


229 


D 


E  I 


Maria 

Jocelin 

ux. 

Joh’is 

Lyte. 


Elizabetha 

Jocelin. 


Jana  filia  Edmundi= 
Sander  de  Chari- 
wood  arm.  et  Phe. 
filie  Edre  Gage  mil. 
ux.  1  s.p. 


rThomas=Suzanna  filia,— Thomas 
Jocelin.  Willelmi  Lock,  de 

Welby  mil.  Greys 

Balnei  ux.  Inne 

3da. 


arm.ma.i. 


Philippus=j=Anna 
Jocelin. 


filia 
Whitman. 


Robertus  Jocelin  duxit 
in  uxorem  Eliz.  filiam 
Roberti  Rosse. 


I 

Johannes  Jocelin 
duxit  in  uxorem 
Mariam  Smith. 


.  I  I 

Richardus. 

Franciscus. 


I 


Phillippus  Jocelin. 


Georgius  Jocelin  fil.  Thom®.=pMatildis  ux.  ejus  filia  Edri  Bardolfe. 

I 


Radulphus=j=Catherina  Johan nes=j=Phillippa  Phillippus  Elizabetha  Jocelin  nupta 
Jocelin  fil. 
et  heres. 


una  fili- 
arum  et 
heredum 
Ricardi 
Martin. 


Jocelin. 


filia  Wil¬ 
lelmi 
Brad¬ 
bury. 


Jocelin 

clericus. 


Roberto  Fitz  Herbert. 


Anna  Fitz-Herbert,  ux. 
Johannis  Bettenham. 


Georgius  Jocelin 

Gabrieli 

Johannes 

Thomas=i=Dorothea 

Jana 

Anna 

filius  et  heres 

Jocelin 

Jocelin 

Jocelin 

filia  Gal- 

Jocelin  ux. 

Jocelin 

vendidit  heredi- 

obiit 

obiit  a0 

miles. 

fridi 

Nicholai 

ux. 

tatem  suum 

s.p. 

1553,  ux. 

Gates, 

Went- 

Johannis 

Johanni  avun- 

fuit 

miles. 

worth, 

Bagott. 

culo  suo.  et 

Anna. 

militis. 

obiit  s.p. 

1 

I 

Margareta  Jocelin 
filia  et  hmres,  ux. 
Joh’i  Farley. 


Anna  filia  =Ricbardus= 
Johannis  Shel-  Jocelin. 
ton  militis  ux. 
la. 


=Anna  filia  Thom®  Johannes 
Lucas  de  Buri  Su  Jocelin 
Edmundi  co.  obiit 

Suff.  ccelebs. 


I 


Jane  ux. 

Frausc.  Jocehn. 
Reeve  de 
Harloe. 


Richardus=pJ  ocosa 
filia 
Roberti 
Atkinson. 


Johannes  Jocelin 
nuptus  ....  filiae 

Wiseman.  _ 

~r 

i 

Johannes  Jocelin. 


....  fiilia 
Ric’i  Joce¬ 
lin  ux.  ... 
Pellet. 


Winefrida 
Jocelin  ux. 
Silvestri 
Dodesworth. 


Robertus  Jocelin  a0  1627, 
Willelmi  Smith,  militis. 


duxit  in  uxorem  filiam  Suzanna. 


Robertus  Jocelin  de  Newhall  Jocelin 
in  com.  Essex. 


Willelmus  Jocelin 
fil.  et  hrnres. 


Franciscus 

Jocelin. 


4  I 

Thomas. 


230 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


_ l_\  . 

I.  .  I 

Henricus  Jocelin  nuptus  Edwardus  Jocelin  nupta  Mari®  filia  et  h®res  Johannis 
Arm®  fil.  et  h®res  Hum-  Lambe.  =p 

fridi  de  Torell. 

=r  Henricus  Jocelin. 


=j=Maria  filia  Henrici  Jocelin,  nupta  Edwardi  Winefrida  Jocelin  Elizabetha  et 
Harris  postea  renupta  Roberti  Leigh,  mil.  ux.  Ri.  Scot.  Katherina. 


Anna  Harris.  Artherus  Harris. 


, .  .  .  relicta=pThomas=.  .  .  .  filia  Cooke,  Henricus  Anna  uxor  ....  Jocelin 

Scot,  filia  Jocelin  relicta  Bere.  Franciscus  Higham.  ux . 

Franck.  miles.  Xpfor’us.  Ball. 


Torrellus= Elizabetha  filia  Roberti  Brooke  de  Norton 
Jocelin.  in  com.  Cestr.  militis. 


(The  whole  of  this  Pedigree  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


ittmpe. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  seven. — 1.  Argent,  a  chevron  engrailed  gules 
between  three  estoiles  azure.  [Kempe.]  2.  Quarterly  vert 
and  or,  a  bend  of  the  second.  [Spayne.]  3.  Sable,  a 
chevron  argent  between  three  roses  slipped  or,  on  a  chief  of  the 
second,  a  griffin  passant  of  the  first.  [Raymond.]  4. 
Sable,  tivo  arms  bending  conjoined  in  fess  argent,  between 
three  cross  crosslets  fitche  or.  [Armesbttry.]  5.  Sable,  a 
bend  argent  between  six  martlets  or.  [Inckell.]  6. 
Ermine,  a  fess  vair  gules  and  or.  [Mied  or  Miles.] 
7.  Sable,  a  cross  voided  or.  [Appulderfield.] 

2.  The  same,  impaling  Crochrode. 


.  .  .  .  Kempe  of  Finchingfild  in  com.  Essex  Gentleman. 


_ ~r 

Robart  Kempe  of  Spainshall  of  finchfild=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  and 
(Finchingfield)  in  com.  Essex  esquier,  coheire  to 
whoe  lieth  there  buryed.  Alforde  of  Kente. 


William  Kempe  of  Spains  in  Finchfild=pMary,  daugh.  to  John  Colte  of  Coltehall  in 
(Finchingfield)  in  com.  Essex  esquier,  Cavendishe  in  com.  Suffolk,  esquier  and 
sonne  and  heire.  syster  to  Sr  George  Colte,  Knight. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


231 


A| 


Robart  Kempe=Elizabetb,  dau.  to  Sr 


of  Spains  hall 
in  com.  Essex 
esqnier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Clement  Higham  of 
Barrowhall  in  com. 
Suffolke,  Barron  of 
Exchequer,  wydow 
to  Edon. 


I  I 

Raphe  2d  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 

Henry  3d  sonne 
ob.  s.p. 


I 

John 

Kempe  of 
London 
4th  sonne. 


Ann  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Wright  of 
Norwich. 


Hllia 


William  Kempe= 
of  Spains  in 
com.  Essex, 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Phillip  daugh. 
to  Frauncis 
Gunter  of 
London  and 
his  coheire 
obiit  in 
Auguste  1623. 


I 

Robard  Kempe  of  Norf- 
folke,  2d  sonne,  mar. 
Frauncis,  dau.  of  Mingey 
of  Arming  hall  in  Norf- 
folke  esq.  This  Robart 
Kempe  is  of  Hay  in 
Norffolke. 


I  I 

Brigett,  mar.  to  Cle¬ 
ment  Pamane  of 
Chevington  in  com. 
Suffolke,  Gentle. 

Dorathe,  mar.  to 
Raphe  Lee  of  Sussex 
ar. 


I  I 

Jayne,  daugh.  and  sole  heire,  mar.  to  Robart 
John  Burgoyne  of  Sutton  in  com.  sonne  and 

Bedford,  esquier.  heire. 


I  I 

Elizabeth  eldest  dau. 


Isabell  2d  daugh. 


1 

John  Kempe 

1 

George  Kempe  of= 

=Margery  daugh. 

1 

Margarett,  mar. 

Margery,  mar. 

of  London 

Cavendishe  in 

&  heire  of 

to  Thomas 

to  George 

6th  son. 

Suffolk,  Gent.  5th 
sonne,  mar.  Mar¬ 
gery,  dau.  to 
Large. 

Appulderfelde 
of  Yorkshire. 

Downs  2dly  to 
Lowthborough. 

Cavendishe  of 
Glemsforde  in 
com.  Suffolke, 
Gent. 

John  first  sonne. 

1 

Alice  mar. 

1 

Jayne,  2d 

1 

Susan,  mar. 

Christopher= 

=Agnis,  dau. 

'  — 

to  George 

dau.  mar. 

to  Robart 

Kempe  of 

to  Mathew 

Charles  2d  sonne. 

Somersett 

to  Robart 

Greene  of 

Finchfilde 

Crocherode 

— 

of  Wick- 

Reeve  of 

Norwich 

in  com. 

of  Caven¬ 

William  3d  sonne. 

hambrook, 

Thwaite 

Gentlem. 

Essex, 

dishe  in 

— 

esq. 

in  Suf¬ 

Gentle. 

Suffolke 

George  4th  sonne. 

folk,  ar. 

5th  sonne. 

esquier. 

George  sonne 
and  heire. 


Thomas  2d  Agnis  eldest 


sonne. 


daugh. 


Mary,  2d 
daugh. 


232 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Sltrfeehjn 


Arms. — Argent,  two  bars  gules,  on  a  canton  conjoined  of  the  second  a  cross  moline  or. 
[Kirkeby.] 

John  Kirkeby  Gentleman  a0  8  of  Kinge  Edw.  4th,  a0  1468, 
and  in  the  16  of  yc  sayde  Kinge  a0  1475  and  in  the  22  of 
the  sayde  Kinge  Raynge  a0  1481. 


William  Kirkeby  of  Kirkeby  Hall  in  com.  Essex=j=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  I  to  ...  . 


ohn  Kir 


John  Kirkeby  of  Kirkeby  Hall,  in  com.  Essex^.  .  .  .  daugh. 
Gentle,  sonne  and  heire.  to  . 


Thomas  Kirkeby  of  Kirkeby=j=Letties,  daugh.  to  Edmond  West  of  Cornarde 


hall  in  com.  Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


in  com.  Suffolke  esquier 
Fastolfe. 


she  after  mar.  to 


ki 


John 
of  Hevening- 
ham  Castell 
in  com.  Essex 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


irkeby=j=Elizabeth 
daugh.  to 
JohnAld- 
ham  of 
Suffolke 
Gentle. 


John  2d 
sonne 
obiit 
s.p. 


Gilbert 
Kirkeby 
of  London 
3d  sonne 
mar.  Jayne 
Daugh.  to 
Clarke  of 
the  north. 


I  III 

Mar-  Mary,  mar.  to  Addam 
garett  Cardinall  of  Barfolde 
ob.  (?  East  Bergholt)  in 
j  s.p.  Suffolke  Gentleman. 

Awdrey  mar.  to  Thomas 
Bucher  of  London  Gent. 

Ann,  mar.  to  William 
Allen  of  London, 
Gentleman. 


of  Hedingham 
Castell  in  com. 
Essex,  Gentlem. 
sonne  and 
heire. 


=Elizabeth, 

Jayne  mar.  to 

Mary 

Mathew 

Mary  mar.  to 

dau.  to 

Scotte  of 

mar.  to 

ob.  s.p. 

Thomas  Boffe 

Ketteridge 

Hedingham 

Bearde 

— 

of  London, 

of  London : 

Castell  in 

of 

Judith 

Shewmaker. 

Upholster. 

Essex. 

Sussex. 

ob.  s.p. 

William  sonne  and  heire 
mar.  Suzan  da.  &  coh. 
of  Daniel  Yere  of  London 
borne  in  Colchester. 


I 

Elizabeth 
eldest  dau. 
mar.  to 


Susan  2d  daugh. 
wife  to  Nathaniell 
Catlin  of  Ovington 
co.  Essex  gent. 


I  I 

Mary  3d  dau. 
Frances  3. 


I 

Thomas 

Boffe 

onely 

sonne. 


Daniell  s.p. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


233 


itaccm,  itakpn. 

Arms  same  as  those  in  Vis.  of  1558. 

The  pedigree  is  the  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1558,  but  gives  the  name  Lakyn  through¬ 
out,  describes  Sir  Richard  as  of  Willey  in  com.  Shropshire,  Knight,  omits  the  names 
of  his  wife  and  the  first  and  second  sons  mentioned  in  that  Vis.,  but  gives  Sir  Wil¬ 
liam  as  second  son. 


iltstcv,  Sister. 

Richard  Lyster  of  Rownton  and  of  Shrewsbury- 
in  com.  Shropshir,  Gentle. 


=Agnes,  daugh.  to 
Fitz-Harbert. 


Catherin  dau.  to=f=John  Lyster  of  Rownton  in  com.: 


Bromley  first 
wyfe. 


Shropshire  ar.  sonne  and  heire. 


:Christabel  dau.  to  Gattacar 
2a  wyfe. 


Lyonell  sonne 
&  heire. 

Thomas  2d 
sonne. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Edw.  Lyn- 
gayn  of 
Witton. 


I  I  I 

Mary  2d  dau. 
Catherin  3d  dau. 
Jayne  4th  dau. 


Richard=Jayne 


Lyster 

of 

Rown¬ 

ton. 


dau.  to 

Thomas 

Jennyns. 


William 

Lyster, 

2d 

sonne. 


Mychell  sonne 
and  heire. 


I  I 

Gaberell  2d  John  3d 


sonne. 


sonne. 


Christofill 
onely  daugh. 


William  Lyster  of 
Yarmouth  Gentle. 
2d  sonne. 


Robart  Lister  of  Fynch-=Ann  dau.  &  coh.  to 


tey  in  com.  Midelsex 
Gent.  3d  sonne. 


John  Swallow  of 
Bockinge  in  Essex, 
ar. 


Agnes  mar.  1st 
to  Harbrowne 
(?  Harborne) 

2d  to  Bromley. 


riiii 


William  Lyster  of  Bock-=Catherin  daugh.  to  George 


inge  in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman  sonne  and 
heire. 


Harysone  of  Colchester 
in  com.  Essex. 


Brigett  mar. 
to  Christo¬ 
pher  Robin¬ 
son. 


Wynifred  mar. 
to  John  Per¬ 
sons  of  Lon¬ 
don. 


Catherin,  daugh.  and  sole  heire. 


234 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


SLowjmmt* 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable,  a  chevron  or,  a  canton  ermine.  [Longmore.] 
2  and  3.  A  —  chevron  —  [  ],  impaling  Leventhorpe. 


Longmor  of  Arley  in  com.  Stafford  Gentleman. 


John  Longmer  of  Reddinge  in  com.  Barkeshir, 
Gentleman  in  the  tyme  of  Kinge  Richard  2d 
he  did  relece  to  Thomas  his  brother,  all  his  lands 
in  Arley,  called  Longmors  in  the  afore  sayde 
Kinges  tyme. 


Thomas  Longmer 
of  Arley,  in  com. 
Staff:  Gentleman 
sonne  and  heire. 


Henry  Longmor  of  Arley,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire. 


T 


John  Longmer  of  Arley  in  com.  Stafford,  Gente  sonne  and  heire. =p ....  daugh.  to 


Henry  Longmer  of  Arley  Gentle, =p.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire  to  ....  mar.  to  Mostley 
sonne  and  heire  whoe  lived  in  the  Nashe  of  Nashe  Ende  in  (?  Molesley)  of 
tyme  of  K.  H.  7.  Arley,  in  com.  Staff.  Gent.  Staffordshire. 


John  Longmer  of  Arley= 
in  com.  Stafford  Gentle¬ 
man  sonne  and  heire 
whoe  died  in  the  tyme 
of  K.  Hen.  8. 


Ann  daugh. 
to  John 
Holton  of 
Sturton 
in  com. 
Stafford 
Gent. 


Thomas  Longmer  of 
Ramesley  in  com. 
Shropshire  2d  sonne. 

Richard  Longmer 
of  Worcestershire, 

3d  sonne. 


George  Longmer  of 
Kenley  in  Shropsh. 
4th  sonne  Clarke, 
ob.  s.p. 

William  Longmer  of 
Arley,  5th  sonne. 


Henry  Longmer==Margery  dau.  Edward 
of  Arley  esquier  to  William  2d  sonne 
sonne  and  heire.  Walle  of  obiits.p. 
(?)  Cardell  in 
com.  Worster 
Gent. 


Thomas  Longmer  of 
Stourton  in  com. 
Stafford  Gentleman, 
2d  sonne  mar.  Ann 
daugh.  to  Dansley 
of  Staffordsh. 


Ann,  mar.  first 
to  Richard 
Leigh  of  Envile 
in  com.  Staf¬ 
ford,  2dIy  to 
Pratt. 


John  Longmer  of  Sir  Hughes  in 
Baddow  Magna  in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire,  obiit 
a0  1615  buryed  in  Baddow,  wfcowt 
issue,  he  mar.  Hellen,  dau.  to 
Thomas  Leventhorpe  of  Allbery 
in  com.  Hartford  ar.  sister  and 
coheire  to  her  brother,  she  mar. 
2dly  to  .  .  .  Capell. 


Henry  Longmer 
of  Arley  Gentle¬ 
man  2d  sonne, 
mar.  Joanne 
daughter  to 
Holloway  of 
Staffordshire, 
Ge. 


Margery,  daughter  and  sole  heire 
to  father  and  uncle. 


Ann  mar.  to 
Edward  Hall 
of  Compton  in 
com.  Stafford¬ 
shire,  Gentle¬ 
man. 

Joyce,  mar.  to 
John  Hol- 
borough  of 
Holborough 
in  Worstersh. 
Gentleman. 

(?  Inkbarrow.) 


Jayne  mar.  to 
NicholasBrad- 
ley  of  Words- 
ley  inWorster- 
shr. 

(co.  Stafford). 

Susan,  mar.  to 
William 
Whitehed  of 
Bridgenorth 
in  com.  Shrop. 
Gentleman. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


235 


Smcas, 

Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Argent,  a  fess  between  six  annulets  gules. 

[Lucas.]  2.  Gules,  a  bend  argent  billetee  sable.  [Morieux.] 
3.  Gules,  a  saltire  between  four  cross  crosslets  fitche  or 
[Brampton],  a  mullet  for  difference ;  impaling,  Argent,  on 
a  fess  sable  between  three  lions'  heads  erased  gules,  as  many 
anchors  or.  [Farmer.] 

2.  Quarterly,  1.  Lucas.  2.  Morieux.  3.  Brampton.  4.  Chequy 

argent  and  gules  a  cross  azure  [Roydon],  impaling  Quarterly 
of  six — 1.  Argent,  semee  of  cross  crosslets  a  lion  rampant 
gules,  ducally  crowned  or.  [Brewse.]  2.  Sable,  a  bend 
between  two  crescents  or.  [  ]  3.  Or,  semee  of 

cross  crosslets  a  chevron  gules.  [  ]  4.  Argent , 

a  chevron  gules  between  three  cross  crosslets  fitche  azure. 
[  ]  5.  Gules,  a  cross  argent.  [  ]  6. 

Azure,  semee  of  cross  crosslets,  a  chevron  argent.  [ 

3.  Quarterly  as  No.  1,  impaling — Sable,  on  a  bend  argent  three 

escallops  gules.  [Leighton.] 

Orest. — A  dragon's  head  couped  gules  out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or.  [Lucas.] 


In  the  Chancell  of  Sl  Peter’s  ye  poore  in  Bradstreete. 

Here  under  this  stone  are  buried  2  Bodeys  of  Jo.  Lucas  of  Sl  John’s 
by  Colchester,  ar.  m1'  of  ye  Requests  to  ye  vertius  and  most  worthie 
prince,  K.  Edw.  6,  whoe  departed  this  life  26th  of  October,  1556,  &  of 
his  daughter  Margarett  latte  wyfe  to  Thomas  Penny  doctor  of  Phisick. 
She  lefte  her  lyfe  ye  13  of  No  vein.  A0  dom.  1587. 


Edmond  Fitz  Lucas  Gentleman, =pElizabeth,  dau.  and  heire 


lived  34  of  K.  Edw.  3d  1359. 


to  Sr  Jo.  Morieux,  Knight. 


John  Fitz  Lucas,  Gent,  sonne  and  heire, ^Christian,  dau.  and  coheire  to  Walter 
whoe  lived  14  of  K.H.  4th  A0  1412.  Brampton  of  Brampton,  Gent. 


Edmond  Fitz  Lucas  Gent,  sonne  and  heire, =p.  .  .  .  dau.  to 
lived  6  H.  5  A0  1418.  _ 


John  Fitz  Lucas  sonne  and  heire- 
lived  ye  39  of  H.  6.  A0  1460. 


daugh.  to 


Thomas  Fitz  Lucas  of  Saxham  in  com.=j=Elizabeth,  daugh.  to  Reymes 
Suffolke,  esquier  sonne  and  heire  of  Wales,  neare  to  Ragland 

lived  5  of  H.  7.  a0  1489.  Castell. 


Jasper  Lucas  of= 
Saxham  in  com. 
Suffolk  ar. 
sonne  and  heire. 


=Margery, 
da.  and  sole 
heire  to 
Robart 
Geddinge, 
ar. 


Henry  Lucas  of 
Bury  Sl  Edm.  in 
com.  Suffolke 
Gent.  2d  sonne, 
whose  issue  re- 
mayneth  there. 


Lettyces  mar.  to  John  Green- 
feld  of  Exeter. 

Ann,  mar.  to  Sr  Thomas  Bar- 
nardeston  of  Ketton  in  com. 
Suffolke,  K*. 


236 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A  |  B 

71 

Thomas  Lucas  of  Saxham  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire 
whose  Posterytie  looke  in  the  Visitation  of  Suffolk. 


Mary,  daugh.  to=John  Lucas,  master  of  the  Requeste=Elizabeth,  dau 


Abell  of  Essex, 
esquier  first 
wyfe. 


whoe  beinge  a  gl  Gamster  wonne  of 
yc  Earle  of  Oxford  the  wardshipe  of 
Roy  don  at  dice,  wf  whome  he  matched 
his  yongest  sonne. 


to  Christmasse 
of  Colchester 
esquier,  2d  wyfe. 


Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
Ayloffe 
of  Essex 
Esquier. 


Sr  Thomas  Lucas  of  Sl  Jonneses  in=pMary  daugh.  to  Sr  John  John  3d  sonne 
Colchester  in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  Farm  or  of  Northampton-  obiit  s.p. 
sonne  and  heire.  sh.  Knight. 


Thomas  Lucas= 
of  Sl  Jonnessis 
in  Colchester, 
esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


^Elizabeth, 
dau.  to  John 
Leighton 
of  London 
Gentleman. 


John 
2d  sonne. 


1  Ann,  mar.  to 
Sr  Arthur 
Throgmorton 
of  Powles  ferres 
in  Northamp- 
tonsh.  Kl. 


Thomas,  first  John  Mary  Elizabeth  Ann 

sonne  ante  2d  sonne.  1  dau.  2  dau.  3d  dau. 

matrimonium.  — 


2  Constance  mar.  to 
Sr  Rowland  Lacye  of 
Skipton  in  com.  Ox¬ 
ford,  Kl. 

3  Mary  mar.  to  Sr 
Gwine  Harvy  of 
Marshall  in  Rumford 
in  com.  Essex,  K‘. 


Charles 
3d  sonne. 


John  Lucas  of  Ramsey=j=Mary,  daugh.  and  h.  to  Margarett,  mar.  to  Elizabeth 
in  com.  Essex,  esquier  Christopher  Roydon  of  Thomas  Penney  died 
3d  sonne.  Roydon  hall  in  Essex,  ar.  Doctor  of  Phisick.  unmaryed. 

and  after  of  Witham. 


I 

John  Lucas  of=j=Margarett 
Roydon  Hall  daugh.  to 
in  Ramsey,  in  Sr  John 
com.  Essex,  Brewse  of 

Esquier  sonne  Wenham 
and  heire.  in  Suffolke, 

Knight. 


Roydon  Edward 

2d  sonne  3d  sonne. 

slayneby  — 
Lancaster.  Edmond 

wl  owt  4  sonne. 

issue. 


Christopher 
mar.  Brigett 
dau.  to  John 
Baspoole  of 
Beeston  in 
com.  Nor- 
folke  ar. 


Alexander  Thomas  Ann.  Mary  Mary, 
sonne  and  he.  2d  sonne.  ob.  s.p. 


Mary,  mar.  to 
William  Bed- 
ingfild  of  Flem¬ 
ing  Hall. 

Elizabeth,  mar. 
to  Robarc 
Darcy  of  Typ- 
tree  in  Essex 
Esq. 

Margarett,  mar. 
to  Tillingham. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


237 


iludun. 


Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Sable,  a  fess  dancette  between  two  leopards'  heads  erased  or, 
a  crescent  for  difference  [Luckin],  impaling  bendy  of  ten 
azure  and  or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Mondeford.] 

2.  Luckin  impaling  or,  on  a  chevron  between  three  demi-lions 

gules  three  trefoils  slipped  of  the  first.  [Lyngfield.] 

3.  Luckin  without  the  difference  impaling  argent,  a  mermaid 

proper,  crined  or,  holding  a  mirror  in  her  right  hand  and  a 
comb  in  her  left  of  the  last.  [Ellis.] 

Crest. — A  demi-grijfin  or,  issuing  from  a  tower  sable.  [Luckin.]  14  June  1611 
p’  Camden. 


Richard  Luckin  of  Good  Easter  in 
com.  Essex,  Gentleman. 


John  Luckin 
of  Goodester, 
Gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 


William  Luckin1 
of  Chignall 
Trench  foyle  a’ls 
Smely  in  Essex, 
2d  sonne. 


=Elien  daugh. 
to  Goughe 
of  Orsett  in 
com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth,  mar. 
to  Porter  of 
Chignall  in 
com.  Essex. 


Mary  mar.  to 
Christopher  Glas- 
coke  of  Chignall 
in  com.  Essex 
Gentle. 


I  I 

John  Margarett  mar.  first  to 
obiit  John  Coo  of  Essex,  2dly 
s.p.  Stephen  Carye  of  Easton 
in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Luckin 
much  Waltham  in 
com.  Essex  Gentle¬ 
man  3d  sonne. 


of=j= Joanne  daugh.  to  Wil¬ 
liam  Lyngfeild  of  Ips¬ 
wich  in  com.  Suffolke, 
Gentleman. 


I  II! 

William  Thomas  2d  sonne. 

sonne  — 

and  heire.  Richard  3d  sonne. 

John  4th  sonne 


I 

Elizabeth  mar. 
to  John  Clarke 
of  Henham  in 
Essex. 


Joanne  mar.  to 
Richard  Hulke 
of  Langdon 
milles  in  com. 
Essex. 


I  I 

Mary  3d 
daugh. 

Margarett 
4th  daugh. 


Ann  5th 
daugh. 


Sara  6th 
daugh. 


Ellen  7 
daugh. 


I 

Jayne  8 
daugh. 


Susan  9 
daugh. 


I 

Debora  10  th 
daugh. 


I 

Clemence  11th 
daugh. 


Richard  Luckin  of=pFrauncis  daugh.  William  Luckin  of  Mass-=j=Margarett  daugh. 


Sandon  where  he 
lyeth  Buryed,  in 
Essex  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  John  Serle  of 
Eppinge  in  com. 
Essex  Gent. 


calls  in  much  Baddow  in 
com.  Essex,  2d  sonne 
obiit  a0  1613  buryed  at 
Baddow. 


to  Thomas  Jenney 
of  Bery  Sl  Edm. 
in  com.  Suffolke. 


William  Luckin  of  Masscalls  in  Baddow  in 
com.  Essex  Gentleman  sonne  and  heire  19 
years  of  age  when  his  father  died  a0  1619. 


238 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


I  A 


Thomas  Luckin  of=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Mon- 
Much  Waltham  in  deford  of  Hattfild 
com.  Essex,  gent.  2d  Braddocke  in  Essex, 
sonne.  Gent. 


William  Luckin  of 
Chignall  in  com. 
Essex  3d  sonne. 


I  T  . 

John  Luckin 
4th  sonne  & 
of  Sandon 
in  Essex. 


Richard  Luckin  of=j= Jayne  dau. 


Chignall  Smeley, 
al’s  Trenchfoyle  in 
com.  Essex  Gent, 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  John 
Ellis  of 
Westham- 
ingfild  in 
Essex 
Gent. 


I  I 

Mary  mar.  to 
Henry  Eng- 
goll  (?  Ingow) 
of  Essex. 

Frauncis  mar. 
to  Roger 
Bewtye. 


Joanne  mar. 
to  Sander 
Willmott  of 
Hattfild 
Braddock  in 
Essex. 


I  I  I 

Margarett  mar.  to 
Brett  of  Danbery 
in  com.  Essex. 

Ann  5th  daugh. 

Susan  6th  daugh. 


Jayne  eldest  daugh. 
and  coheire. 


Ann  2d  daugh. 
and  coheire. 


Margarett  3d  daughter 
and  coheire. 


Aufym. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  gules,  over  all  a  bend  gobony  or  and 
azure  [Lukyn],  impaling  Steward. 

2.  Lukyn. 

Jeffery  Lukyn  of  Mashbery  in  com.  Essex,  gentleman. 


to 

first  wyfe. 


daugh.=William  Lukyn  of  St.  Huse=Thomasine  dau.  and 


in  Baddow  in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


coheire  to  William 
Walter  of  Roxeswell 
in  com.  Essex  Gent. 
2d  wyfe. 


Thomas  Lukyn 
eldest  sonne 
and  heire. 


Edward  Lukyn  of  Much 
Baddow  in  com.  Essex, 
2d  sonne  mar.  Ann,  dau. 
to  George  Kinge  of 
Lawlinghall  (in  Latch- 
ingdon)  in  com.  Essex. 


I  I  I  I 

William 
obiit  s.p. 

Walter, 
Ann,  Cle- 
mence  all 
died  wWt 
issue. 


Isabell  mar.  to  Christopher  Hanworth 
of  Mawlden  (Maldon). 

Judeth,  mar.  to  Edward  Warde  of 
Haver inge  in  Essex. 

Jayne,  mar.  to  Abraham  Carrington 
of  Mawldinge  (Maldon). 


Isabell  eldest 
dau.  &  coh. 


Ann  2d  dau. 
&  coh. 


Thomasin  3d 
dau.  &  coheir 


Mary  4th  daugh. 
&  cohe. 


Margarett  5th 
daugh.  and  cohe. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


239 


I  A 


John  Lukyn  of 
Ashelden  in 
com.  Essex, 
Clarke. 


Joanne  dau.  to  Wil-=Thomas  Lukyn  of=Mary,  dau.  to  John 


liam  Norris  of  Much 
Baddow  2d  wyfe. 


Mashbery  in  com. 
Essex  Gentle, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Henry  1  sonne.  John  Lukyn=Mary  dau. 


Woode  (?  Warde)  of 
Baddow  in  com. 
Essex. 


Edward  2sonne. 
Walter  3  sonne. 


of  Plashey  in 
Essex  sonne 
and  heire. 


John*  sonne 
and  heire. 


Josephe  2d 
sonne. 


to  Rydges 
of  Butts- 
bery  in 
com. 
Essex. 


William  Lukyn’ of  Lynzell 
in  Essex  Gentle.  2d  sonne 
mar.  Mary  dau.  to  Nicho¬ 
las  Wildbore  al’s  Wilbore 
of  Brayntrye. 


Thomas 
Lukyn  of 
Good 
Ester 
3d  sonne. 


Mary*  only 
daugh. 


I 

William  sonne 
&  heire. 


Ann  eldest 
daugh. 


Elizabeth 
2d  daugh. 


Henry  Lukyn  of  Roxwell  in=j=Alice  daugh.  to  Richard 


com.  Essex  Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Pullestone  of  Bardfielde 
Hall  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  2d  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


Samuell  Lukyn= 
of  Roxwell  in 
com.  Essex 
Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire. 


=Ann,  daug.  to 
John  Steward  of 
Marthamincom. 
Norffolk  esquier. 


Ann  mar.  to 
Christopher 
(?)  Purple  of 
Sandon  in 
Essex. 


I  I 

Winyfred  mar.  to  John  Martha 
Gooddaye  of  Cox  wall  obiit 

(Coggeshall)  in  com.  s.p. 

Essex,  Gentleman. 


I 

John  sonne 
and  heire. 


James 
obiit  s.p. 


Ann  eldest 
daugh. 


I 

Mary  2d 
daugh. 


I 

Alice  3d 
daugh. 


T 

Brigett  4th 
daugh. 


I 

Elizabeth 
5th  daugh. 


Cljt  Coton  of  JHalOon. 

Arms. — Gules,  three  lions  rampant  or,  impaling  argent  a  ship  sable  with  a  square 
banner  in  the  end  of  the  ship  with  the  arms  of  England,  with  a  flag  on  the 
top  gules,  the  sails  lied  up,  on  the  top  of  all  a  fleur  de  lis  or. 

These  Armes  was  allowed  in  the  Visitatione  of  Essex  tayken  in  a0  dom.  1569  by 
Robart  Cooke  al’s  Claren.  Kinge  of  Armes.  In  witness  where  of  he  hathe  sett  too 
his  hande  and  seale  the  9th  of  Marche  1569.  Viewed  and  seenne  by  John  Raven 
esquier  al’s  Richmonde  Martiall  to  William  Camden  Clarencieux  Kinge  of  Armes 
the  9  of  Aprell  a0  1614  Edward  Hastier  and  Christopher  Lyvinge  beinge  Baylilfes 
of  the  towne  of  Mawlden. 


*  Sic  in  Harl.  MS.  6005. 


240 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1G12. 


jfilam 


Arms. — Or,  a  chevron  engrailed  ermines  between  three  lions  rampant  sable,  a  crescent 
for  difference.  [Man.] 

Crest. — A  goale  of  ye  Indyes  gules,  attired  or.  [  ] 


John  Man  of  London=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Michell 
Gentleman.  I  of  Dorsetshire. 


John  Man  of  Lyncolne 
in  com.  Lyncolne 
Clarke,  his  name  was 
William. 


John  Man  warden  of  Merton  Colledge=Francis,  daugh.  to 
in  Oxford  and  deane  of  Gloster,  buryed  Edmond  Herenden 
in  ye  Chauncell  of  Sl  Ann  Church  of  London  Mer- 
Aldersgatt  wl  a  grave  stone  &  Armes.  cer. 


Abraham  Man 
parson  of  Hen¬ 
ley  upon 
Thames. 


William  Man  of  Lynd-= 
sell  in  Essex  sonne  and 
heire  mar.  2dl>'  to  Mar¬ 
garet  dau.  to  Stephen 
Sandford  of  Shelow 
Bowell  in  Essex. 


=Edeth  daugh.  to  James 
Fitz  Hughe  of  litell 
Alston  (?  Easton)  in 
Essex  first  wyfe. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  William 
Hawtrey  of 
Cople  in 
Bedfordshyr. 


T 


1  1  1 

Thomas  4th  sonne. 

1 

Jayne  mar. 

1 

Mary  mar.  to 

Frann. 

1  1  1 
Ann. 

— 

to  John  (?) 

Thomas  Cocke 

2d  dau. 

— 

Symond  5th  sonne. 

Sullman  of 

of  Cavendishe 

— 

Judeth. 

Isarell  6th  sonne. 

Lyndsell. 

in  Suftolke. 

Marga¬ 

ret. 

Martha. 

I 

John  Man  of  Hattfild=Margarett  daugh.  to 


Broddocke  in  com. 
Essex,  gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Dowsett  of  Hattfild 
Broddock  in  Essex. 


Edmond  Man  2d  sonne  Henry 
mar.  daugh.  to  Skinner  Man  3d 
of  Brayntrey  in  Essex.  sonne. 


William  sonne  and  heire  apparante. 
John  2d  sonne. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


241 


JHannpnfle. 

Hughe  Mannynge  of  Kente  Gentleman,  mar.  and  had  Issue. 


John  Mannynge  of  Kente  Gen tleman,=p Joanne  daugh.  to  Richard  Manynge  2a 


sonne  and  heire. 


(?)  Casinghurst.  sonne. 


Richard  Edward  Mannynge=j=Ann 


obiit  of  Kente,  Gentle- 

s.p.  man,  sonne  and 

heire. 


I  I 

Joanne  mar.  to 


I  I  I 

John  first  sonne. 
Thomas  2d  sonne. 


daugh.  to  Goodwine  of  Kente. 

Willowby 

of  Kente.  Jayne,  mar.  to 

Hardinge  of  Kente.  William  3d  sonne. 


Edward  Mannynge  of  Sfc  Mary  Cray  in  com.=j=Ann,  dau.  to  Jefforey  Nyghtingall 


Essex  (Kent)  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire. 


of  Newport  ponde,  in  com.  Essex. 


I  I 

Richard  sonne  and  heire.  Thomas  2d  sonne.  Ann,  onely  daugh. 


JHarkaunt. 

Arms. — Argent,  a  fret  sable  on  a  canton  or,  a  dexter  hand  appaumee  sable  [  ], 

impaling  Drury. 

Crest. —  Two  lions'  gambs  erased  or  saltirewise,  each  holding  a  battle-axe  gules  bladed 
of  the  second  or.  [  ] 


John  Markaunt  of  Dun-=pElizabeth,  daugh.  to 
ham  hall  juxta  Bery  S‘  '  Colte  of  Colts  hall  in 
Edmonde  in  com.  Suflolke,  Cavendishe  in  com. 
gentleman.  j  Suffolke,  esquier. 


Edward  3d  sonne  obiit  William.  Elizabeth  mar.  Mary,  mar. 

at  London  s.p.  —  to  Cremer  of  to  Colte  of 

—  Roger.  Norffolke.  Cavendish 

John  a  Captayne  ob.  s.p.  —  in  Suffolke. 

—  Thomas. 

Charles  obiit  s.p. 


Edmond  Markaunt  of  Dunham 
Hall  in  Suffolke  Gentle,  sonne 
and  heire  mar.  the  daugh.  to 
Crane  of  Chilton  in  com.  Suf¬ 
folke  ar.  =p 


A  I 


John  Markaunt  of  Stoke- 
juxta  Nayland  in  com. 
Suffolk  Gentleman  2nd 
sonne  but  died  at 
Colchr. 


:Margarett  dau.  to 
Griffine  Tedder 
(Tather)  of  Melverley 
com.  Shrop. 


242 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


A! 


Mary,  mar.  to  Edward  Elizabeth, 
Jobson  of  Mountwicke  obiit  sine 
(Monkwich)  in  com.  prole. 
Essex  Esquier. 


Edmond  Markaunt- 
of  Colchester  in  com. 
Essex,  Gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 


^Winifred  dau.  to 
Robert  Drury  of 
Hawsted  in  com. 
Suffolke,  Esquier. 


Edmond  and  John  Frauncis.  Elizabeth  mar.  to  John  Frauncis  Judeth. 
obierunt  sine  prole.  of  Somister  (Southminster) 

in  com.  Essex  Gentleman. 


John  Markaunt  of  Colchr.  in 
com.  Essex,  Gentle.  2d  sonne 
mar.  Ellen  daugh.  to  John 
Sallowes  of  Brickellsey 
(Brightlingsea)  in  Essex, 
wydow  to  Richard  Sayre  of 
Colchester,  Gentle. 


.  I 

William  Markaunt=pMargarett,  dau.  to 


of  Thorington  hall 
in  com.  Essex, 
Gentleman,  3d 
sonne. 


Thomas  Hore  of 
Forneham  juxta 
Bury  Sl  Edmond. 


Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
John 
Gage  of 
London. 


Edward  sonne  and  heire.  Martyne  2d  sonne.  Mary.  Elizabeth  2d  daugh. 


JSlarlar. 

Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Argent,  a  chevron  purpure,  in  dexter  chief  an  escallop  sable 
[Marlar],  impaling  How  as  in  Vis.  of  1634. 

2.  Marlar,  impaling  or  a  bend  engrailed  azure,  in  dexter  chief 

a  plate,  a  mullet  for  difference.  [Clarke.] 

3.  Marlar,  impaling  gules  a  saltire  ermine,  a  crescent  for 

difference.  [Nevell.] 

John  Marlar  of  Kelvedon  in  com.  Essex,  Gentle.,  13  of  K.  Richard,  2d  1389. 


~r 


John  Marlar  of  Kelvedon  in  com.  Essex,  sonne  and 
heire,  made  his  wille  7  of  H.  5  a0  1419. 


*Thomas  Mar¬ 
lar  made  his 
will  the  10th 
of  Henry  7  a° 
1494. 


~r 


John  Marlar=p. . . .  daugh. 

of  Kelveden  to  Fastolfe 

in  com.  of  Suffolke. 

Essex  Gent. 

sonne  and 

heire  made 

his  will  a° 

1450. 

A 


John  2d  sonne. 
William. 
John. 
George. 

All  obierunt  s.p. 


Edward  William 
obiit  4th 

s.p.  sonne. 


*  Mr.  H.  W.  King  (‘  Essex  Archaeological  Transactions,’  vol.  i.,  151)  gives  the  will  of  Thomas 
Marler  of  Kelvedon,  dated  6  April,  1474,  proved  before  the  official  of  the  Archdeacon  of  Colchester 
at  Coggeshall  11  July,  1494,  and  containing  several  charitable  bequests,  and  referring  to  his  wife 
Elizabeth,  John  Marler  the  second  and  Alice  his  wife,  and  John  Marler  the  third  and  Elizabeth 
his  wife,  and  his  (the  testator’s)  son  Stephen,  then  an  infant. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612 


243 


A| 


Stephen  Marlar 
2a  sonne. 


I 


William  Marlar  of  Kel-=p .  John  2d  sonne 


veden  in  com.  Suffolke 
Gent.,  sonne  and  heire. 


hn : 


dangh. 
to ... . 


died  wlowt 
issue. 


I 

Robart  Marlar 
made  his  will 
16th  ofH.  7, 1500. 


Thomas  Marlar  of  Kelvedon  in  com.  Essex, =pMargarett 


Gentleman  sonne  and  heire  made  his  will 
32  of  H.  8,  1540. 


daugh. to 
White. 


William  Marlar  2a  sonne 
whose  Issue  remayneth 
in  Norffolke. 


Jayne  dau.= 
to  Saperton 
of  Salinge 
in  Essex, 

2a  wyfe. 


=William  Marlar  of=j=Margarett  dau. 


Kelveden  in  com. 
Essex  Gent,  sonne 
and  heire  made  his 
will  37  of  Q.  Eliz. 
1595. 


to  Thom. 
Perye  of 
Bardefeild  in 
com.  Essex. 


George  obi  it 
s.p. 

Catherin 
mar.  to  John 
Lovedaye. 


Ann,  mar. 
to  John 
Nuptiar. 


I 

Agnes 
mar.  to 
Hunte. 


George  Marlar  of  Esterford  Kelveden  in=j=Judeth,  dau.  to  Edward  Clarke 
com.  Essex  sonne  and  heire.  of  Feeringe  in  Essex. 


George  sonne  and  heire.  Stephen  2a  sonne. 


William  Marlar  of=pAnn,  daugh.  to  Wil-  Ann,  mar.  to 
Esterford  Kelve-  liam  Nevell  of  Ray-  Thomas  Dick- 
den  in  Essex,  2a  lye  in  com  Essex.  inson  of  Horn- 
sonne.  don  in  Essex. 


Jayne,  mar.  to  John 
Lingwood  of  Ester¬ 
ford  Kelvedon. 


William  obiit 
sine  prole. 


Ann  mar.  to  Edward  Til- 
lingham  of  Dunmowe. 


I  I  I 

Grace.  Sara.  Susan. 


Arthur  Marlar  of  Nave-=pJoanne,  dau.  to  Howe  of 


stocke  in  com.  Essex 
Gent,  sonne  and  heire. 


Nave  stock  wydow  to 
Hawkes. 


Alice,  mar.  to  William  Hudson 
of  Bradgatt  in  Kente  esquier. 


I 

Arthur,  sonne  and  heire. 


244 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


JHarsfjain.  iHasfjam. 

Arms. — Or,  a  fess  couped  gules  between  two  lions  passant  sable,  on  a  canton  the  badge 
of  Ulster  [Marsham  or  Masham],  impaling  Barrington. 

Crest. — A  griffin's  head  couped  or  between  two  wings  expanded  gules.  [Marsham  or 
Masham.] 


Thomas  Marsham  descended  of  the  Marshams  of  the 
North  and  soe  came  to  Norwich  and  frome  thence  to 
Badwell  Ashe  in  com.  Suffolke. 


~r 


John  Marsham  of  Badwell  Ashe,  in  com.=pCatherin,  daugh.  to 
Suffolke,  Gentle,  sonne  and  heire.  Cage  of  Suffolke. 


John  Marsham  of  Bad- 
well  Ashe  in  com. 
Suffolke  Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire. 


•=Margarett  dau. 
to  John  Walter 
of  Badwell  Ashe 
in  com.  Suf¬ 
folke,  Gent. 


William  Marsham  of=. 
London  Alderman 
and  Shrive  of  the 
same,  a0  dom.  1583, 

2a  sonne. 


daught.  to 
a  Ducheman  of 
the  Low  Cun- 
treys. 


John  Marsham  whoe 
remayneth  at  Bad- 
well  Ashe  in  com. 
Suffolke. 


William  Marsham  of=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to 


in  com.  Essex, 
esquier  sonne  and 
hr. 


Calton  she  was 
afterwarde  the 
Lady  Castylione. 


Catherine,  mar.  to 
Rayffe  Warcope  of 
Oxfordshir, 
esquier. 


Sr  William  Marsham  of _ in  com.  Essex =.Toane,  daugh.  to  Sr  Frauncis  Barrington 

Knight  and  Barronett  sonne  and  heire.  of  Barrington  hall  Knight  Barronett. 


JHarston. 


John  de  Mars  ton,  sonne  and  heire  to 
John  de  Marston,  sonne  to  Robart. 


S1'  John  Marston=j=Rosse,  dau.  and  Richard 
Knight,  sonne  heire  to  Roger  2d  sonne. 

and  heire.  De  Wastnes. 


Thomas  Marston  of 
Ascott,  in  com. 
Shropshire  Gentle., 
3d  sonne. 


John  Marston 
a  Cannon  in 
Powles  in 
London. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  16J2. 


245 


A| 


William  Marston 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


John  Marston  of  Ascott  in  com.  Shropshire 
but  lyeth  buryed  at  Wistanstowe  sonne  and 
heire.  =p 


Eauffe  Marston  of  Ascott,  in  com.: 
Shropsh.  sonne  and  heire  lyeth 
buried  w*  his  father. 


:Cesylie,  dau.  to 
Thomas  Adys, 
Gentle. 


Eichard 
2d  sonne. 


William 
3d  sonne. 


I  I 


I  I  I 


Edward  Mar-= 

=Elizabeth, 

John  2d 

Eichard  3d 

Thomas  5th 

....  mar.  to 

ston  of  Ascott 

dau.  to 

sonne  mar. 

sonne  mar. 

sonne  mar. 

Davis  of  Kente. 

in  Shropshir 

John 

Mary  dau. 

first  Mary 

the  dau.  to 

— 

esquier  sonne 

Jenkes  of 

to  Baughe 

dau.  to 

Gwilliams. 

Alice  mar.  1st  to 

and  heire 

Wolver- 

of  the 

Eoger 

— 

....  Lewis. 

obiit  6th  of 

ton  in 

Court  of 

Vaughan 

Eauffe,  4th 

2dly  to  ...  . 

Ap.  a°  1597 
wher  he  lyeth 
buryed  wfc  his 
father. 

com. 

Shrop. 

Aldermen. 

ofEadnersh. 
2dly  the  dau. 
to  Mason 
&  wydow 
to  Ball. 

sonne  mar. 
the  daugh. 
to  Lewis. 

Nesse. 

Margarett,  mar. 
to  Hughe  Perse. 

I  I 


I  I 


John, sonne 

Eichard  2d 

RaufFe  Mar-= 

=Joane  dau. 

Averell  mar. 

Sybell,  mar. 

&  heire, 

sonne  mar. 

ston  of 

and  sole 

to  John  Bald- 

to  Balle. 

obiit  ye  9th 

Elizabeth, 

Writtell  in 

heire  to 

wine. 

— 

of  Aprell 

dau.  &  co- 

com.  Essex, 

Owen  Cad- 

— 

Ann,  mar.  to 

a°  1597 

heire  to 

Gentleman, 

walader  of 

Mary,  mar.  to 

Lawe,  obiit 

mar.  w* 

Mason 

3rd  sonne, 

Brampton 

John  Wricke. 

s.p. 

Margarett 
dau.  to 
Bowdler, 
obiit  1610. 

his  name 
was  Wil¬ 
liam. 

obiit  20th  of 
Septem. 
a°  1612. 

Shropsh. 

Margerymar. 
to  Stocken. 

Jayne,  obiit 
yonge. 

Mathew  Marston  of=Mary,  dau.  to  John 


Writtell  in  com. 
Essex  Gentleman, 
sonne  and  he. 


Brooke  of  Weston 
Turvill  in  com. 
Buckingh.  Gent. 


Eichard 

2d 

sonne. 


Jayne. 

Margarett. 
Elizabeth  ob.  s.p. 


Mary  borne  the  19th 
Septem.  a0  1612. 


246 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


JHassep* 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  gules  and  oi',  in  the  first  quarter  three  fleurs  de  Its 
argent  [Massey],  impaling  quarterly  as  under  Barker. 

2.  Quarterly  as  above  [Massey],  impaling  Knighton. 


Thomas  Massey  of  Epiall  in  com.  Warwick=pLuce,  daugh.  to  Valentyne  of 
(?  Epwell  in  Oxfordshire)  Gentleman.  Flixton  in  com.  Lancast. 


Thomas  Massey  of  West-=pElizabeth,  dau.  to  William  Joanne,  mar.  to  Henry 

minster  in  com.  Midelsex  Lentall  of  the  countye  of  Over  of  Coventry  in  com. 

Gentle,  sonne  and  heire.  Midlesex,  Gentle.  Warwicke,  Gentleman. 


Cecysley  dau.  to  Ambrose=William  Massey  of=Dorathe,  daugh.  to 


Barker  of  Chignall, 
in  com.  Essex,  first  wyfe. 


Springfilde  in  com. 
Essex,  Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire. 


John  Knighton  of 
Bayford  in  com. 
Hartfordshire  ar. 


Thomas  Massey 
2d  6onne  obiit 
s.p. 


Margarett,  mar.  to  Humfrey  Elizabeth,  mar.  to  Henry 
Haughton  of  Essex.  Robson  of  Essex. 


JHafep. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  a  fess  between  three  talbots’  heads 
erased  argent.  [Maxey.]  2  and  3.  Ermine,  a  griffin 
segreant  per  fess  or  and  azure.  [Aunger.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Maxey.  2.  Barry  of  ten  argent  and 
azure,  on  a  canton  sable  a  wolfs  head  erased.  [Wirber- 
ham.]  3.  Aunger.  4.  Or,  three  piles  gules,  on  a  canton 
of  the  second  two  bars  wavy  argent.  [Bassett.]  5.  Vert, 
a  fess  dancette  ermine  betiveen  three  thistles  slipped  or. 

]  6.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  azure  three 

escallops  or,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a  lion  passant  of  the 
third.  [  i 

Crest. — A  talbot's  head  erased  argent,  collared  and  ringed  gules.  [Maxey.] 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1558,  but  omitting  Jo.  Maxe=d.  &  h.  to  Wilbraham,  the 
marriage  of  William,  second  son  of  Anthony,  and  the  age  of  Charles  Bonham ;  but 
calls  his  wife’s  father  Gilbert  instead  of  George  Songer,  and  makes  his  daughter’s 
husband  son  and  heir  of  Sir  William  instead  of  Sir  John  Selby,  and  gives  Anthony 
two  daughters — Dorathe,  m.  to  .  .  .  .  Heron,  and  Bridgett,  m.  to  Edward  Wentworth 
of  Booking,  esq. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


247 


JSUautfau 


Arms. — Azure,  a  unicorn  salient  erminois  [Meautis],  impaling  sable  a  chevron 
ermine  between  three  crescents  argent,  a  bordure  or.  [Glover.] 

Crest. — A  unicorn  sejant  erminois,  attired  or.  [Meautis.] 


John  Meautis  borne  in  the  Duchey  of  Normandy  in  Fraunce,  Came  into 
England  w4  K.  Hen.  the  7th  and  was  his  Secretary  for  the  French  tonge. 


Thomas  Meutis  of  Westham  in  com. 
Essex,  Gent,  sonne  and  heire. 


:.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Foxley 
of  Northamptonshyr. 


Sr  Peter  Meautis  of  Westhame  in  com.  Essex  Knight  sonne=j= Joanne  dau.  to 


&  he.  he  was  sente  Imbassador  into  Fraunce  by  K.  H.  ye  8 
obiit  at  Diepe  where  he  lyeth  buryed. 


Asheley 
(?  Asteley). 


Henry  Meautis  of=Ann  dau.  to  Sr  Hercules=Phillip  dau.  to 


Westham  in  com. 
Essex  esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


John  Jermy  of 
Brightwell  in 
com.  Suff. 
Knight. 


Mautis 
ar.  2d 
sonne. 


to  Sr  Rich.  Cooke 
of  Gyddey  hall 
in  Essex  Knight. 


Frauncis  mar. 
to  Henry 
Howard 
Lord  Viscount 
Bindon. 


S1' Thomas  Meaw-  Frauncis,  mar.  first  to  Jayne,  mar.  to  Sr  William  Cornwallis 
tis  Knight  Sewte  2dly  to  Robert  2dly  to  Sr  Nicholas  Bacon,  K  of  ye 

livinge  1614.  Erie  of  Sussex.  Bathe  to  K.  Charles. 


T Margaret  ux. 

Thomas  Meautis= 

=Elizabeth 

1 

Henry  2d  sonne 

1 

Peter  3d  sonne 

Thomas 

of  Westham  in 

daugh.  to 

mar.  Mary  dau. 

mar.  Jayne 

Wilson. 

Essex,  esquier. 

Sr  Henry 

to  Edw.  Eyre  of 

dau.  to  John 

Harl.  MS. 

sonne  &  heire 

Conisbye  of 

Farley  in  Surrey. 

Colte  of 

1541.] 

livinge  a0  1614. 

Northmimes 

Kb 

Suffolke. 

Henry= 

=Elizabeth 

Edmond  2d 

Thomas 

Elizabeth 

Ann,  mar.  to  William  Glover 

Meau- 

daugh.  to 

sonne  mar. 

3d  sonne. 

mar.  to 

2d  sonne  to  Sr  Will.  Glover, 

tis  of 

Sr  Will’m 

Mary  dau. 

— 

John 

Kb 

West- 

Glover 

&  coh.  to 

Phillip 

Claxton 

— 

ham 

Knight. 

John 

4th  sonne 

of  Liver- 

Frances,  3d  d.  mar.  to  John 

in 

Farmor 

— 

more 

Thorowgood  2  son  of  Wil- 

Essex, 

doctor  of 

John  5th 

co.  Suff. 

liam  Thorowgood  Officiall  of 

sonne 
&  he. 

Phisick. 

sonne. 

esq. 

the  Diocesse  of  Norwich. 

Henry  sonne  &  heire. 

i 

Anne  onely  daugh. 

248 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


William  Medhopeof  Newarke  upon  Trente=pElizabeth  daugh.  to  Thomas  Scrimshall 


in  com.  Nottinghamshire  gent. 


of  Cotham  in  com.  Nottingham. 


II  1  1  1 

John  & 

John  Medhope 

Laurence  Med-= 

= Alice  dau. 

1  1 

Margaret  mar.  to  Jo. 

William 

of  Newarke 

hope  of  Sapland 

to  Henry 

Palmer  of  Bevercastell 

Thomas 

aforesayde 

(?  Shopland)  in 

Barnard  of 

in  Nottingham. 

Elizabeth  & 

sonne  and 

com.  Essex 

Roxwell  in 

— 

Ellen 
ob.  s.p. 

heire. 

2d  sonne. 

Essex. 

Lettice  mar.  to  Rich¬ 
ard  Wydowsonne  of 
Newarke  upon  Trente. 

Henry  sonne 
and  heire 
apparent. 


Will’m 

2d 

sonne. 


John  and 
Thomas 
Twyns 
ob.  s.p. 


John  3d 
sonne. 


I 

Edmund 

4th 

sonne 
ob.  s.p. 


Thomas 

401 

sonne. 


Ann 

ob. 


I  I 

Mary. 

Alice. 


jHtlbome,  jHjdbontt. 


Arms. — Gules,  a  chevron  between  three  escallops  argent.  [Milborne.] 
Eayfe  Mylborne  of  the  countye  of  Darby,  Gentleman. 


John  Mylborne  of  Markes=j=Ellenor  daugh.  to  Meade  This  John  purchased  of  John 
in  Dunmowe,  in  com. 

Essex,  Gentle,  sonne  &  he. 


of  Much  Easton  in 
Essex,  Gent. 


Ferrers  of  Tan  worth  the  lord- 
ship  of  Markes  in  Dunmowe. 


I 


John  Mylborne  of  Markes  in  Dunmowe  in=pJoanne,  dau.  to  Slade  of  Staffordshir 
com.  Essex,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  by  the  syster  to  Judge  Weston. 


Robart  Mylborn  lord=Alice,  dau. 
of  ye  manner  of  to  Brage 

Markes  in  Dunmow,  of  Bulmer 
in  Essex  esquier.  in  Essex. 


James  2d 
sonne. 

Phillip  3d 
sonne. 


Elizabeth 
eldest  da. 

Ann  2d 
dau. 


I  I  I 

Mary  Judeth. 
3d  dau.  — 

Ellenor. 


Dyvers  children. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612, 


249 


jHtltmtap* 


Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  three  lions  rampant  azure. 

[MildmAy.]  2.  Azure,  on  a  canton  or  a  mullet  sails. 
[Le  Rowse.]  3.  Sable,  a  chevron  imbattled  or  between 
three  roses  argent  [Cornish],  a  crescent  on  a  crescent  for 
difference,  impaling  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1  and  12.  Har¬ 
vey.  2.  Heir  went  ( properly  Neirnuyt).  3.  Buck- 
HORNE.  4.  BeORCHE.  5.  DRURY.  6.  FRESELL. 
7.  Saxham.  8.  Per  chevron  azure  and  argent,  in  chief 
six  cross  crosslets  of  the  second.  [Wiltshire.]  9.  Argent, 
between  three  mullets  gules  a  bordure  counter  comp  ony  or 
and  azure.  [Le  Grande.]  10.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  gules 
two  chevronels  addorsed  or.  [Chenowe.]  11.  Per  chevron 
azure  and  argent,  in  chief  three  lions'  faces  or.  [Artevill.] 

2.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Mildmay.  2.  Le  Rowse.  3.  Corn¬ 

ish,  with  an  inescutcheon  bearing  the  badge  of  Ulster, 
impaling  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Sable,  a  bend  fusily, 
cotised  argent.  [Pickering.]  2.  Argent,  a  mullet  sable 
charged  with  an  annulet  of  the  field.  [Ashton.]  3.  Ermine, 
on  a  fess  gules  three  annulets  or.  [Barton.]  4.  Argent, 
three  pales  azure.  [Strelley.]  5.  Argent,  two  bends 
sable,  the  upper  engrailed  [Lever],  a  crescent  for  difference. 

3.  Quarterly  as  in  No.  1,  impaling  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6. 

Darcy.  2.  Harleston.  3.  Bardwell.  4.  Wauton. 
5.  Fite- Langley. 

4.  Quarterly  as  before,  a  crescent  on  a  crescent  for  difference, 

impaling  sable,  three  helmets  argent,  garnished  or,  a  bordure 
of  the  second.  [Halydaye.] 

Crest. — A  lion  rampant  gardant  azure,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Mildmay.] 

Hughe  Mildmay  whoe  lived  in  13  of  Kinge  Stephen,  a0  d’ni  1147. 


Sr  Robart  Mildmay,  Knight  sonne  and- 
heire  whoe  lived  in  ye  19  of  H.  3d  1235. 


Afawde,  dau.  and 
heire  to  Le  Rowse. 


Roger  Mildmay  of  Hambledon- 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire  whoe 
lived  ye  12  of  K.Edw.  first,  1284. 


-.  .  .  .  daugh.  Herbert  Mild- 
to  .  .  .  .  may,  2d  sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


Sr  Roger  Mildmay  of  the  same  place,  Knight, =p.  .  .  .  daugh. 
sonne  and  heire,  lived  a0  15  of  Edw.  2d  a0  1321.  to  Elton. 


Henry  Mildmay  of  Hartfordsh.  Esquier,  sonne-p.  .  .  .  daugh. 


and  heire,  13th  of  K.  Edw.  3d  a0  1349. 


to  .  .  . 


r 


Raylfe  Mildmay,  Esquier  sonne  and  heire  whoe=p.  .  .  .  daugh. 
lived  45  of  K.  Edw.  3d  a°  1371.  to  • 


250 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Henry  Mildmay,  of  Stonehowse,  in  com.  Gloster,: 
vixit  14  of  Rich.  2  a0  1390. 


to 


.  .  daugh. 


Robart  Mildmay  of  Stonehowse,  in  com.  Gloster,=f=.  .  .  .  daugh. 


carta  da.  17  of  Rich.  2d  a0  1393,  sonne  and  heire. 


to 


I 


Robart  Mildmay,  Esquier  sonne  and  heire,  lived=p.  .  .  .  daugh. 
3d  of  K.  Henry  4th  1402.  to  ...  . 


Thomas  Mildmay  carta  data  17  of=pAnn,  daugh.  to  Kingscott. 


K.  H.  6  1439  sonne  and  heire. 


Arms. — Arg‘  9  escallops  3,  3,  2,  l, gules,  one 
a  canton  gu.  a  mullet  or. 


Thomas  Mildmay  sonne  &  heire,  whoe=pMargery,  daugh.  &  coheire  to  Cornish  of 


lived  tempor.  Edw.  4th  1465. 


Much  Waltham  in  Essex,  Gent. 


John  Mildmay  Walter  Mildmay  of  Writtell  in  com.=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Everard  of 
obiit  s.p.  Essex,  Gent.,  sonne  and  heire,  liv-  Much  Waltham  in  com. 

ing,  a0  1483.  Essex. 


John  obiit  Thomas  Mildmay  of  Chelmsford  in  com.=pAgnis,  daugh.  to  Reade. 


s.p. 


Essex  Esquier  sonne  and  heire,  lived  in  a0 
1521. 


Arms. —  Vert  a  griffon 
sergerante  err. 


William  Mild- 
may  of  Barnes 
in  Springfilde 
in  com.  Essex, 
ar.  2d  sonne. 


-Elizabeth,  dau. 
to  John  Pas- 
call  of  Essex, 
Gent. 


ohn 


John  Mildmay  of  Creting- 
ham,  in  com.  SufFolke,  3d 
sonne  mar.  Jane  ye  daugh. 
to  Allington,  wydow  to  Tho¬ 
mas  Browne. 


Joanne  mar.  to 
Christofer  Pay- 
ton  of  Bery  Sl 
Edmond  in  com. 
Buff. 


Sr  Thomas=p Agnes,  dau. 
Mildmay  of  to  Adam 
Barnies  in  Winthrope 
Essex  of  Grotton 

Knight,  in  com. 

sonne  and  Suff.  ar. 
he. 


Thomas  ....  dau.=Robart=.  .  .  .  dau.  Thomasin 
2d  sonne  to  Cran-  Mild-  to  Alder-  mar.  to 

ob.  s.p.  field  first  may  of  man  Lyttell- 

wife.  Lomber  Deane  of  bodye. 

Streete.  London. 


William  Mild¬ 
may  of 
Barnies  in  Es¬ 
sex,  Esquier 
sonne  & 
heire. 


=.  .  .  .  dau. 
to  Sr 
George 
Harvy  of 
Markes  by 
Rumford 
Knight. 


Thomas  2d 
sonne,  mar. 
a  chamber 
maid  from 
ye  Lord  of 
Sussex. 


Sr  Henry  Mildmay 
of  Grayes  in  Bad- 
do  we  in  Essex,  3d 
sonne  mar.  Alice, 
dau.  to  Sr  Wil¬ 
liam  Harris  of 
Crixse  Kt. 


Walter  Mildmay  of 
Chelmesford  in  Es¬ 
sex,  Esq.  4th  sonne 
mar.  ye  daugh.  to 
Ambrose  Jermine 
of  Suffolke  ar. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


251 


B  | _  C 

Thomas  Mildmay  Esqu.  sonne  and  heire,  mar. 
daugh.  to  Erneley  of  Hampshire. 


Margery 
mar.  to 
Barnard. 


Thomas  Mildmay  of  Moulsham=pAvis,  dau.  to  William  Gonlston  or 


in  Chelmesford  in  com.  Essex, 
Esquier,  sonn  and  he.  buryed  in 
Chelmesford  Church.  (Died 
1529,  see  monument  there.) 


Gonston  (Gunson  or  Gonson)  of 
London,  buryed  wl  her  husband. 


I  III 

Sr  Walter  Mildmay  of=  Jullian,  dau.  to  Sr  Elizabeth,  mar.  to  Henry 
Sabridgworth  in  com.  WilliamWaldegrave  Sr  William  Wal-  3d  sonne. 
Hartford,  K>  2d  sonne  of  Bures  in  com.  degrave  of  Bures  — 
buried  at  Sabridgworth  Suffolke  Knight.  in  com.  Suffolke  Edward 
thel2thofMarcha°1606.  Knight.  4th  sonne. 


Sr  Thomas  Mildmay  of  Mowlsham  in  com.  Essex,  Knight, =j=Mawde,  dau.  to  Henry 


sonne  and  heire,  buryed  the  8th  of  August,  a0  1608  in 
Chelmsford  Church,  his  2d  wife  was  ye  dau.  of  Whitwell. 


Ratcliffe  Erie  of  Sus¬ 
sex,  first  wyfe  ob.  1662. 


e  1 

Sr  Thomas= 

Elizabeth  dau. 

Sr  Henry=pElizabeth 

1 

Walter  mar. 

1 

Ann,  mar. 

Mildmay  of 

to  Sr  John 

Mildmay 

dau.  & 

ye  daugh.  to 

first  Sr  Roger 

Moulsham 

Puckringe 

of  Wal- 

coh.  to 

Jermyn  of 

Appulton, 

in  com.  Es- 

Knight  Lo. 

tham  in 

Thomas 

Suffolk. 

Kl  and 

sex,  Knight 

Kepper  so 

com. 

Darcy  of 

Baronett 

Barronett, 

created  4  of 

Essex,  Kl 

Tolshunt 

2d'y  to  Pas- 

sonne  and 

June  1592. 

2d  sonne. 

Darcy, 

call  of 

he. 

ar. 

Baddow  ar. 

Brigett  eldest  dau. 
and  coheire. 


Fraun.  2d  dau. 
&  cohe. 


Elizabeth  3d  daugh. 
and  coheire. 


Sr  Walter  Mildmay  of  Apthorpe  in  com.=f=Mary  syster  to  Sr  Frauncis  Thomasine 
Northampton  Chauncelor  of  Exchequer,  I  Walsingham  Knight  Privie  mar. 
buryed  in  Gl  Sl  Bartholme,  obiit  26  of  Cownselor  to  Q.  Eliz.  Bourcher. 
March,  1576,  and  Privi  Councelor  to  Q.  obiit  ye  laste  of  Maye  a° 

Eliz.  1589. 


Sir  Anthony  Mildmay  of  Apthorp  in  com. 
ton,  Knight  sonne  and  heire,  obiit  1617. 


Northamp-=f=Grace,  dau.  to  Sr  Henry 
I  Tiringham  Knight. 


Mary  dau.  &  cohe.  mar.  to  Sr  Frauncis  Vane, 
Knight  no  we  Erie  of  Westmerland. 


Catherin  2d  dau. 
and  coheire. 


252 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


R\ 


Humfrey  Mildmay  of  Danbury  Martha,  mar.  Wynifride  mar.  to  Catherin  mar. 
in  com.  Essex  Esquier,  obiit  to  Sr  William  Will’m  Fitz  Wil-  toCharlesBar. 
a0  1613,  mar.  Mary,  dau.  to  Branker  of  liams  of  Gaynes  rett  2dly  to  Sr 
Henry  Capel  of  Hadham  Hall  Wiltshir  Parke,  in  com.  John  Lewson 
in  com.  Hartford,  Esqu.  Knight.  Essex,  ar.  of  Kente  K‘. 


~r 


Walter  Humfrey  Mild- 
obiit  may  of  Dan- 

s.p.  bury  in  com. 

Essex,  ar. 


Sr  Henry  Mildmay = Ann  dau.  & 
Kt.  Mr  of  the  coheire  to 

King’s  Jewell  William 

Howse  2d  sonne.  Halyday  of 

London 
Alderman. 


John  3d  sonne. 
Anthony  4th  sonne. 
Mary  onely  daugh. 


jHomnt).. 


John  Monoux  of  Stanford  in  com.  Worster,  Gentleman. 


~r 


Humfrey  Monoux 
of  Stanford 
sonne  and  heire. 


Henry  Monoux, 
2d  sonne. 

=T= 


John  and  Thomas, 
bothe  obierunt. 


Richard  Monoux 
3d  sonne. 


Roger  Alice 
s.  &  h.  mar.  to 
Roger 
Tovey. 


~r 


John  Monoux  of  Rowland  George  Alice  mar.  to  Elinor 

Stanford  in  Monoux  sonne  George  W  ar-  mar.  to 

com.  Worster  2d  sonne.  and  berton  other-  Hughe 

Gentleman.  heire.  wyse  James.  Saye. 


~ r 


Humfrey 

Monoux 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


Thomas  Monoux=Ann  dau.  to 


of  W  althamstowe 
in  com.  Essex 
Gentle.  2d  sonne. 


Turbervile 
of  Dorsett- 
shir  ar. 


Margery  mar.  to  Ursula  mar.  to 
John  Robins.  John  Elrington. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Ann  mar.  to 
Humfrey  Fox.  Nicholas  Taylor. 


Ann  daugh. 
and  sole 
heire. 


George  Monoux  of=Elizabeth  dau.  to  John 


Waltham  Stowe 
in  com.  Essex 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Lord  Mordaunt  of 
Turvey  in  com. 
Bedford. 


Ann,  mar.  to  Tho¬ 
mas  Carpenter  of 
Glostershire. 


Humfrye  Monoux  of  Walthamstow  Richard.  Ann.  Margarett. 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


253 


A 


James  Monoux  George  Monoux  Shrive  of  London  a0  1509, 
4th  sonne.  Mayor  a0  1514,  free  of  the  Drapers. 


Richard  Homfrey 
Monoux.  sonne  and 
=p  heire. 


4 


illiam  2d  sonne. 


John  3d  sonne. 


Tho¬ 

mas. 


George  Monoux  esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  sonne  William  2d  sonne.  Elizab.  Margery  Margarett 
and  heire.  —  eld.  2d  dan.  3d  daugh. 

George  3d  sonne.  dau. 


William 
obiit  s.p. 


JSUuUaunt. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Argent ,  a  chevron  between  three  estoiles 
sable.  [Mordaunt.]  2.  Quarterly  per  pale  indented  or 
and  gules,  in  the  first  and  fourth  quarters  five  lozenges  in 
cross  counterchanged.  [Dove.]  3.  Argent,  a  fess  imbatlled 
between  six  cross  crosslets  fitche  azure.  [Olney.]  4. 
Argent,  on  a  bend  sable  a  hawk’s  lure  or.  [Brooke.] 
5.  Quarterly  per  fess  indented  or  and  azure,  a  crescent  sable 
for  difference.  [Caldcote  of  (?)  Thunder.]  6.  Gules,  a 
cross  paionce  or.  [Latymer.] 

2.  Mordant,  with  a  crescent  for  difference,  impaling  sable  a 
chevron  between  three  fermails  or  buckles  argent.  [Brad¬ 
bury.] 

[Note. — It  is  stated  in  the  MS.  that  the  buckle  should  be  open, 
with  the  point  downwards.] 

Crest. — A  moor's  head  couped  at  the  shoulders  proper,  wreathed  about  the  head  argent. 

[Mordaunt.] 


William  Mordant  of  Turvey  in  com.  Bedford  esquier,  sonne  and 
heire  to  Robert  especified  in  the  Visitatione  of  Norffolke. 


Sr  John  Mordant  EJ 
Sargant  at  Lawe 
Attorney  to  Prince 
Arthur  of  whome 
the  Lord  Mordant 
is  descended. 


William  Mor-= Agnes  daugh. 
dant  of  and  heire  to 

Hempsted  in  Thomas 

com.  Essex  Huntingdon 

esquier  of  Hempsted 

2d  sonne.  in  Essex. 


Joanne,  daugh.  mar.  to  Gyles 
Strangewaye  of  Dorsettsh. 
esquier. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  Weston 
Browne  of  Roodinge,  in 
Essex  Knight. 


254 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Ai 


Robart  Mordant 
of  Hempsted  in 
com.  Essex  esq. 
sonne  and 
heire. 


=Barbara  dan.  & 
heire  to  Jo. 
Strange  of  Littell 
Massingham  in 
com.Norffolkear. 


Christopher 

Mordant, 

2d  sonne 
died  w‘owt 
issue. 


This  Issue  Remaneth 
in  Norffolke. 


Edmond  Mor-= 
dant  of  Thun¬ 
derley  in  com. 
Essex  esquier 
highe  Shrive 
and  Justice  of 
ye  Peace  in  the 
same  com. 


^Agnis,  daugh. 
to  Richard 
Lord  Riche 
and  Lo. 
Chauncelor 
of  England. 


Henry  Mordant=Susan  daugh. 


of  Thunderley 
in  com.  Essex 
esq.  sonne  and 
heire  [Justice 
of  ye  peace]. 


to  Symond 
Belknape  of 
Knowle  in 
Rente,  esq. 


Edward  Gertrud  Agnis,  mar.  to  Bolney  of 
2d  sonne.  mar.  to  Bolney  in  Sussex,  ar. 

—  Westley  — 

Hughe  3d  of  Hemp-  ....  a  3rd  daugh.  mar.  to 
sonne.  sted.  Stawghton  of  Northamp- 
shir. 


I  I 


Henry  Mor-= 

^Barbara 

Charles  2d 

Fardynando 

dant  of 

dau.  to 

sonne 

4th  sonne 

Thunderley 

Henry 

[married 

[mar.  to  Eli- 

in  com. 

Brad- 

to  Arme- 

sabeth  (d.  of 

Essex 

bury  of 

nia  Gilda 

.  .  .  .)Waud 

esquier, 

Littell- 

Waade  2d 

of  (?)  Ciple 

sonne  and 

bery  in 

dau.  to  Sr 

in  Norf.esq. 

heire  capi- 

com. 

W.  Waad 

&  had  issue 

tanus. 

Essex 

of  Battles 

i.  sonn  &  i. 

esquier. 

hath  issue 

dau.  named 

Wilson 

Fardinando 

Mordaunt]. 

and  Dora- 

— 

the]. 

Adryan  3d 

sonne. 

[John  Mordant 
sonne  &  heire 
set.  8  annoru. 
1634. 


Henry  Mordaunt 
2d  son  aet.  10  an. 
annol634.] 


Martha  eldest 
daugh.  [wife 
of  Thomas 
Cornell  of 
Wimbish  in 
Essex  Gent.]. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Thomas  Adams 
of  Walden,  Essex. 

Dorathe  mar.  to  Humfrey  Fipps 
March1  of  London. 

Catherin  mar.  to  Thomas  Cole 
of  Walden  in  Essex,  esq. 

Mabell  mar.  to  Thomas  Springe 
of  Lossehall  in  Watsham,  co. 
Suff.  gent,  [and  had  issue  1  sonne 
named  Mordaunt  Spring]. 


Barbara  2d 
daugh. 

Mary  3d  dau. 

Frauncis  5th 
dau. 


Jane  4th  dau. 
[wife  of  Will, 
Brokett  de 
Graveley  in 
com.  Hertf. 
Gent.]. 


{The parts  tvithin  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


255 


jHorcjan. 

(No.  1.) 

Akms. — Quarterly — 1.  Argent,  a  fees  between  three  martlets  gules,  on  a  chief  sable 
three  wolves'  heads  erased  of  the  first.  [Wolfe.]  2  and  3.  Per  pale  sable 
and  azure  three  fleurs  de  lis  or.  [Goche.]  4.  Quarterly— 1  and  4.  Argent, 
three  lioncels  gules.  2  and  3.  Sable,  on  a  chevron  between  three  stags'  heads 
cabossed  argent  three  bugle  horns  of  the  first.  [ 

Crest. — On  a  mount  an  oak  tree  fructecl  or,  against  it  a  ivolf  passant  proper,  a  mullet 
upon  a  crescent  for  difference.  [  ] 

Morgan  Wolfe  of  Gwerne=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Apie 
of  Goughen.  I  of  Sadie  Bowes. 


William  Morgan  Gentleman, =p.  . .  .  dan.  to  Phillip  Morgan  Daved  Morgan 
Bonne  and  heire.  |  Vaughan.  2d  sonne.  3d  sonne. 

i  r  i  i  nn 

David  William  William  Morgan  Phillip  Morgan,  Hughe  Morgan.  Thomas 

Morgan,  sonne  Morgan  Wil-  mar.  dau.  to  —  Davie 

and  heire.  of  Cal-  liams.  Hasfolde  Bobart  3  sonne.  Morgan. 

licot.  =p  (?  Harforde)  of  =P 

|  Coventrye. 

_ if  _ 


Henry.  Jullius  Mor-  John  2d  Walter  3d  John  Morgan  Walter 

—  gan  sonne  sonne.  sonne  mar.  shewar  to  Morgan 

Lewis,  and  heire.  Joannedan.  Queene  Eliz.  2d  sonne. 

=f  to  Warren. 


Henry  Morgan  sonne  and  heire.  Mildred. 


Edward 
Morgan 
3d  sonne. 


jHorjjait. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Or,  a  fess  wavy  sable,  in  chief  tiro  eagles  displayed  of 
the  second.  [Morgan.]  2  and  3.  Barry  of  twelve  or  and  azure.  [Copcott.] 
Crest. — A  demi-eagle  displayed  or,  charged  on  the  body  with  a  fess  wavy  sable. 
[Morgan.]  Granted  1588,  confirmed  1613. 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1558.  It  is  also  contained  in  Vis.  of  London,  1568  (Harl. 
Soc.),  and  is  of  course  an  addition  to  the  MS.  from  which  that  Vis.  was  published. 


256 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


JSlorue* 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  nine,  being  the  same  quarterings  as  in  the  fourth  shield  under 
the  head  of  Poyntz. 

Crest. — A  cubit  arm  in  armour  proper,  wreathed  gules,  holding  a  staff  or.  [Morice.] 

pr  W.  Camden,  1613. 

John  Morice  of  Roydon=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire 


in  Essex,  Gentle. 


William  Morice=j=Ann,  daugh. 


to  Buckbearde. 


of  Chipingongar 
in  com.  Essex, 
ar.  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Isaake 
of  Kente. 


I  I  I 

Rauffe  2d  sonne. 
Henry  3d  sonne. 
Oliver  4th  sonne. 


Phillip 

5th 

sonne. 


I  I 

Ann,  mar.  to  Brooke 
of  Somersetshire. 

Margarett,  mar.  to 
Cockes  of  Lyncoln. 


James  Morice  of  Chipping-=pElizabeth  dau. 


onger  m  com.  Essex, 
quier,  sonne  and  heire. 


Es- 


to  George 
Medley. 


Thomas  Morice 
2d  sonne. 


Margarett  mar.  to. 
George  Tuke  of 
Essex,  Gentlm. 


John  Morice  of=pKatherine  dau. 


Chippingongar 
in  com.  Essex,  ar. 
sonne  and  heire 
one  &  a  halfe  olde 
a0  3  of  Aprell, 
1570. 


and  heire  to 
Gabrell  Poyntz 
of  North 
Okenden,  in 
com.  Essex,  ar. 


I  I 

Mary  eldest 
daugh. 

Elizabeth 
2d  daugh. 


Ann,  mar.  to 
John  Forde 
of  Horseley 
in  Essex, 
Esquier. 


This  Ann  is  saide 
in  Turner’s  de¬ 
scent  to  be  the 
wife  to  Edward 
Turner  of  Great 
Parndon  com. 
Essex. 


1 


Sr  John  Morice  al’s  Poyntz  of  Chippingongar  in 
Essex,  Kc  sonne  and  heire  where  he  died,  a0 1617. 


JHmmtfmt. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Bendy  of  ten  or  and  azure.  [Mountfort.]  2.  Argent,  on  a 
chief  azure  three  ffeurs  de  Its  or.  [  ]  3.  Argent,  three  fteurs  de 

Us  between  nine  cross  crosslets  fitche  sable.  [  ]  4.  Gules,  a  fess 

between  six  cross  crosslets  fitche  argent  [  ],  on  an  inescutcheon 

sable  three  lioncels  argent.  [ 

Crest. — A  lion's  head  erased  gules.  [Mountfort.] 

Bawldwin  Mountfort,  mar.  Joanne  daugh. 
to  Sr  Richard  Vernon,  Knight. 


Sr  Symond  Mountford  Knight,  sonne  and  heire.=p  ....  daugh.  to  ... , 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


257 


A  | 


Thomas  Mountfort 
Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire. 


John  Mountford 
2d  sonne. 


Edward  Mountfort=pSybill  daugh.  to  Woode 


Esquier,  3d  sonne. 


of  Woodhowse  in  War- 
wicksh. 


Alice,  daugh.=pThomas  Mount-=pAgnis,  dau. 


to  Thomas 
Coote  of 
Radwinter 
in  com. 
Essex,  ar. 
first  wyfe. 


forde  of  Rad- 
winter  in  com. 
Essex,  Esquier 
sonne  &  heir. 


to  Trigg  of 
Robarts 
2d  wyfe. 


John  4th  sonne. 


Clement 
Mountforde 
of  Evesam 
mar.  Sil¬ 
vester 
daugh.  to 
Carvell. 


July  an  mar.  to  John 
Newport  of  Welton  in 
com.  North. 

Margery  mar.  to 
George  Holton. 

Mary  mar.  to  Pagett. 


Symond  sonne  and  heire.  Edward  2d  sonne.  Thomas  3d  sonne.  Alice.  Elizabeth. 


{Note. — This  Pedigree  is  entered  twice  in  the  MS.) 


jMson. 


Arms. — Pei •  pale  argent  and  sahte,  a  chevron  between  three  fleurs  de  Us,  all  counter- 
changed.  [Nelson.] 

Crest. — A  cubit  arm  quarterly  argent  and  sable,  in  the  hand  proper  a  fleur  de  Us  per 
pale  argent  and  sable.  [Nelson.] 


John  Nelson  of  East  Witton  in  com.  Richmond. 


John  Nelsone  of 
East  Witton  in 
Richmonsh. 
sonne  &  heire. 


Barnard  Nelsone  of=Ann  dau.  to  Atkin- 
Elfathall  (?)  in  sone  of  the  Bishopr. 
com.  Yorke  Gent.  of  Durham, 
sonne  &  heire. 


I 

Will’m  of  Est 
Witton 
3  sonne. 


Alice. 


Alice  first  daugh. 
&  coheire  mar. 
to  Rayfe  Crofte 
of  Estwitton. 

Jayne. 


Christopher 
Nelsone 
first  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  Nelson 
of  Wans  ted  in 
com.  Essex, 
Gent.  2d  sonne 
&  he.  &  one  of 
the  K.  Pantry. 


Rebeca  dau. 
to  Christo¬ 
pher  William- 
sone  of 
London  Gent. 


Jayne  mar.  to 
Robart  Lew- 
lian  of 
Awthome  in 
Richmondsh. 


Thomas  obiit  s.p. 


Richard  obiit  s.p. 


258 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1558. 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Nichols  same  as  in  that  Vis.,  the  arms  impaling  Argent,  a  lion 
rampant  gules,  over  all  a  lend  ragulee  or.  [?  Steward.] 


iStgijttnflale. 

Arms. — Per  pale  ermine  and  gules  a  rose  counterchanged  [Nightingale],  impaling 
or  a  lend  engrailed  azure,  in  dexter  chief  a  pellet.  [Clarke.] 

Crest. — An  ilex  sejant  argent,  collared  and  horned  or.  [Nightingale.] 


John  Nitingall  of  Essex  gentleman. 


I 

William  Nitingall  of  Newport  Ponde- 
in  Essex,  Gent,  sonne  and  heire. 


Gefforey  Nitingall  of=Catherin 


=Gonar  daugh.  to  Jelforey  Thurgood 
of  Ugley  in  com.  Essex. 


Newport  Pond  in 
Essex,  esquier  wher 
he  lyeth  buryed 
by  harrolds 
[obiit  in  Aprell 
1619]. 


daugh. and 
heire  to 
John  (?) 
Clomp. 


I  I 

John  2d 
sonne. 

William  3d 
sonne. 


I  I 

Grace  mar.  to 
John  Everarde. 

Prisilla  mar.  to 
John  Fitch. 


Taben  mar.  to 
Henry  Trige. 

Blanche  mar.  to 
Howben. 


[In  Harl.  MS.  1541,  116  b.,  this 
second  marriage  appears  : — 

Catherine  d.  of  Sr  Robt.— Thomas  Nitingall  of=Millisent  daugh.  to  _S' 
Chester  of  Cocken  Hat-  Newport  Pond  in 

com.  Essex  sonne  and 
heire  [Kl  Barronett 
a0  1628. 


ley  in  com.  Bed.  2  wife. 


Robart 

Clarke  Barron  of  ye  Exchequer 
his  2d  wife  ye  dau.  of  Sr  .  .  .  . 
Chester  Knight. 


3  I 

Geffrey. 


4  | 

Edward.] 


I  I  I 

Robart  sonne  &  heire  apparante  Thomas  2d  Francis 
[maried  ye  3d  of  .  .  .  .  Chester  of  sonne.  onely 
Royston  Knight].  daugh. 


Henry  Nitingall  of  Saffron  Mary  mar. 
Walden  in  com.  Essex  to  Robart 

Attorney,  2d  sonne,  mar.  ye  Cole, 
daugh.  to  doctor  Foster. 


Ann  mar.  to  Edward 
Manninge  of  St.  Mary 
Craye  in  Essex 
(Kent). 


I  I 

Joanne. 


Elizabeth. 


{The  parts  ivithin  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


259 


$argeter* 

Arms. — Gules,  a  fess  indented  between  three  martlets  or.  [Pargeter.] 


Sr  Thomas  Pargeter  of  Chipingnorton  in  com.  Oxford, 
knight,  lord  Major  ye  22  of  K.  Henry  the  8,  1530  and 
shrive  13  of  ye  sayde  Kings  Raynge,  1521,  buryed  in 
All  hallows  Bredstrete. 


James  Pargeter  of  Barking  in  Essex, =j=Catherin 
esquier,  sonne  and  her.  buryed  in  dau.  to 


Barking. 


George  2d  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  Pargeter  of=p  Ellenor  dau. 
Barking  in  Essex,  to  Fuller 
ar.  sonne  and  heire.  of  Barkinge. 


Clement  Pargeter  of=i=Ann  dau.  to 
London,  2nd  sonne  John  Gyle 

livinge  1614.  of  London. 


Thomas  sonne  and  heire.  Richard  sonne  and  heire. 


Parker. 


(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Or,  three  inescutcheons  sable,  charged  with  as  many  pheons'of  the  first 
[Parker],  impaling  Wentworth. 

Paste  to  Henry  Parker  by  Christopher  Barker  al’s 
Garter  Kinge  of  Armes,  a0  29  of  K.  H.  8,  1537. 


Henry  Parker  of  Frith  hall  in=j=Dorothe,  dau.  to  Sr  William 
com.  Essex  gentleman.  Shelley  of  Michellgrove. 


Henry  Parker 
of  Wood¬ 
ford  (?)  in 
Essex  Gent. 

3d  sonne. 
w1 


I 

Roger  Par-=Ann  daugh. 


ker  of 
Kirbye  in 
Essex 
Gentlem. 
sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Roger 
Wentworth 
of  Bockinge 
in  Essex 
esq. 


John  Parker 
of  Kirbye 
in  Essex 
Gent. 

2d  sonne. 


=Ann,  dau.  & 
coheire  to 
John  Forde 
of  Horkesley 
in  Essex 
esquier. 


Margarett 
mar.  to 
John 
Chinery. 


Henry  sonne  Edmond  2d  sonne.  Mary.  Wentworth  Ann.  Ellenor 

&  heire.  —  sonne  and  —  daugh.  & 

Richard  3d  sonne.  heire.  Cissley  mar.  sole 

to  Will’m 
Coper. 


260 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


barker* 

No.  2. 


Arms. — Argent,  tivo  tars  sable,  m  chief  a  talbofs  head  erased  gules  between  as  many 
torteaux  [Parker],  impaling  Nightingale. 

Crest. — A  talbot  or,  passant,  between  two  trees  leaved  groper.  [Parker.] 


John  Parker  of  Shenfild  in=pCatherin,  daugh. 


com.  Essex  Gentleman. 


to  Roye. 


John  Parker  of  Shenfild  in  com.  Essex,=p  Joanne,  daugh. 
Gentleman  sonne  &  heire.  to  Rolfe. 


Elizabeth  daugh.  to  Richard=j=Thomas  Parker  of=pMary  Basse,  daugh.  to  Ann 
Nitingale  of  Newport  ponde  Shenfild  in  com. 
in  com.  Essex,  esqu.  Essex,  ar.  sonne 

first  wife.  and  heire. 


Bourcher  which  Ann  was  dau. 
and  heire  to  Henry 
Erie  of  Essex. 


Samuell  Parker 
sonne  &  heire. 


Ann,  eldest 
daugh. 


Frauncis 
2d  daugh. 


Thomas 
2d  sonne. 


Gertrude 
2d  daugh. 


( This  Pedigree  is  entered  twice  in  the  MS.) 


pascall. 

Arms  [4  shields). — 1.  Argent,  quarterly  on  a  cross  sable  an  Agnus  Dei  couchant  of 
the  first,  holding  a  cross  or,  in  the  Is?  and  4 th  quarters  a 
falcon  sable,  beaked  and  membered  or,  in  the  2nd  and  3rd 
a  lion  passant  gardant  sable.  [Pascall.] 

2.  Same,  impaling  azure  three  chevrons  argent,  a  crescent  for 

difference.  [ 

3.  Same,  impaling  ermine  between  three  cocks  azure,  beaked  and 

membered  or,  a  chevron  sable.  [Glascock.] 

4.  Same,  impaling  argent  three  lions  rampant  azure.  [ 

Crest. — A  grave  person  coupe  under  the  waist,  garment  purp.  faced  ermine,  crined 
gray.  [Pascall.]  the  10  of  Maye  a0  1558  by  W.  Harvey  Claren. 


John  Pascall  of  Much  Baddow  in  com.  Essex, 
Gentleman,  mar.  Margery. 


John  Pascall  of  Muche  Baddow,  in=pMargarett,  daugh.  to  Edmond  Noke  of 


com.  Essex  Gentle,  sonne  and  he. 


Kings  Hattfeild  in  com.  Essex,  Ge. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


261 


Ai 


William  Pascall  of  Prestons  == Ann,  daugh.  Robart  Pas-=f=Elizabeth,  daugh.  to 


in  Sowth  Haningfield  in 
com.  Essex,  Gentle 
2d  sonne. 


to  John 
Blake. 


call  of  Essex, 
3d  sonne. 


Sturgion  of  Much 
Baddow  in  Essex. 


Frann.  dam 
to  John 
Hide  of 
London 
first  wyfe. 


-John  Pascall  of=pFrann.  dau. 


Prestons  in 
Essex  sonne 
and  he.  mar. 
3dl-v  Ann  dau. 
to  Meade. 


to  Bowyer 
of  Sussex, 
2d  wyfe. 


William 
2d  sonne. 

Frann. 
ob.  s.p. 


Ann  mar.  to  John 
Collens  of  Hamp- 
shir. 

Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
Lee  Sadler  of 
Stondon  in  com. 
Hartford. 


John  Pascall 
of  Prestons 
esquier, 
sonne  and 
heire. 


I  I 

Mary  daugh.  Jayne, 
and  heire  to  — 
Richard  Franncis. 
Foster. 


Nathaniell  first 

Ann  and 

Sara. 

sonne. 

Eliza- 

— 

— 

both 

Rebeca. 

Tobye  2d  sonne. 

ob.  s.p. 

Hester. 

William  3d  sonne. 


Mary,  eldest  daugh.  Frann.  2d  daugh. 


Alexander  Pascall  of  Much- 
Baddow  in  Essex,  Gentle, 
sonne  and  heire. 


:Emme,  daugh.  to  Richard 
Bretton  of  Tilbery  in  com. 
Essex,  Gent. 


John  2d  Robart  3d 


sonne. 


sonne. 


John  sonne 
and  heire. 


Allexander 
2d  sonne. 


Elizabeth  eldest 
daugh. 


Mary  2d 
daugh. 


John  7 
sonne. 


John  Pascall  of  Muche=Mary  daugh.  to 
Baddowe  hall  in  com.  George  Kebell 
Essex  esquier,  sonne  &  of  Warwick- 
heire.  shire  Ge. 


Thomas  Pascall  4tu  sonne. 
William  5th  sonne. 


Jayne  daugh.  to  Sr  Thomas  al’s=John  Pascall  of=Ann,  daugh.  to  S'-  Thomas 


Sr  Edward  Lewkenor  of  Higham 
hall  in  SufFolke  Kl  wydow  to 
Willm  Larke  of  Gin  margatt 
in  Essex,  first  wyfe,  ob.  s.p. 

1614. 


Muche  Baddow 
hall  in  com. 
Essex  esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Myldmay  of  Moulsham  in 
com.  Essex,  Knight  wydow 
to  Sr  Roger  Appulton, 
Knight  Barronett 
2d  wyfe. 


A 


John  Pascall  esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


262 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


lA 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
William  Myldmay 
of  Barnes  in  Essex 
ar. 


Margarett  mar.  to 
John  Sames  of 
Langforde  Hall  in 
Essex  Gent. 


Andrew  Pascall  of= 
Springfilde  in  com. 
Essex  Gentleman 
6  sonne  to  John. 


Jane  daugh.  to  John 
Pinchone  of  Writtell, 
in  com.  Essex, 
esquier. 


S1'  Andrew  Pascall= 
of  Springfeild  in 
com.  Essex, 

Knight  sonne 
and  heire. 


Alary  daugh. 
to  William 
Glascocke  of 
Dunmowe 
in  Essex 
esquier. 


Mary  mar.  to  Thomas 
Hanchett  of  Braughin 
in  com.  Hartford  ar. 

Jayne  mar.  to  John 
Haywarde  doctor  of 
ye  Civill  Lawe. 


Catherin  mar.  to  Jazchre 
(?  Zachary)  Fare  of  Pitt- 
sey  in  com.  Essex. 

Mary,  mar.  to  John  Brook 
of  Colchester. 


Andrew  Pascall=Mary  daugh.  to  Willsonne  of  Thomas  Phillip  3d 
esquier,  sonne  Willinge  (Willion)  in  com.  2d  sonne.  sonne. 

&  heire  Hartford  ar.  obiit  23d  of 

apparant.  Novem.  buryed  at  Springfield 

24  a0  1617. 


Edward  4th 
6onne. 


{See  Josselgn,  No.  2.) 


^mntnjje. 


Arms. — Quarterly.  1  and  4.  Gules,  three  luclcs'  heads  calossed  argent,  a  chief  in¬ 
dented  ermine.  [Penninge.]  2.  Or,  a  chevron  engrailed  gules  between  three 
cinquefoils  azure,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a  lion  rampant  argent.  [Cooke.] 
3.  Gules,  nine  martlets  or,  4,  3,  and  2,  a  crescent  ermine  for  difference. 
[Bohtjn.] 

Crest. — A  luck's  head  erased  party  per  fess  indented  argent  and  gules.  [Penninge.] 


John  Penninge  of  Cratfelde  in=pMargery,  daugh.  and  coheire  to  Hobart 
in  com.  Suffolke,  gentleman.  Cooke  of  Crattfeld  in  Suffolke,  ar. 


Arthur  Penninge  of=j=Catherin,  dau.  to  Broke  John 
Ipswich  in  com.  Suff.  of  Cretingham  in  com.  2d  sonne. 
Gent,  sonne  &  heire.  Suffolke,  Gent. 

A 


Margery,  mar.  to  God- 
bolde  of  Badingham  in 
com.  Suffolke. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


263 


A 


Anthony  Pennlnge 
of  Kettellborowgh 
in  com.  Suffolke 
Esq.  son  &  hr.  whos 
Posterytie  Remay- 
nethe  in  Suff. 


Edmond  Penninge=pAnn,  dau.  to 
of  Dunmowe  in  Midleton  in 
com.  Essex,  Gent.  com.  Kente. 
2d  sonne. 


Charles  sonne  and  heire. 


Catherin,  mar.  to  William 
Blomfild  of  Stonham  in 
com.  Suffolke  Gent. 

Mary,  mar.  to  John  Hol¬ 
land  of  Bramford  in  com. 
Suff. 


Margarett,  mar.  to  Edw. 
Alston  of  Edwardston. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Argent,  on  a  tend  gules  three  mascles  or  [Perte],  impaling 
azure  a  maunch  or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Conyers.] 

2.  Perte,  impaling  gules  three  stags'  heads  cabosscd  or,  armed 
argent,  [Doyle.] 

Crest. — A  storlc  argent,  standing  among  bull-rushes  or,  leaved  vert.  [Perte.] 


George  Perte  of  London  Gentleman 
mar.  Alice  daughter  to  ...  . 


Henry  Perte  Roger  2d 
of  London  sonne 
Gent,  sonne  and  of 
&  heire  mar.  London 
daugh.  to  obiit  s.p. 
Perse  of 
London 
obiit  s.p. 


William  Perte= 
of  Arnolds  in 
Mountnesinge 
in  com.  Essex 
essquier  wher 
he  lyethe 
Buryed  by 
Herrolds 
a0  d’ni  1616 
3d  sonne. 


=Margarett 
daugh.  to 
JohnRyd- 
ges  of 
Fulbeck 
in  com. 
Lyncoln 
ar. 


John  of 
London 
4th  sonne 
mar.  the 
daugh.  to 
Are  of 
London. 


Mary  daugh.  and 
sole  heire,  wife  to 
....  Holman. 


Margery  mar.  to 
Alderman 
Thwayt  2dly  to 
Sr  Gerrome  Wes¬ 
ton  of  Roxwell 
in  Essex  3dly  to 
Sr  John  Saveli 
Barron  of  ye 
Exchequer  obiit 
Sept.  1621. 


Isabell  daugh.  to: 
Thomas  Corners 
of  Barnett  in  com. 
Midd.  esquier 
buryed  in  St. 
Buttolphs  w4owt 
Aldersgatt  by 
Mr  Thompson, 
first  wyfe. 


= William  Perte 
of  Arnolds  in 
Mountnesinge 
in  com.  Essex 
esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


.  .  .  .  dau.  to 
Edmund  Doyle 
of  Shottsham 
in  com.  Norfolk 
esquier  wydow 
to  Barston 
2d  wyfe. 


George  2d 
sonne. 

Henry  3d 
sonne  at 
Oxford. 


Ann  mar.  to  Tho¬ 
mas  Warde  of 
Bixley  in  com. 
Norffi  Gent. 

Elizabeth  mar.  to 
William  Thorsbye 
of  Dorward’s  hall 
in  Essex  Gent. 


Margarett  daugh.  and  sole  heire. 


264 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


$etre* 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Gules,  on  a  bend  or  between  two  escallops  argent  a  Cornish 
chough  sable  between  two  cinquefoils  azure  [Petre], 
impaling  argent  on  a  chevron  engrailed  gules  between  three 
peacocks'  heads  erased  azure,  ducallg  gorged  err,  three  tre¬ 
foils  slipped  of  the  last.  [Ridgeway.] 

2.  Gules,  a  bend  or  between  two  escallops  argent  [Petre]  impaling 
quarterly  azure  and  gules,  in  the  first  and  fourth  quarters 
three  fteurs  de  Us,  2  and  1,  or,  in  the  second  and  third 
quarters  as  many  lioncels  of  the  last,  a  bordure  gobony 
argent  and  azure.  [Somerset.] 

Crest. — Two  lions'  heads  erased  and  indorsed,  the  dexter  or  the  sinister  azure,  each 
gorged  with  a  plain  collar  counterchanged.  [Petre.] 

In  Engerston  (Ingatestone)  Churche,  on  a  Tombe  this  Epataphe  : — 

Hie  sepelitur  Dominus  Gulielmus  Petreus,  eques  auratus  cum  domina  Anna 
secund  Ipsius  uxore  Filia  Gulielmi  Browne  qui  obiit  Praetor  Londinensis 
Praedictus  Honorabilis  vir  Dominus  Gulielmus  Petraeus  Ascitus  est  ab  Henrico 
Rege  Angliae  ejus  nominis  octavo  ad  officium  Secretarii  et  etiam  ut  esset  a  privatis 
Consiliis  quo  in  statu  sub  Edouardo  sixto  Rege  Perseveravit  aquo  primitiarum  et 
decimarum  Thesaurarius  est  constitutus  Edouardo  Mortuo  apud  Reginam  Mariam 
Eadem  Maria  obivit  quae  illicum  Cancellareatu  quoque  Illustris  Ordinis  Garterii 
cumulavit  Consiliarius  etiam  fuit  Dominae  Reginae  Elizabethe. 


John  Peter  of  Torbrian  in  com.  Devon,  Gent, 
mar.  Joanne,  dan.  to  .... 


John  Peter  of  Tobrian  in  com.=j= Alice,  daugh.  to  John  Collinge 
Devon  Gent,  sonne  &  heire.  of  Woollande  in  com.  Devon. 


ohn 


John  Peter 
2d  sonne. 


I 

Thomasine  mar. 
to  Willm.  Par- 
dyn  (?  Parkyn) 
of  Cornewall. 


John  Peter 
2d  sonne. 


John  Peter 
Customer  of 
Exitor 
3d  sonne. 


William  Richard  Peter  5th  sonne 

Peter  Chauncelor  of  Exeter 

4th  and  Archdeacon  of 

sonne.  Buckingham. 


John  Peter  of  Torbryan  in  com.  Devon,  Gent,  son  ne=p  Joanne,  daugh.  to  Michell 


and  heire,  he  maryed  2d‘y  Elizabeth,  daugh.  to  James 
Blackaller  (?  Blackader)  of  Totnes,  marchant. 


Ridgewaye  al’s  Pecock,  of 
Newton  Abott,  first  wife. 


I 


William  Peter  sonne  and  heire. 


Robart  Peter 
obiit  ye  6  of 
January  beinge 
12  day  1571 
buryed  at 
Ingerstone. 


Sr  William  Peter  of=Ann  daugh.  to 


Ingerstone  in  com. 
Essex  Knt.  Secre¬ 
tary  to  Q.  Elizabeth, 
ob.  one  12  daye 
a0  1571  burye  in 
Ingerstone. 


Sr  William  Browne 
of  London,  Mayor 
she  died  1581 
buryed  in 
Ingerstone. 


Alice  mar.  to  Thomas 
Readeof  Up  Lowman. 

Willmot  mar.  to  John 
Peter,  Alderman  of 
Exeter. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


265 


A| 


Sr  John  Peter  of  Inger-= 
ston,  Knight  sonne  and 
heire  was  by  K.  James 
created  Lord  Peter  of 
Writtell  in  Essex,  obiit 
ye  8  or  9  of  October, 
1613  buryed  at  Inger- 
stone. 


=Mary,  daugh. 
to  Sr  Edward 
Waldegrave, 
Knight.  She 
died  in 
August  a0 
1605  buryed 
in  Ingerstone. 


I  II. 

John  Catherin  mar.  to 
ob.  John  Talbott  of 

s.p.  Grafton  in  com. 

Stafford  esquier. 

Thomasine  mar. 
to  Lodwicke 
Grevill  of  Will- 
cotts. 


Dorathe,  mar.  to 
Master  Wadham 
of  Merefilde  in 
com.  Somersett 
esquier.  he  and 
his  wyfe  weare 
the  fownders  of 
Wadham  Col- 
ledg  in  Oxford 
&  bothe  died 
w‘owt  issue. 


of  Writtell  in  com. 
Essex,  sonne  &  he. 


Uatherin,  dau.  to  Edward  Somersett, 

John 

Thomas 

Erie  of  Worster  K4  of  ye  Garter. 

Peter 

Peter 

She  was  one  of  ye  Ladys  of  Honor 

2d 

3d 

to  Q.  Elizabeth. 

sonne. 

sonne. 

John  Peter  obiit 
in  Sept,  abowt 
4  or  5  years  of 
age  a0  1612. 


Sr  Robart  Peter=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sr  An- 
sonne  &  heire  thony  Browne,  Kb 

apparante.  Yicounte  Montacute  of 

Cowdrey  in  Sussex. 


I  I  I 

William  2a  sonne. 
Edward  3d  sonne. 
John  4th  sonne. 


I  I 

Henry  6th  sonne. 
George  7th  sonne. 


Thomas  5th 
sonne. 


I 

Ann 

ob. 

s.p. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sheldon  Catherin. 
of  Beoley  in  com.  Worster  ar.  — 

Q.  Elizabeth  was  her  god-  Marye. 
mother. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  fess  countercompony  or  and  azure  between  three  pellets,  each  charged 
ivith  a  martlet  of  the  second,  a  bordure  gules  charged  with  escallops  and 
martlets  of  the  second  [Pett]  ;  impaling — Gules,  three  lions  passant 
argent,  an  annulet  for  difference.  [Gifford.] 

Crest. — A  demi-greyhound  sable,  collared  and  charged  on  the  body  ivith  two  bendlets 
or  between  as  many  fern  branches  proper.  [Pett.] 


John  Pett  of  London  Gentleman  mar.  Brigett  dau.  to  ...  . 


Frauncis  Pett  of  Nasinge  in  com.  Essex, =j=Mary,  daugh.  to  Gilford  of 


Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


Buckinghamshire,  Gentle. 


Ralfe  sonne  George* *  Henry  Brigett  mar.  Mary  mar.  Ursula  Elizabeth 

and  heire.  2d  sonne.  3d  sonne.  to  Richard  to  Robart  3d  dau.  4th  daugh. 

Brisco.  Browne. 


*  In  Harl.  MS.  1541,  fol.86,  slated  to  be  of  London,  and  to  have  married  a  d.  of  ... .  Colman 
of  com.  Wilts,  and  had  Isabel,  d.  and  heir,  ux.  John  Boteler  of  Apletree  in  com.  Northampton, 


266 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


plboroto* 

{See  Strangman.) 


Iltncfjon. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Per  lend  argent  and  salle,  three  roundles  within  a 
lor  dure  engrailed  counter  changed.  [Pinchon.]  2.  Argent,  tivo  lendlels  en¬ 
grailed  salle.  [Empson.]  3.  Gules,  a  chevron  letiveen  three  pears  or 
[Orchard]  ;  impaling — Ermine,  on  a  chief  azure  five  lezants,  a  martlet 
for  difference.  [Weston.] 

Crests. — 1.  A  tiger's  head  erased  azure,  crined  or.  [Pinchon.] 

2.  A  lion  statant  gar dant  argent.  [ 


Nicholas  Pinchon  Shrive  of  London  15  of  Kinge  Hen.  8,  a0  1533. 


John  Pinchon  of  Writtell  in  com.=pJayne,  daugh.  and  heire  to  Sr  Richard  Empsone 


Essex,  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


Kl.  She  after  mar.  to  Secretary  Wilsone. 


Will’m  Pinchon=FRose,  daugh. 


of  Writtell  in 
Essex,  Esquier 
sonne  &  her. 


to  Reddinge 
of  Pinner  in 
com.  Middel- 
sex.  Esq. 


John  Pinchon 
of  Springfild 
2d  sonne. 


Sr  Edward 
Pinchon 
K‘  3rd 
sonne. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
Geoffrey  Gatte  of  Bery 
S‘  Edm.  in  com.  Suf- 
folke. 

Jayne,  mar.  to  Andrew 
Pascall  of  Springfild 
in  Essex  Ar. 


Sr  Edward  Pinchon=j=Dorathe  dau.  to 


of  Writtell  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire. 


S1'  J  errom  Weston 
of  Roxwell  in 
Essex,  Knight. 


Henry 
2d  sonne. 


Christopher 
3d  sonne. 


John  sonne 
and  heire. 


I 

Mary  eldest 
daughter. 


Elizabeth 
2d  daugh. 


Jayne  mar.  to  Sr 
Richard  Weston 
of  Roxwell,  in 
com.  Essex, 
Knight. 


Potocr. 

{See  Brockman.) 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


267 


Arms  (8  shields). — 1.  Or  (?  azure),  three  bendlets  azure  (?  or),  a  bordure  engrailed 
gules  [Nubergh]  ;  impaling — Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Barry 
of  eight,  or  and  gules.  [Poyntz.]  2.  Azure,  three  cinque¬ 
foils  or.  [Bardolph.]  3.  Azure,  three  escallops  or.  [Mal- 
LETT.] 

2.  Azure,  two  lions  passant  or  [Barry]  ;  impaling — Quarterly, 

as  in  the  first  shield. 

3.  Quarterly,  as  impaled  in  the  first  shield. 

4.  Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Azure,  on  a  fess  or,  between  three  men’s 

heads  couped  at  the  shoulders  proper,  crowned  of  the  second, 
having  each  a  snalce  twisted  round  the  neck  vert,  a  cock  of 
the  field  between  two  pheons  gules.  [Morice.]  2.  Argent, 
six  roses  gules,  three,  two,  and  one.  [  ]  3.  Sable, 

on  a  chevron  argent  betiveen  three  stags'  heads  cabossed  of 
the  second,  three  bugle  horns  of  the  field  [Parker]  ;  im¬ 
paling — Quarterly  of  six.  1.  Poyntz.  2.  Bardolph. 

3.  Mallett.  4.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  fusils 
ermines.  [Shaa  or  Shaw.]  5.  Bendy  of  six  azure  and 
argent,  on  a  chief  gules  three  increscents  of  the  second. 

]  6.  Argent,  on  a  bend  engrailed  sable  three 

plates,  each  charged  with  a  martlet  of  the  first.  [ 

5.  Quarterly  of  six.  1.  Poyntz.  2.  Bardolph.  3.  Mallet. 

4.  Quartei'ly,  per  fess  indented  argent  and  azure.  [Acton.] 

5.  Paly  of  six  or  and  azure,  on  a  fess  gules  three  mullets 
of  the  first.  [Clannowe  or  Clambowe.]  6.  Quarterly,  or 
and  gules,  a  bend  argent  [Fitz  Nichol]  ;  impaling — Argent, 
a  fess  and  canton  gules.  [Woodvylle.] 

6.  Quarterly  of  eight.  1.  Poyntz.  2.  Bardolph.  3.  Mallet. 

4.  Acton.  5.  Clannowe.  6.  Fitz  Nichol.  7.  Argent, 

a  fess  between  three  boars  sable.  [Huddesfield.]  8.  Vert, 
a  chevron  between  three  roses  or  [  ]  ;  impaling — 

Argent,  three  rams'  heads  or.  [Sydenham.] 

7.  Quartei'ly — 1  and  4.  Or,  a  greyhound  courant  sable  between 

three  leopards'  heads  azure,  a  border  engrailed  gules. 
[Heneage.]  2.  Gules,  three  garbs  or.  [Preston.]  3. 
Azure,  a  chevron  argent,  fretty  of  the  field,  between  three 
goats'  heads  erased  of  the  second  [Buckton]  ;  impaling — 
Quarterly  of  eight,  as  above. 

8.  Quartei'ly  of  twelve.  1.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  griffins 

passant,  wings  endorsed  sable.  [Finch.]  The  other  eleven 
shewing  alliances  of  the  Finch  family  in  no  way  connected 
with  Essex;  impaling,  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1  and  12. 
Heneage.  2.  Preston.  3.  Buckton.  4.  Poyntz. 

5.  Bardolph.  6.  Mallet.  7.  Acton.  8.  Clannow. 
9.  Fitznichol.  10.  Huddesfield.  11.  Same  as  8  in 
the  6th  shield. 


Crest. — A  hand  clenched  or.  [ 


] 


268 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 

Hughe  Poyntz,  sonne  and  heire  to  Nicholas  Poyntz  sonne  to  Hughe. 


Nicholas  Poyntz  Esquier  ,=pJullian  daughter  &  heire  to 
sonne  and  heire.  Robt.  Lord  Bardolfe. 


S1'  Hughe  Poyntz  Knight, = 
sonne  and  heire,  whoe  lived 
5  of  Henry  3d  A0  1220. 


r 


:Havis,  sister  and  heire  to  William  Mallet, 
Lord  and  Barron  of  Cory  Malet.  She 
after  mar.  to  Muchegroos. 


Nicholas  Poyntz  Lord  and  Barron  of  Cory  Malet, =plsabell,  daught.  to 


sonne  and  heire,  obiit  first  of  Edward  first, 
A0  1273. 


Timothy  Dyall, 
Esqu. 


I 

Hughe  Poyntz,  Lo.  and  Barron  of  Cory  Malet, : 
sonne  and  heire,  obiit  yc  first  of  Richard  2d 
A0  d’ni  1307. 


to 


.  daugh. 


Elizabeth  dau.  to  ==Sr  Nicholas  Poyntz  Knight, = 
Edmond  la  Zouche,  Lord  and  Barron  of  Cory 
first  wyfe.  Malet,  obiit  5  of  Edward  2d, 

1311. 


-Mawlde,  dau.  to  Sr  John  de 
Acton  of  Iren  Acton,  in  com. 
Gloster,  Knight  2d  wyfe. 


Sr  Hughe  Poyntz  Knight,  Lord1 
and  Barron  of  Cory  Malet  obiit 
ii  of  Edward  3d  1336. 


-Margaret  t  daugh.  to 
Sr  Walter  Paynell  of 
Brooke  in  com. 
Wiltsh.  Knight. 


Nicholas  Poyntz  of  Hoo, 
in  com.  Kente,  2d  sonne 
A0  d’ni  1311,  5  of  Edw. 
2d  =f= 


I 


S1'  Nicholas  Poyntz  Knight, =f=Ellnor,  dau.  to  Sr 


sonne  and  heire. 


John  Erlegh  Knight. 


I 

Margarett,  eldest  daugh.  and 
coheire  mar.  to  Sr  John  Nu- 
burgh,  Knight. 


Amys,  2d  dau.  &  coh. 
mar.  to  John  Barry, 
ar. 


Nicholas  Poyntz= 
of  North  Oken- 
den  in  com. 
Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and  heir, 
lived  47  of  K. 
Edw.  3d  a0  1372. 


daugh. 
to  ...  . 


Ponties  Poyntz  of  North=pEllenor  dau.  to  . 


Okenden  in  com.  Essex 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire, 
16th  of  Rich.  2d  1392. 


She  lived  16  of  Rich. 
2d  a0  1592. 


Edwarde  Poyntz- 
Esquier, 

2d  sonne. 


to 


. . daugh. 


Sr  John  Poyntz  of  Northokenden=pMawde 


in  Essex,  Knight  sonne  and  heire 
3d  A0  1351. 


livinge  26th  of  Edw 


daugh. 
to 


Mawde,  mar.  to  Robart  Poyntz 
Thomas  Barrett  sonne  and 
of  Belhowse  heire. 

Esquier. 


John  Poyntz  of  Northokenden,  in  com.  Essex, =j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


269 


I  » 


William  Poyntz  of  Northokenden- 
in  com.  Essex  Esquier,  sonne  and 
keire. 


^Elizabeth,  syster  to  Sr  Edmond  Shawc  of 
London,  Shrive  15  of  Edward  4,  1474,  and 
Maior  the  23d  of  ye  saide  Ks  Raynge  A0  1483. 


Thomas  Poyntz  of  Northokenden  in=j=Ann,  daugh.  (and  heir  to  Calva  a  German). 


com.  Essex  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire 


(See  Pedigree  of  this  Family  under  Poynter 
Harl.  MS.  1432,  53b.) 


Gabrell  Poyntz  of=j= Audrey,  daugh.  to 


North  Okenden  in 
com.  Essex, Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Peter  Cutts  and 
wydow  to  Rauffe 
Laytham. 


Fardinando  Poyntz  of 
London  2a  sonne. 

Robart  3d  sonne. 


.  I 

Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Sr  Richard 
Saltingstall  of 
London,  Knight. 


Katherine,  daugh.  and  sole  heire,  mar.  to 
John  Morris  of  Chipping  Ongar  in  Essex, 
Esquier. 


Sr  John  Poyntz  Knight,  eldest  sonne  to  Mawld=j=Elizabeth,  dau.  and  coheire  to 


Poyntz,  obiit  50th  of  Edw.  3d,  1375. 


Sr  Phillip  Clannowe  Knight. 


I 


Robart  Poyntz  of  Glostershyr  Esquier,  sonne=f=Catherin  2d  daugh.  and  coheire  to 


and  heire,  obiit  15  of  Junii  17th  of  H.  6,  A0  1436. 


I 

Nicholas  Poyntz= 
Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire,  obiit 
39  of  H.  6, 1460. 


I 


Thomas  Fitz  Nichol  Esquier. 


Elizabeth,  daugh. 

Thomas  Poyntz= 

=Jocosa 

John 

Blance 

to  Sr  Edward  Mill 

2d  sonne  ob.  37 

da.  to 

3d 

eldest 

of  Glostershr. 

H.  6,  A0  1438. 

sonne. 

dau. 

Knight. 

— 

— 

Morris 

Isabell 

4th  sonne. 

2d  daugh. 

Roger  Poyntz  obiit 
sine  p.  10th  Edw.  4 
A0  1469. 


Isabell,  mar.  to  Richard 
Forster  of  Sodbury 
Parva  in  com.  Gloster. 


Alice  mar.  to  Catherin  mar.  to 
JohnCrosseley.  Rauffe  Grevill, 
ar. 


John  Poyntz,  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire, =j= Alice  dau. 


obiit  5  Edw.  4th  A0  1465. 


Sr  Robart  Poyntz  Knight,  sonne 
and  heire,  obiit  the  ii  of  K.  H.  8. 
A0 1519.  mar.  Margarett  dau.  to 
Anthony  Widville  Erie  Ryvers. 


to  Cock. 


I 

Humfrey  Pontz,  2d  sonne  obiit 
3  of  H.  7,  1487,  mar.  dau.  & 
heire  to  Poltar. 


Thomas  Poyntz  2d  sonne, 
mar.  the  wydow  to  the  lord 
Ferrers  of  Chartley,  obiit 
sine  prole  17th  of  H.  7th  A0 
1501. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
Robart  Veale,  ar. 


270 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1G12. 


I  D 


Sr  Anthony  Poyntz=j=Elizabeth,  dau. 


Knight  sonne  and 
heire,  obiit  26  of 
H.  8.  A0  1534. 


&  coh.  to  Sr 
William  Hud- 
desfilde  Knight. 


Sr  Francis  Poyntz 
Knight,  mar. 
Joanne,  daugh  to 
Mathewe  Browne, 
Knight. 


Humfrey 
3d  sonne. 

Nicholas 
4th  sonne. 


Catherin 
mar.  to  Sr 
Andrew 
Parrott 
Knight. 


Sr  Nicholas  Poyntz- 
Knight  sonne  and 
heire,  obiit  3  et  4 
of  K.  Phillip  et 
Mary. 


Mane,  daugh.  to 
Thomas  Lord 
Barkeley. 


I  I 

Gyles 
2d  sonne. 

Fardinando 
3d  sonne. 


Margarett, 
mar.  to  Sr 
John  New¬ 
ton  Knight. 


Mary,  mar.  to 
Sr  Edward 
Gorges, 
Knight. 


Catherine  dau.=j=John  Poyntz=j=Margareta  dau.  to 


to  S1'  Mathew 
Browne  Knight 
first  wyfe. 


Esquier  2d 
sonne  obiit 
36  H.  8.  A0 
1544. 


Nicholas  Saunder 
of  Charlewood  in 
com.  Surrey,  Mr. 


I  I  I 

Ann,  mar.  to  Sr  John  .... 

Elizabeth  mar.  to  Nicholas 
Wales  Esquier. 

Margareta,  mar.  to  Sr  John 
Sl  Lowe  Knight. 


Mathew  Poyntz  of  Adderley=j=Winifride  [da.  &]  coheire  to  Wylde  of  the 


in  com.  Gloster,  Ar.  Esquier. 


I 

Nicholas  mar. 
to  a  Barkley. 


Countye  of  Surrey  Esquire. 


John 
ob.  s.p. 


Thomas  mar. 
to  a  Bassett. 


Mathew 
ob.  s.p. 


Edward. 


William  Poyntz  of=j=Elizabeth  dau.  and 


Rygate  in  com. 
Surrey  Esquier, 
2d  sonne. 


coheire  to  Thomas 
Newdigate  Esquier. 


Alice  mar.  to  John 
Skynner  of  Rygate 
in  com.  Surrey. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to 
George  Elliott  of 
London. 


r 


Ann  eldest  daugh.  Margarett  2d  daugh. 


Ann,  daugh.  to=j=Sr  Nicholas  Knight=pMargarett  daugh.  to  Frann.  2d  sonne. 


S'RauffeVerney 
Knight,  first 
wyfe. 

sonne  and  heire, 
livinge  A0  d’ni 

1580. 

Edward  Stanley 
Erie  of  Darbye. 

Anthony  3d  sonne. 

John  4th  sonne. 

1  1  1 

Edward  eldest  son  Hughe  Pointez.  Robart  Pointez. 

by  yc  2d  wyfe. 

E  F 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


271 


E  | _ F 


Sr  John  Pointez  Knight, =j=Ursula,  dau.  to  Sr  John  Sidenam  Mary  onely 
sonne  and  heire.  |  of  Somersettsh.  Knight.  Daugh. 


John  Pointez  sonne  and  heire. 


Edmond  William  Anne  eldest  dau.  mar.  to  Sr  Jayne  mar.  Mary,  mar.  to 

5th  sonne  5  [6]  Thomas  Heneage  Knight  not  at  all.  John  Semor, 

obiit  s.p.  sonne.  Secretarye  of  State  to  Q.  E.  al’s  Seymour, 

Chancellor  of  the  Dutchy  ar. 

of  Lanc.=j= 


Elizabeth,  daugh.  and  sole  heire, =j=Sr  Moyle  Finche  Knight  and  Barronnett,  sonne 
Vicecountices  of  Maydestonne  in  to  Sr  Thomas  Finche  of  Kente  Knight. 

Kente. 


Sr  Theophilus  Sr  Thomas  Finche  nowe  Sr  Henage  Finche  John  Finche. 
Finche,  ob.  s.p.  Knighte  and  Barronnett,  Recorder  of  London, 
born  A0  1578. 


aJuarlrs, 

Arms  (7  shields). — 1.  Or,  a  fess  dancette  ermine  between  three  eagles  dose  vert 
[Quarles],  impaling  or  two  bends  azure.  [Doyley.] 

2.  Quarles,  with  a  mullet  for  difference,  impeding  argent  on  a 

chevron  sable  three  bezants.  [Bonde.] 

3.  Quarles,  with  a  mullet  for  difference ,  impeding  argent  on  a 

pale  sable  between  two  pellets  a  demi-lion  couped  or. 
[Allott.] 

4.  Quarles,  with  a  martlet  for  difference,  impaling  quarterlg 

azure  and  or,  in  the  first  quarter  a  mullet  argent.  [Daun- 
dye.] 

5.  Quarterly  of  four — 1  and  4.  Quarles,  with  an  annulet  for 

difference.  2  and  3.  Azure,  a  lion  rampant  between  eleven 
cross  crosslets  argent,  a  crescent  for  difference  [Dalton], 
impaling  azure  three  chevrons  argent,  a  crescent  for  dif¬ 
ference.  [Lewkenor.] 

6.  Quarles,  impeding  sable  a  chevron  ermine  between  three 

esloiles  argent.  [ 

7.  Quarles,  impaling  sable  on  a  chevron  argent  three  martlets 

of  the  first,  on  a  canton  of  the  second  a  demi-lion  rampant 
of  the  first.  [  ] 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 

.  .  .  .  Quarles  of  Northamptonshir  Gentleman. 


George  Quarles  of  Ufforde  in=f=.  .  .  .  daugh 
com.  Northampt.  esquier  to 
Auditor  to  Kinge  Henry 
the  8th. 


Margery,  mar.  to  Richard 
Wingfild  of  Upton  in 
com.  Northampton,  ar. 


Alice  daugh.  to=John  Quarles  of  London  Gentleman=Dorathe,  daugh.  to  Darrell 
Handley  first  and  draper  2  sonne,  obiit  12  of  obiit  ye  6th  of  January 


wyfe,  obiit  I  Novem.  a0  1577,  buryed  in  S4  Peters 
a0  1554,  buryed  j  the  Poore  w4  his  3  wyfes.  he  3db 
w4her  husband.  I  mar.  Agnes,  dau.  to  Greenewaye 
j  ob.  the  18  of  Aprell  a0  1588. 


a0  1570  2d  wyfe  who  lyeth 
buryed  w4  her  husband. 


17  children  5  livinge  a0  1577. 


6  children  3  livinge,  a0  dom.  1577. 


Cyssley  daugh.  to=Pranncis  Quarles  of  Ulforde=Brigett,  dau.  to 


Cruckhorne  of 
N  orthampton- 
shire,  first  wyfe. 


in  com.  Northampton,  ar. 
sonne  and  heire. 


Brampton  of 
Suffolke, 

2d  wyfe. 


Alice,  dau. 
mar.  to  Cope 
of  Aston. 


George  Quarles  esquier,  sonne 
and  heire,  mar.  Cathe.  dau.  to 
Sr  John  Chaworth  of 
Nottinghamshire,  Knight. 


John  Quarles  2d  sonne 
mar.  Ann,  dau.  to 
Roger  North  of 
Nottingham  esquier. 


Franncis  =Ann  dau.  to 
Quarles  of  John  Bur- 
London  nell  of 
London 
marchant. 


Franncis  Quarles 
esquier,  sonne  and 
heire  mar.  Dorcas 
daugh.  to  Jo.  Doyley 
of  Cbislington 
(?  Chiselhampton)  in 
com.  Oxford,  esquier. 


Roger  2d  sonne. 


John  Frauncis  or  Robart=.  .  . .  daugh. 

—  Quarles  of  Loudon  to  Sr  John 

Edward,  marchant,  sonne  Allott  of 

—  heire,  obiit  the  5th  London 

Wini-  of  January  beinge  Knight,  2d 

fred.  Tewsday  morninge  wyfe.  she 

at  S4  Lawrence  after  mar.  to 

Powltney  wher  he  Sr  Henry  Lee 
lyeth  entered  w4  ofLondonK4 

hatchmentsa°1618.  buryed  in 

he  mar.  first  dau.  to  S4  Mary  Axe. 
Bonde. 


James  of 
London. 

Ann, 
mar.  to 
Franncis 
Whetson 
of  Peter¬ 
borough. 


Robart  4th  sonne, 
died  w4owt 


issue. 


Alice  mar.  to  Hum- 
frey  Le  Grosse  of 
Crostwick  in 
Norff.  esq. 


Thomas  Quarles=pAnn,  dau.  to  John  Le 


of  Norwiche, 
4th  sonne. 


Grosse  of  Crostwick 
in  Norffolk  esqu. 


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Edmond  Quarles= 
of  Norwiche  in 
com.  Norffolke 
Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire. 


=Mary,  dau.  to  Thomas 
Daundye  of  Crettingham, 
in  com.  Suffolke,  esqu. 
by  his  wyfe  daugh.  to 
Fastolphe  of  Pettow, 
esquire. 


_ Aj _ 

I  I  I 

Bryan  2  sonne  ob.  s.p. 
Thomas  ob.  s.p. 

Henry  2d  sonne. 


Margarett 

eldest 

daugh. 

Elizabeth 
2d  dau. 


Walter  first  sonne  Edmond 
ob.  s.p.  ob.  s.p. 


Franncis  sonne  Myles  3d 
&  heire.  sonne. 


Elizabeth  Catherin 
eldest  da.  3  dau. 


Thomas  ob.  s.p. 


Johnob.  William  2 
s.p.  sonne. 


Edmond  Mary  2d 

ob.  s.p.  daugh. 


James  Quarles  of  Rumford  in  com.=Joanne  dau.  and  heire  to 
Essex,  esquier  Clarke  of  the  Green  Edward  Dalton  of  Moore 
Clothe  obiit  25th  of  September,  a0  Place  nere  Hadham  in 
1599,  buryed  in  Rumford  Church,  com.  Hartford  esquier. 


Humfry  obiit  s.p. 
John  obiit  s.p. 


Hester,  dau.= 

1 

=Sr  Robart  Quarles= 

=.  .  .  .  daugh  to 

1  1  1 
Arthur. 

1  1 

Mary  2d 

to  Sr  Edward 

of  Rumford  in 

Brewster  and 

— 

dau. 

Lewkenor  of 

com.  Essex  Knt. 

wydowe  to  Sr 

James. 

— 

Higham  hall 

sonne  and  heire 

Thomas  Seek- 

— 

Presilla 

in  com.  Suf- 

mar.  3d'y  .... 

ford  of  Seek- 

Fraun- 

3d  dau. 

folke. 

daugh.  to  Parvis 

ford  in  com. 

cis. 

Knight, 

of  London, 

Suffolke,  K*. 

first  wyfe. 

esquier. 

2  wyffe. 

Martha 
mar.  to  Sr 
CopeDoy- 
leyofChid- 
lington 
(?  Chisel- 
hampton) 
in  com. 
OxfordK1. 


I 

Charles  Quarles 
6th  sonne  mar. 
Magdalyn  dau. 
to  John  Browne 
of  London. 

W 


Jonas  Quarles 
of  Porchmouth 
7  sonne  mar. 
Margarett 
daugh.  to  Wil¬ 
liam  Aylemer 
esqu. 

W 


John  9  sonne 
mar.  Jonne 
daugh.  to 
Farwell  of 
Norff. 


Luce  mar.  to  Law¬ 
rence  Ley  of 
Depinge  in  Lyn- 
colnsh. 

Isabell,  mar.  to 
Humfrey  Bogg  of 
Sutterton  in  com. 
Lyncolne. 


Mabell  mar. 
to  Richard 
Whiting- 
ham  of 
Sutterton 
in  Lyncoln- 
shir. 


Charles.  Judeth.  Mary.  Hanna.  Margarett.  Jonas.  John.  Ann.  Martha. 


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3&atcltff,  Katicltff* 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Argent,  a  tend  engrailed  sable,  in  sinister  chief  an 
escallop  gules.  [Ratcliff.]  2.  Gules ,  a  cross  palonce  between  four  martlets 
argent.  [  ]  3.  Argent ,  a  lion  rampant  gules.  [Havering.] 

4.  Argent,  a  cross  ragulee  gules.  [Laurence.]  5.  Argent,  two  bends  gules, 
in  chief  three  mullets  of  the  second.  [Washington.]  6.  Azure,  a  chevron 
between  three  covered  cups  or  [Butler],  a  crescent  for  difference,  impaling  or 
a  cross  engrailed  vert.  [Nonne.] 

Crest. — On  a  mural  coronet  argent  a  bull's  head  erased  sable,  armed  and  crined  or. 
[Ratcliff.] 

The  descents  from  Thomas  and  Richard,  sons  of  Richard  who  m.  Ann  Laurence 
(omitting  the  descent  of  the  Gerrards),  are  given  as  in  Yis.  of  1558,  and  that  of 
John,  who  m.  Ann  Nonne,  is  continued  thus  : — 


John  Ratlyffe  of  Chappell  in  com.  Essex=j=Ann  daugh.  to  Thomas  Nonne  of 


gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


Martlesham  in  com.  Suffolke. 


Thomas  sonne  and  Robart  2d  sonne  [of  Woodham,  Henry 

heire  [s.p.].  mar.  dau’r  of  Oughan  1684.  3d  sonne. 


Robert.  Richard.  Mary.  Elizabeth.] 


(  The  parts  within  brackets  are  additions,  as  are  the  crest  and  arms.) 


3&aben. 

( See  Bantngc.) 


Rapmonb. 

Included  in  the  Pedigree  given  in  Yis.  of  1558. 

Arms. — Sable,  a  chevron  betiveen  three  eagles  displayed  argent,  on  a  chief  of  the 
second  a  bend  engrailed  betiveen  two  martlets  of  the  first  [Raymond],  impaling 
sable,  on  a  chevron  argent  three  mullets  of  the  first  a  canton  or,  charged  with 
a  lion  gardant  gules.  [Gille.] 

Crest. — A  dragon's  head  erased  or,  ducally  collared  gules.  [Raymond.] 


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275 


3&A>e. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Gules,  a  chevron  vair  between  three  roses  argent  [Reve]  ; 

impaling  sable,  a  fess  clancette  or,  in  chief  three  fleurs  de 
Us  argent.  [Feake.] 

2.  Same,  impaling  Josseline. 

Crest. — A  dragon's  head  erased  argent,  collared  or.  [Reve.] 

John  Reve  of  Long  Melford  in  com.  Suffolke,  Gentleman. 


Walter  Reve  of  Longmelford  in  com.- 
SufFolke,  Gent,  sonne  and  heire. 


daugh.  to  Hide. 


Thomas  Reve,  Alderman  of  Colchester, =f=Margarett,  wydow  to  Shelbery 
sonne  &  he.  obiit  A0  1550.  Alderman  of  Colchester. 


William  Reve  of=j=Rosse,  daugh.  to  Thomas  Armyger  of 
Mollenden  parke  !  Canington  in  com.  Sulfolke  (?  com. 
in  com.  Suffolke  Somerset)  ar.  wydow  to  William  Bishope 


Gent,  sonne  and 
heire. 


Ann,  mar.  to  Randall 
Smith  of  (?  Collens)  in 
com.  Suffolke,  Gent. 


of  Thistheldon  Hall  in  com.  Suffolke  a 
lance  Knight  to  Charles  ye  5  Emperor. 


George  Reve=Amye,  daugh. 


of  Mollenden 
parke  in  com. 
Suffolke 
Gene,  sonne 
and  heire. 


to  George 
Feake  of 
Wyghton  in 
com.  Norffolke 
gent. 


I 

Robart  Revez 
of  Hormed 
parvaincom. 
Hartford, 
Clarke. 


:.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  Russtall. 


Thomas  Reve  doctor 
of  devinitye  whoe 
died  wlowt  issue. 


William=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
Reve,  to  Payne  of 
sonne  Suffolke. 
and  heire. 


George  Rosse 
2d  sonne.  eldest 
daugh. 


I 

Ann 

2d 

daugh. 


Robart  Rosse  mar.  to  Stock- 
sonne  dalle  Auditor  to  ye 
and  Erie  of  Northum- 

heire.  berland. 


Henry  Reve 
4th  sonne 
ob.  s.p. 

William 
5Ul  sonne 
ob.  s.p. 


Franncis  Reve  of 
Hubberts  (Hub¬ 
bards)  hall  in 
Harlow  in  Essex, 
4th  sonne  mar. 
Jonne  daugh.  to 
Rich.  Josseline, 
sonne  to  Rich.  Kl 
of  yc  Bathe  & 
hath  no  Issue. 


John  Reve  of 
London  5th 
sonne,  mar. 

J  udeth 
daugh.  to 
Troce 
(?  Trosse) 
of  London. 


I 

Charles  Reve 
of  Mollenden 
Parke,  mar.  ye 
daugh.  to 
Hamond  one 
of  ye  Masters 
of  Chauncery. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to 
Thomas  Payne  of 
Charsfilde  in  com. 
Suffolke  Ge. 

Margarett  mar.  to 
Thomas  Parker  of 
Bery  S‘  Edmond. 


Robart  sonne  and  heire. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Htcij. 

Arms  (4  shields). — 1 .  Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Gules,  a  chevron  between  three  cross  cross- 
lets  or.  [Rich.]  2.  Argent,  a  chevron  ermine  betiveen  three 
lozenges  sable,  a  bordure  gules.  [Shaa.]  3.  Per  chevron 
sable  and  argent,  three  elephants'  heads  erased  counter  changed 
[Saunders.] 

2.  Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Rich.  2  and  3.  Sable,  on  a  chevron 

engrailed  between  three  demi-grijfins  or,  as  many  martlets 
gules  [Baldry],  a  crescent  for  difference;  impaling — 
Argent,  on  a  chevron  azure  between  three  roses  gules,  stalked 
and  leaved  vert,  as  many  fleurs  de  lis  or.  [Cope.] 

3.  Quarterly  as  the  last,  without  the  difference,  impaling  quarterly 

of  twelve.  1.  Azure,  a  chevron  between  three  garbs  or. 
[Hatton.]  2.  Barry  of  four  argent  and  gules,  three  fusils 
conjoined  in  fess  in  chief  and  as  many  in  base  all  counter- 
changed.  [Crispen].  3.  Argent,  between  four  martlets 
a  cross  flewry  gules.  [Goleborne.]  4.  Argent,  an  eagle 
displayed  sable,  collared  or.  [Brune.]  5.  Argent,  on  a 
bend  sable  three  covered  cups  of  the  first.  [Riston.]  6. 
Sable,  a  cross  engrailed  ermine.  [Hallom.]  7.  Or,  a 
saltire  sable.  [Helesbie.]  8.  Sable,  a  fess  couped  argent, 
a  crescent  for  difference.  [Bostock.]  9.  Azure,  five  cinque¬ 
foils  in  cross  argent.  [Holdenby.]  10.  Argent,  three 
bendlets  sable,  on  a  canton  of  the  second  a  castle  of  the  first. 
[De  la  Carvile.]  11.  Argent,  on  a  chief  gules  three 
fleurs  delis  or.  [Wassingley.]  12.  Vert,  a  tortoise  passant 
argent,  a  crescent  for  diff.  [Gawdye.] 

4.  Quarterly  as  number  2,  impaling,  Argent,  a  chevron  azure 

betiveen  three  trefoils  slipped  goer  pale  gules  and  vert  counter- 
changed.  [Rowe.] 

Crest. — A  wyvern  rising  argent.  [ 

Richard  Rich  of  London=f= 
buried  in  Sl  Lawrence 
Church  there. 


Richard  Rich  shreive  of  London=p 
A0  1441,  20  H.  6.  ob.  2  E.  4, 
1461.  built  Almeshouses  in  Hod- 
desdon  in  com.  Hertford. 


John  Rich  of  London  mercer  son  &  heire  died  in  the=p  2  Hugh.  3  Robert, 

life  time  of  his  father  buried  in  the  Mercers’  Chappell, 
obiit  29  Julii  1458. 


Thomas  Rich  of  London=j=Margaret,  da.  of  and  coheire  of  Katherin  mar.  to 
nephew  &  heire  to  Richard  i  Sr  Edmound  Shaa  of  London,  William  Marrowe  of 
his  grandfather.  I  Kl  and  Maior,  13  Ed.  4.  1483.  London,  Alderman. 

A  b 


] 

This  Richard  Riche  has  certaine  lands  in 
Hodesden  that  after  his  death  were  devided 
betweene  the  heires  of  John  Riche,  his 
sones  as  appeareth  by  a  deede  remayning 
in  the  hand  of  Mr  Riche  of  Hodon  (? 
Horndon)  in  Essex. 


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277 


I  A 


Robert  Rich  of  Welch 
in  Essex,  Esquire, 
where  he  lieth  buried. 


:Rachell  da.  of  Thomas 
Newburgh  of  Barkley 
in  com.  Somerset  Esq. 


Catherin  first  mar.  to  ...  .  Barker, 
secondly  to  Sr  Rafe  Wiseman  of 
Ravenhall  (Rivenhall)  in  Essex  Kl 


1 

Edward  Rich  of= 

=Joane,  da.  &  heire 

1 

Margaret 

1  1 

Mary  and  Frances 

Elizabeth 

Horndon  super 

to  Edward  Saun- 

ob.  s.p. 

both  died  without 

mar.  to 

montem,  com. 
Essex,  Esq.  ob. 
a0  1599. 

ders  of  London, 
Esq. 

yssue. 

Charles 

Wingfeild, 

Ar. 

Edward 
Rich  of 
Horndon 
eldest 
sone. 


Sr  Robert  Rich=.  .  .  . 
Knight  one  of  da.  to 
the  Mrs  of  the  .... 
Chauncery. 


Anne,  mar. 
to  Henry 
Baker  of 
Buers  in 
Essex,  Esq. 


4  Grace. 


Edmund. 


John  & 
Thomas. 


5  Frances.  Thomas.  — 


6  Barbara.  Richard. 

7  Elizabeth.  Richard. 


Juliana 
&  Fayth. 


All  died  without 
yssue. 


I 

Anne,  mar.  to 
Mr  Urswick, 
Baron  of  yc 
Exchequer. 


Margaret,  1st  mar.  to 
....  Boston  of  Lon¬ 
don,  marchant.  2d 
to  John  Walden  of 
London  Alderman. 


Sr  Richard  Riche  Knight, =Elizabeth,  dau. 
was  by  Kinge  Edw.  6.  and  heire  to 
created  Lorde  Riche  A0  William  Jenkes 
1547,  and  Lord  Chaun-  of  London, 
cellor  of  Englande. 

2d  sonne. 


1  Margery  maried 
to  Henry  Pigot  of 
Abington  in  com. 
Cambridge,  Esq. 

2  Agnes  maried  to 
Edmund  Mordant 
of  Thunderley  in 
Essex,  Esq. 


3  Mary  wife  to  Sr 
Thom.  Wroth  of 
Enfield  Knight. 

4  Wenefride  mar. 
to  hir  first  husb. 
Henry  Dudley 

2d  to  Roger  Lord 
North. 


I  i 

5  Dorothey  wife  to 
Barley  of  Kimton 
in  com.  Hertford 
Esq. 

6  Etheldred  wife  to 
Robert  Drury  of 
Hawsted,  co.  Suff. 
Esq. 


I  I 

7  Elizabeth  wife  to 
Robert  Peyton  of 
Iselham  in  com. 
Cambridge  Esq. 

8  Anne  wife  to 
Thomas  Picot  of 
Straton  com. 
Bedford,  Esq. 


I 

9  Frances 
wife  to 
John  Lo. 
Darcy  of 
Chich. 


Robart : 

the  2  nd 

Lord 

Riche 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


=  Elizabeth,  dau. 
and  heire  to 
George  Baldery 
of  London, 
Alderman.  She 
2dly  maryed  to 
Robart  Forth. 


Thomas  Riche 
mar.  ye  dau. 
to  Fisher  and 
died  before  his 
father. 


I 


Sr  Hughe  Rich 
Knight  of  the 
Bathe,  maryed 
Ann,  dau.  to 
John  Went¬ 
worth  of  Cod- 
ham  and  his  co- 
heire,  obiit  s.p. 


I 

Barbara 
Riche  the 
tenth 
dau. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


I  0 


I 

Robert  Lord  Riche=FPenellope, 


Barron  of  Lee  in 
com.  Essex.  Created 
by  letters  Pattent  at 
Salesbery  ye  6  of 
August,  A0  1618, 
Erie  of  Warwick. 


dau.  to 
Walter  Erie 
of  Essex. 
She  died 
A0  d’ni 
1607. 


Richard  Riche  Sr  Edwine  Riche  of 
mar.  Catherin  Braken  Ashe  in 
daugh.toThom.  North  Knight  mar. 
Knyvett  of  Margarett  dau.  to 
North  Esq.  Charles  Wolriche  of 
he  died  before  Suffolke  Esq. 
his  father. 


Elizabeth, 
onely  dau. 


Sr  Henry  Rich  Knight  of  the  2  Essex  3  Penelope,  mar. 
Bath,  Baron  of  Kensington,  wife  to  to  Sr  Gervace 
Earle  of  Holland,  Knight  of  Sr  Tho.  Clifton  Knight 
the  Garter,  Captaine  of  the  Cheeke  and  baronet. 

Guard,  mar . da.  and  Knight. 

heire  of  Sr  Walter  Cope  of 
Kensington. 


4  Isabell,  mar.  to  Sr 
Thomas  Smith  of 
Sutton  in  Kent,  Kl 
son  and  heire  to  Sr 
Thomas  Smith  of 
London,  Knight. 


Frauncis,  dau.  and=pRobart  Lord  Rich= Susan  daur. 


heire  to  Sr  William 
Hatton  Knight,  by 
the  dau.  and  he.  of 
Gawdye  first  wyfe. 


of  Lees  m  com. 
Essex,  and  nowe 
Earle  of  Warwicke 
liveinge,  1627 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Sr  Henrye 
Rowe  of 
Lon.wydowe 
to  Will’m 
Holyday, 
shrive  of 
London,  A0 
1617.  2dwyfe. 


Sr  Charles  Riche 
Knight  of  ye 
Bathe  Slayne  in 
ye  Ilande  of  Ree 
in  Fraunce  1627. 


Lettices, 
eld. 
daugh. 
mar.  to 
Sr  George 
Cary  of 
Devon¬ 
shire 
Knight. 


Robart  Lord  Riche,  Henry  Charles 
sonne  &  heire.  2d  sonne.  3d  sonne. 


Ann,  eldest  daugh.  mar.  to  Lucye 
Edward  Lo.  Maundeville.  2d  daugh. 


Rtficfcon. 


{See  Brockman.) 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


279 


agloijerts. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  three  pheons  sable,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a 
greyhound  courant  of  the  first,  collared  gules,  a  mullet  for  difference. 
[Roberts.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  azure  between  three  torteaux, 
as  many  cinquefoils  of  the  first,  a  chief  chequy  or  and  azure,  a  mullet  for 
difference  [  ],  impaling  Wiseman. 

Crest. — A  leopard’s  head  gcirdant  and  erased  argent,  clwrged  with  torteaux. 
[Roberts.] 


William  Robarts  auditor=j=Joane  daughter  to  Perient  of 


to  Kinge  Henry  the  7th. 


Digswell  in  com.  Hartford. 


Thomas  Robarts  of  Littell  Braxsted  in=pAnn,  daugh.  to  (John) 
com.  Essex  ar.  auditor  to  K.  Hen.  8  sonne  Aspelin  of  Heydon  in 
and  Heire.  com.  Essex,  esquier. 


Clement  Robarts  of=j=Mary,  daugh.  to 


Littell  Braxsted,  in 
com.  Essex  gent, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Michell  of  Stamerham 
(?  Stambourn)  in  com. 
Essex,  ar. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Phillip  mar.  to 
Robart  Madey  of  Christopher  Daw- 
Essex,  2dly  to  byney  of  Nor- 
Henry  Stapleton,  flfolke  Esq. 


Thomas  Robarts  of=j= Alice  daugh. 

1  1  1 

Clement  2  sonne. 

1 

Mary  mar.  to 

Elizabeth. 

Littell  Braxsted,  in 

and  coheir  to 

— 

Robart  Vi- 

— 

com.  Essex  Gent. 

Hobson  of 

Jeromye3  sonne. 

gerisofLang- 

Margarett. 

sonne  and  heire. 

Shipley  in  com. 
Sussex. 

Henry  4  sonne. 

ham  in  Essex, 
Esquier. 

Anne  died 
unmar. 

Thomas  Roberts  of=Martha,  dau.  to  Wil-  William  2  sonne. 
Littell  Braxsted,  in  liam  Wiseman  of  May-  — 

com.  Essex  Gent.  lande  in  com.  Essex  Michell  3  sonne. 
sonne  and  heire.  Esquier. 


Martha,  mar.  to 
John  Ponder  of 
Brayntre  in 
Essex,  gent. 


3&ocl)tster. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Chequy  argent  and  gules,  on  a  fess  vert  three  escallops  or. 
[Rochester.]  2.  Argent,  a  fess  between  three  crescents  sable.  [Rochester.] 
3.  Sable,  a  bend  argent,  depressed  by  another  wavy  of  the  first,  in  sinister 
chief  a  cross  crosslet  fitchee  of  the  second.  [Writtell.]  4.  Argent,  a  lion 
rampant  between  three  crosses  palee  sable  [Newton],  impaling  per  fess  sable 
and  or  a  pale  engrailed  between  three  eagles  displayed  counterchanged. 
[Stonard.] 

Crests. — 1.  A  cubit  arm  in  armour  holding  in  the  gauntlet  a  marigold,  a  rose,  and 
a  pomegranate,  all  proper,  leaved  vert  and  environed  with  a  ducal 
coronet  or.  [Rochester.] 

2.  A  demi-buck  salient  azure,  collared  and  attired  or.  [Stonard.]  p’  Rob. 
Cooke,  Clar. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


John  Rochester  of  Tarlinge  in  com.  Essex, 
Gentleman,  the  22  of  Henry  7,  a0  1506. 


William  Rochester=p Alice  dau.  &  heire 


of  Tarlinge  in  com. 
Essex,  Gent.  2a 


sonne. 


to  StafForde  of 
Ultinge  hall  in 
com.  Essex. 


Gilbert  3d  sonne. 

Thomas  4th 
sonne. 


....  daugh.  mar.  to 
....  Francke  of 
Tarlinge  tempore 
H.  8. 


William  Rochester 
of  Tarlinge  mar. 
ye  daught.  toSames 
of  Hatfild  Bury  in 
Essex. 


Thomas  2nd  of  Tarl¬ 
inge  in  Essex  mar. 
the  dau.  to  Cooke 
of  Tarlinge  in 
Essex. 


Richard 

of 

Tarlinge 
3d  sonne. 


John 

obiit 

s.p. 


~r _  ~r 


Samuell  sonne  William  sonne  Thomas 

and  heire.  &  heire.  2  sonne. 


Ann  mar.  to  Richard 
Oughorne  (Ougham) 
of  Woodham  Walter 
in  com.  Essex. 

=r 


Elizabeth  dau. 
and  he. 


Robart  Rochester  of  Tarlinge  in  com.  Essex,  Esquier,  Sargant  of 
the  Pantre  to  K.  Henry  the  8  buryed  in  Gl  Sl  Hellens  in  London. 


John  Rochester  of  Tarlinge  in=f=.  .  .  .  dau.  &  coheire 


com.  Essex,  Esquier  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Walter  Writtell. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Edward 
Moygne  of  Cornewall. 


Thomas  Rochester  al’s=j=Elizabeth  dau.  and  heire 
William  of  Tarlinge  in  to  Thomas  Newton  of 
Essex  Esquier,  sonne  Somersetshire  Esquier. 
and  heire. 


Sr  Robart  Rochester  Knight  2d 
sonne  whoe  lived  in  the  3d  yeare 
of  K.  Phillip  and  Mary  a0 
1555. 


Thomas  Rochester  2d 
sonne  a  Preste. 

John  3d  sonne. 


Grizell,  mar.  first 
to  Joblyn,  2dly  to 
.  .  .  .  Pease. 


John  Rochester 
Tarlinge  in  com. 
Essex,  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


of=p Phillip  Daugh.  to 
Richard  Whateley 
Gent. 


Elizabeth  mar.  Margarett  mar.  Phillip  mar.  1st  to  Thomas  Shawe  Mary 
to  Fremling  of  to  James  Lord  of  Tarlinge,  2dly  to  Christo  Blake  un- 
Kente.  of  London.  of  Tarlinge  in  Essex  Gentleman.  maryed. 


Emery  Rochester  of  Tarlynge=pMary  daugh.  to  Abell  Edward  2d 
in  com.  Essex,  Esquier  sonne  of  Warmingford  in  sonne. 
and  heire.  com.  Essex  Esquier. 


Ann  mar.  to 
Whitbred  of 
Essex. 


John  Rochester  of  Tarlinge=Frauncis,  daugh.  to  Frauncis  Stonard 
in  com.  Essex,  Esquier,  of  Knowles  hill,  in  com.  Essex  in  the 
sonne  and  heire.  Parish  of  Stapleford,  esquier. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


281 


Hone. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Argent,  three  lucks  trippani proper  [Rone],  impaling  sable  a 
fret  argent,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Harrington.] 

2.  Rone,  with  a  crescent  for  difference,  impaling  argent  a  chevron 
gules  between  three  hurts,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [ 

Crest. — A  buck's  head  proper ,  holding  in  his  mouth  an  oak  branch  vert,  acorns  or. 
[Rone.]  Granted  6  November  1598. 


Anthony  Rone  of  Whiston,  Gent, 
mar.  and  had  Issue  as  followeth. 


Humfrey  Rone  of  Whiston  in  com.=pMarian,  dau.  to  Selby 


Yorke,  Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


of  Yorkshire. 


Alice  daugh.=Anthony  Rone  of=pAwdrey,  2d  daugh.  to  Thomas 


to  Dale,  first 
wyfe  obiit 
s.p. 


Howneslow  in  com. 
Midelsex  Esqu. 
sonne  and  heire, 
Auditor  to  Q. 
Elizabeth. 


Fernley  of  Cretinge  Sl  Marys  in 
com.  Suffolk,  esquier.  She  after 
mar.  to  Sr  Edmond  Brudenell  of 
Deane  in  com.  Northampton, 
Knight. 


I 

Frauncis 

Rone, 

2d  sonne. 


Jeromy  Rone  of  Longford 
in  com.  Shropsh.  Esquire, 
mar.  Ellenor  dau.  &  he.  to 
Sr  Thomas  Baskerville  of 
Herefordsh.  Kl  wydow  to 
Thomas  Talbot 
ford,  Esquier. 


of  Long- 


Humfrey  Rone 
Chapline  to  ye 
Bishop  of 
Lychfild  and 
Coventrye. 


Ann.  mar.  to 
Ambrose 
Mannington  of 
Lower  Man¬ 
nington  in 
Cornewall 
Gent. 


Anthony  Rone  of 
London  Esquier 
mar.  daugh.  to 
Sr  John  Rogers 
of  Kente  Knight. 


~r 


Thomas  Rone  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire  apparant. 


Edward  Rone  of  Stamborne  Hall=pAnn,  daugh.  to  Robart  Harrington  of  Whitham 
in  com.  Essex,  Esquier  sonne  and  in  com.  Lyncolne  Esquier.  She  was  mar.  1590 
heire  whoe  died  in  Ireland.  but  theye  lived  not  together  till  a0  1600. 


Edward  Rone  Anthony  Mary  1  dau. 
sonne  and  he.  2d  sonne.  — 

Temperance 
2d  daugh. 


Dorathe  and  Fraun.  ob.  s.p. 
Awdrey,  — 

obierunt.  Dorathe  3d  daugh. 

livinge. 


282 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Rotubotfjant. 

Arms. — Per  fesse  argent  and  sable  a  fess  counter-embattled  betiveen  three  roe¬ 
bucks,  all  counierchanged,  a  mullet  for  difference  [Rowbotham],  impaling 
argent  on  a  fess  gules  three  pheons  of  the  first.  [Speyte.] 


James  Rowbotham  of=p.  .  .  .  dau.  to  Carmarthen 
Upminster,  in  com.  syster  to  Car.  of  the  Cus- 
Essex,  Gentleman.  tom  house  London. 


William  Rowbotham  of  Upminster  in  com.  Essex, =j=Margery,  daugh.  to  Pollard  of 
Gent,  sonne  &  heire.  Darbyshir  gent. 


Jayne. 

Rachell. 


Richard  Rowbotham  of=pJanne,  daugh.  to  Thomas  Speyte 


Upminster  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex,  Gent,  sonne  and 
heire. 


of  London  Gent.  She  2dly  mar. 
to  Samuell  Linacre  of  London 
Gent. 


Ann  mar.  to 
John  Doore 
of  Cran- 
ham. 


Edward  Rowbotham  of  Upminster,  Thomas,  2d  sonne 
sonne  and  heire,  obiit  s.p.  obiit  s.p. 


Roc. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  tivelve — 1  and  12.  Gules,  a  quatrefoil  or.  [Rowe.]  2.  Rowe, 
as  under  Rich.  3.  Azure,  a  lion  rampant  argent,  billetee  sable.  [Goldwell.] 

4.  Azure,  per  fess  gules  and  azure  three  fleurs  de  lis  argent.  [ 

5.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  gules  three  sinister  hands  appaumee  argent.  [ 

6.  Or,  a  cross  engrailed  gules,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [  ]  7.  Gules, 

a  lion  statant  gardanl  or,  crowned  argent.  [  ]  8.  Argent,  a  bend 

gules  cotised  nebule  sable.  [  ]  9.  Or,  a  fteur  de  lis  sable.  [ 

10.  Gules,  three  sinister  hands  appaumee  ermine.  [  ]  11.  Or,  three 

bars  sable.  [  ] 

Crest. — A  buck's  head  erased  azure,  attired  argent,  a  mullet  upon  a  crescent  for 
difference.  [Rowe.] 


[Robert  Roe  of  Charcot  (?  Charlcote)=pAnne  his 
second  son  of  Reynold.  relict. 


Sr  Thomas  Roe  Knight  sometime=j=Mary,  daughter  of  Avice,  wife  to  Nicholas 
Lord  Maior  of  London,  his  eldest  Sr  John  Gresham,  Luddington  of  London, 
son.  Knight. 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


283 


A 


1.  John 

2.  Sr  Henry 

3.  w!lliam= 

=Anne,  dau’r 

1 

4.  Ro- 

Mary 

Elizabeth 

Roe 

Roe,  Knight 

Roe  of 

of  ...  . 

bert 

wife  to 

wife  to  S1' 

eldest 

Major  of 

Higham 

Cheney  of 

Roe. 

Thomas 

William 

son. 

London. 

hill,  co. 

Chesham- 

=r 

Randall. 

Garret  of 

Essex. 

boys  com. 

i 

Dorney 

Nl/ 

Bucks. 

co.  Bucks. 

Sr  John  Roe  Knight.  Sr  William  Roe  of  Higham  Hill,  Knight.  —  ] 
( The  whole  of  this  entry  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


^ants,  Mantes. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Or,  a  lion  rampant  sable,  imbrued  on  the 
breast  yules.  [Sames.]  2  and  3.  Gules,  two  barbels  hau- 
riant,  addorsed  argent  [Averell],  a  crescent  for  difference, 
impelling  argent,  on  a  fess  sable  a  lion  passant  of  the  field, 
a  crescent  for  difference.  [Garrard.] 

2.  Quarterly  as  above,  without  the  difference,  impaling  sable  a 
chevron  between  three  pelicans  or,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
[Meade.] 

Crest. — A  man's  head  in  a  helmet  proper,  garnished  or,  on  the  top  a  plume  of  feathers 
sable.  [Sames.] 

John  Sames  of  Tottham  in  com.  Essex  Gentleman. 


Richard  Sames  of  Tottham,  in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman, 
sonne  and  heire  Alice  Cooke  his  2d  wife. 

IT 


John  Sames  of  Lankeford= 
(Langford)  hall  in  com. 
Essex  Gent.  2d  sonne. 

=Margarett  daugh. 
to  John  Pascall  of 
Much  Baddow  in 
com.  Essex 
Gentlem. 

Thomas  Sames= 
of  Tothamhall 
in  com.  Essex 
Gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 

=Margery,  daugh. 
to  Gefforey  of 
Westhaningfilde 
in  com.  Essex. 

John  Sames= 

=.  .  .  .  daugh.  Richard  Saines= 

=Ann  dau. 

1 

Robart  Sames 

1 

of  Lanck- 

and  heire  to  of  Cockshall 

to  John 

of  Boreham 

a  dau. 

ford  hall,  in 

Bartholmew  (?  Coggeshall) 

Brett  of 

in  Essex,  3d 

mar. 

com.  Essex, 

Averell  of 

hall  in  com. 

Tolshunt 

sonne, 

mar. 

to 

ar.  sonne 

Somersetsh. 

Essex  2d  sonne. 

Maior  in 

Margery 

Allen 

and  heire 
buryed  wl 
Harrolds 
at  littell 
Tottham. 

A 

esquier. 

B 

Essex 

Gent. 

daugh.  to 
Carver  of 

Essex  widow 
to  Christo¬ 
pher  Bicknor 
of  Essex. 

of 

Essex. 

c 

284 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


Sr  John  Sames=Elizabeth, 


Ellen  dau.to=John  Sames=Elizabeth 


of  Lanckford 

dau.  to  Sr 

mar.  to  Golding  of 

of  Tolshunt 

dau.  to 

hall,  in  com. 

John  Gar- 

Wil-  Poslingford 

Maior  in 

James  Mor- 

Essex,  Kl 

rard  of 

liam  in  Suffolk 

Essex 

ley  of 

sonne  and 

London 

Wroth  first  wyfe  his 

sonne  and 

Bishops 

heire. 

Knight  and 

esqu.  name  was 

heire. 

Stortford  in 

Alderman, 

Thom. 

com.  Hart- 

mar.  21st  of 

Golding. 

ford  ar. 

July  a0 1595. 

wydow  to 

Sebrite. 

S1'  Garratt  Sames= 

=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  George  Sames  of  Tols-  Mary 

1  1 

John  onely 

of  Lanckford 

Champernone,  hunt  Major,  sonne  — 

sonne. 

hall  in  com. 

widow  to 

and  heire. 

Ellenor 

— 

Essex,  Knight 

Auditor 

— 

obiit 

Elizabeth 

6onne  and  heire. 


Saxsey. 


John,  2d  sonne,  obiit 

B.p. 


s.p. 


onelye  dau. 


Richard  Sames.=pFrauncis  da.  of  Tho.  Still. 

I 


Garrat.  Richard. 


I 

Frances. 


Richard  Sames  of  Tott-=Margarett  daugh.  to 


ham  hall  in  com.  Essex 
Gent,  sonne  and  heire. 


Lawrence  of  Barrow 
hall  in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman. 


I 

William  Sames 
of  Marks  Tey 
in  com.  Essex 
Gent.  2d  sonne. 


Thomas  Sames, 
of  Tottham, 

3d  sonne. 


John  Sames  of=Grace,  daugh.  to 


Much  Waltham 
in  Essex  Gentle, 
sonne  and  heire. 


George  Meade  of 
Much  Easton  in 
Essex,  Gent. 


Thomas  Sames  of  Col¬ 
chester  mar.  daugh.  to 
Deekes  of  Witham  in 
Essex,  and  had  issue 
Richard. 


Susan,  mar.  to  John 
Mott,  of  Goldfinger 
(Goldanger)  in 
Essex,  Gentle. 


1 

John  Sames 
sonne  and 
heire. 

2  I  3  |  4  | 
Mathias. 

Anthony. 

Samuell. 

5  |  6  | 
William. 

Thomas 
Christened 
28th  of  Aug. 
1614. 

1 

Mary  mar.  to 
Thomas  Layston 
of  Muckinge  in 
Essex. 

1  1  1 
Debora. 

Isabell. 

Mildred. 

John  Sames  of  Hatt- 
feild  Peverell  in 
Essex,  4th  sonne 
mar.  daugh  to  Ste- 
dolphe. 


daugh.  to=Henry  Sames  of  Gipp- 


Hale  of  Malden 
in  Essex  first 
wyfe. 


crakes  in  Much  Tott¬ 
ham,  in  com.  Essex, 
Gent.  5  th  sonne. 


=Ann  daugh.  to 
Strutte  of 
Abberton  in 
com.  Essex 
2d  wyfe. 


D 


E 


F 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


285 


R\ 


E 


F 


Henry  Sames 

Thomas 

William 

Edward  Sames  of= 

=Bennett  dau.  to 

Eliza¬ 

of  ye  Inward 

obiit 

obiit 

London,  Gent. 

John  Wright  of 

beth 

Temple, 

s.p. 

s.p. 

sonne  and  heire 

Hornchurch  in 

onely 

obiit  s.p. 

dwelinge  in 

com.  Essex, 

dau. 

Gracechurch 

Ge. 

Streete. 


Margarett.  Martha. 


Edward  Sames  of=pSusan  dau.  to  William  Peter  7th 
Tottham  hall  in  Allett  of  Ryvenhall  sonne 

Essex,  6th  sonne.  in  Essex  Gent.  obiits.p. 


Mary,  mar.  to 
Richard  Thorn¬ 
ton  of  Essex. 


I 

William  Sames  of=j=Margarett  daugh.  to  Peter 
Tottham  hall  Witham  of  Cressinge  in 

sonne  and  heire.  Essex,  Gent. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to  Benjamin 
Kinge  of  Sowth  Minster, 
Gent. 


Thomas  sonne  and  heire.  William  2d  sonne.  Susan  eldest  dau.  Margarett  2d  daugh. 


anRfotlj 


♦ 


Arms. — Per  chevron  sable  and  ermine,  on  a  chevron  or  an  escallop  gules,  in  chief  two 
boars'  heads  erased  of  the  third.  [Sandford.] 

Crest. — A  boar’s  head  erased  sable,  in  the  mouth  a  broken  spear  or,  headed  argent, 
goute  gules.  [Sandford.] 


Thomas  Sandford  of  Colchester=pAlice,  daugh.  to  John  Chambers  of 
in  com.  Essex,  gent.  Harleston  in  com.  Norifolke  gent. 


George  Sandford  of= 
Bassitts  in  Willin- 
gall  in  com. 

Essex,  ar.  sonne 
and  heire. 


= Alice,  daugh.  to 
George  Linne  of 
Southwick  in 
Northampton. 


Edmond 
2d  sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


Susan  mar.  to  Thomas  Aldurst. 

Judeth,  mar.  to  (?)  Batterim  of 
Cockshall. 


Anne,  unmar. 


George  sonne  Robart  2d  Edmond  3d  Arthur  4th  Alice  eldest  Mathew  2d 

and  heire.  sonne.  sonne.  sonne.  daugh.  daugh. 


286 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Hants,  Haitbfs. 

Arms. — Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Or,  a  fess  dancetle  between  three  cross  crosslets  fitche 
gules.  [Sands.]  2  and  3.  Gules,  ten  fleurs  de  Its  or,  2,  3,  2,  3,  a  label  for 
difference  azure  [Gerrard],  impaling  gules,  two  lions  passant  ermine  croivned 
or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Felton.] 

Crest. — A  griffin  segreant  or.  [Sands.] 

Same  as  in  Yis.  of  1558,  spelling  the  name  Sands  throughout,  but  gives  ....  Sandes 
the  Christian  name  of  William,  and  additions  describe  him  as  of  S*  Bees,  and  his 
wife  as  d.  &  h.  of  William  Rawson ;  also  gives  William  Sandes  of  Harwich  a  son 
and  heir  Thomas,  and  a  second  son  William  by  Ann  his  wife,  and  describes  Edwin 
Sandes  the  Bishop  as  “Bishop  of  Worcester  translated  to  London  A0  1570,  from 
thence  to  York  1576,  ob.  a0  1580,  mar.  Mary  dau.  to  .  .  .  .”  This  last  statement  is 
an  error.  See  Monuments  in  Woodham  Ferris  Church  to  the  Bishop  and  his  family 
(including  sons  not  mentioned  in  either  Yis.)  in  the  Hist,  of  Essex,  8vo,  1770, 
vol.  i.,  p.  201. 


mptr,  Hap  if. 


Arms. — Quarterly,  1  and  4.  Gules,  a  chevron  between  three  peewits  proper.  [Sayer.] 
2  and  3.  Azure,  a  bend  between  three  ivolves'  heads  erased  or  [Westden], 
impaling,  quarterly,  Higham  and  Francis. 

Crest. — A  cubit  arm  erect  proper  Iwlding  a  dragon's  head  erased  vert.  [Sayer.] 

....  Sayre,  of  Colchester  in  Essex,  Gentleman. 


George  Sayre  offf7  Agnis  daugh.  and  co- 


Colchester  in 
com.  Essex, 
gentle,  sonne  & 
heire. 


heire  to  John  West¬ 
den  of  Lyncolnshir, 
Gent. 


I 

John  Sayer  of=p Jayne,  dangh.  and  coheire 
Colchester,  to  John  Westden  of  Lyn- 


2d  sonne. 


coin  Gentleman. 


Thomas  Sayre=j=Catherin  Sr  George  Sayre=pDorathe  dau. 


of  Bawton  (? 
Barton  in  com. 
Suffolke  Gent. 
2d  sonne. 


dau.  to 
John 
Shorte 
Gent. 


of  Aldham  in 
com. Essex,  Knt. 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Sr  John 
Higham  of 
Barrowhall 
in  com.  Suf¬ 
folke, Knight. 


Frauncis  mar.  to 
Hobart  Browne  of 
Colchester  in  Essex. 

Mary,  mar.  to  John 
Prettyman  of  Thorn- 
don  in  Suffolke 
Gentle. 


John  Sayre  of=j=Hester,  dau.  to  Robart 


Colchester  ar. 
sonne  and  he. 


Honiwood  of  Marks 
Hall  in  Essex. 


I 


I  I 

George 
2d  sonne. 

Higham 
3d  sonne. 


I  I 

Frauncis 
4th  sonne. 

Richard 
5th  sonne. 


I  I 

Ann 

Susan. 


Dorathe  onely  daugh.  A0  1614. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


287 


L* ^ . . . . 

William  sonne  John  Rosse.  Frauncis.  Phillip.  Catherin. 
&  heire.  2a  sonne. 


Richard  Sayre  of  Col-=j=Ellen,  daugh.  to 


Chester  in  Essex  Gentle¬ 
man,  sonne  and  heire, 
obiit  A0  1601.  Mar. 
first  Alice  dau.  to 
Sponer.=j= 


Sallows  of  Brick- 
ellsey  in  Essex 
(Brightlingsea) 
2aiy  mar.  to  John 
Markham,  Gent. 


William  Margarett 
ob.  s.p.  mar.  to 
Lawrence 
of  Saffron 
Walden, 
com.  Essex, 


Ann,  2  daugh. 
mar.  to  John 
Spencer  of 
Colchester. 


Here  lyeth  the  Boody  of  Richard  Sayre  A  sonne  Jamie  daugh. 

Gentle  whoe  was  buryed  the  7th  of  Sep-  died  wl  and  sole  heire. 

tember,  A0 1601  he  had  to  his  first  wyfe  owt  Issue. 

Alice  Sponer  by  whom  he  had  issue  one 
sonne  ob.  s.p. 


Hcott. 

Arms. — Quarterly ,  1  and  4.  Per  pale  indented  argent  and  sable,  a  saltire  counter- 
changed.  [Scott.]  2.  Gules,  three  boars'  heads  erased  of  the  field,  seme'e  of 
cross  crosslets  argent.  [Swinbourn.]  3.  Gules,  a  fee  argent  cotised  or 
between  two  frets  of  the  second  [Drax],  impaling  argent,  a  fess  gules  between 
three  eagles  displayed  sable.  [Leedes.] 

Crest. — An  arm  erect,  couped  at  the  elbow,  vested  gules,  cuffed  ermine,  holding  a  roll 
argent,  environed  with  park  pales  of  the  last.  [Scott.] 


William  Scott  of  Stapleford- 
in  com.  Essex,  Esq. 


Alargery,  daugh.  and  heire  to  Thomas 
Swinbourn  of  Yorkshir. 


I 

John  Scott  of=f=Margarett 
Stapleford  in  !  dau.  and 

com.  Essex  1  heire  to 

Esquier,  |  Thomas 

sonne  and  Drax  or 

heire.  Drane  of 

Barkshir. 
Gent. 


William  2a  sonne. 

Edward  3d  sonne. 
obiit  s.p. 

John  and  George 
all  obierunt. 


Hughe  Scott  of 
Leystone  in 
com.  Suffolke 
6  sonne  whose 
Issue  doeth 
still  remayne 
there. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
Thomas  Fenne  of 
Essex. 

Margarett,  mar.  to 
Thomas  Wyatt  of 
Barkinge  Esquier. 


Thomas  Scott  of  Stapleford  in  com.  Essex, 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


-.  .  .  .  Daugh.  to  Sr  Nicholas 
Urswick,  Knight. 


Walter  Scott  of  Stapleford  in  com.=pElizabeth,  daugh.  to  Sr  Edward 
Essex  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  Belknappe,  Knight. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Roger  Scott  of  Staple- 
ford  in  com.  Essex, 
Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire. 


La 

=Elizabeth,  dan.  to 
John  Leedes  of 
Steynings  in  com. 
Sussex  ar. 


Edward 
2d  sonne. 

John 
3d  sonne. 


Richard  Ellenor  mar.  to 
4th  sonne.  Michell. 

Walter  Mary  2d  daugh. 
5th  sonne.  unmaryed. 


George  sonne  and  heire,  Roger 
mar . dau.  to  2d  sonne. 


William  Richard 
3d  sonne.  4th  sonne. 


t 


Elizabeth. 


isclmgljt. 

(For  Crest  and  Arms  see  Yis.  of  London  1568,  Harl.  Soc.) 


William  Sebright  of  Sebright  hall  in  Much  Baddow- 
in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman  in  the  tyme  of  Henry  2d. 


^Elizabeth,  dau.  and  sole  heire 
to  Sr  Henry  Ashe,  Knight. 


Peter  Sebright  of  Sebright  hall  in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman/ 
sonne  and  heire,  lived  22d  of  Edw.  first  1293. 


Gyles  Sebright  of  Sebright  hall  Mabell  Sebright  of  Black-=Catherin,  daugh.  and 


in  Much  Baddow  in  com.  Essex,  shall  in  com.  Worster  in 
Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  wright  of  his  wyfe  2d  sonne. 


heire  to  Rauffe  Cow- 
per  of  Blackshall  in 
Worster. 


John  Sebright  of 
Sebright  hall  in 
Baddow  in  com. 
Essex,  sonne  and 
heire  17  K.  H.  8. 
A0  1523.=j= 


John  Sebright  of 
Blackshall  in  com. 
Worster  sonne  and 
heire  6  of  H.  7. 
1490.=f 


This  John  Sebright  of  Blackshall  did 
Bargan  and  selle  one  Mesuage  and  30 
acres  of  Lande  called  Brookes  lyinge 
in  Much  Baddow  in  com.  Essex  unto 
one  Robart  Arthur  of  (?)  Shepley  in 
Essex  for  Ever,  26  of  October  in  ye  6 
of  H.  7.  A0  1490. 


Alice  daugh 
and  sole  he. 


Humfrey  Sebright  of  Blackshall  in- 
com.  Worster  ar.  sonne  and  heire. 


:Catherin,  daugh.  to  Ridge  of 
Ridge  in  com.  Stafford. 


Edward  Sebright  of  Blackshall  in=j=Joyce,  dau.  to  William  Grosvenor 
com.  Worster  ar.  sonne  and  heire.  of  Bobbington  in  Stafford,  esquier. 

A 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


289 


A 


John  Sebright=f=Ann  daugh. 


of  Blackshall 
in  com.  Wor- 
ster  Esquier, 
2d  sonne. 


to  Richard 
Bullingham 
Esquier. 
Arms. — 


Az.  a  bende 
lozengey.  or. 


William  Sebright  of  Black,  and 
Sebright  Hall  in  Bad.  and  lord 
of  the  manner  of  Besford,  sonne 
and  he.  obiit  ye  28  of  October  A0 
1629,  buryed  in  Sl  Edm.  Lomber 
streete  wl  his  wyfe  Elizabeth, 
daugh.  to  James  Morley  of  Lon¬ 
don  Gentleman. 


Ellenor,  mar.  to 
Thom.  Augus¬ 
tine  of  Oxley 
(?  Oakley)  in 
com.  Stafford, 
Gentle. 


Edward 
2d  sonne 
and  heire 
to  his 
Uncle 
William 
of  Lon¬ 
don, 
Esquier. 


William  Sebright=j=Elizabeth  dau.  to 


Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire  first 
Husband,  obiit 
s.p. 


James  Morley  of 
Bishops  Storford. 
She  2dly  mar.  to 
John  Sames  of 
Essex,  3dly  to 
William  Blounte 
of  Mawlden. 


Judeth,  mar. 
to  Edward 
Brooke  of 
Dumlen 
parke  in  com. 
Worster 
Esquier. 


Sara,  mar.  to  Tho¬ 
mas  Coventrey  of 
Crome  in  com. 
Worster,  Esquier. 

Ann,  mar.  to  John 
Burnell  of  London 
Gentleman. 


No  Isue  by  Sebright. 


(. See  (Earmgton.) 


prancjer 


♦ 


Arms. — Per  pale  or  and  sable  three  fleurs  de  lis  counferchanged. 

Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  per  pale  or  and  azure  a  fleur  de  lis  per  pale  of  the 
first  and  second ,  between  two  wings,  the  dexter  azure,  the  sinister  or. 


A  Patent  bearing  date  ye  18  of  Januari  in  ye  yeare  1660,  under  ye  hand  and 
scale  of  Sr  Edw.  Walker  Kt.  Garter  principall  Kinge  at  Armes  unto  Ric.  Spranger 
of  Canes  in  ye  Parish  of  North  Weale  Bassett  in  ye  com.  of  Essex,  &  unto  John 
Spranger  his  uncle  of  Haly  Hall  in  ye  Parish  of  Amwell  magna  in  ye  com.  of  Hart¬ 
ford,  Do1'  of  Phisick. 

( The  whole  of  this  entry  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.,  as  indeed  the  date  implies.) 


290 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Staunton,  Stanton, 

Arms. — Sable,  a  cinquefoil  within  an  orle  of  martlets  argent  [Staunton],  impaling 
azure  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  chaplets  or.  [Hall.] 

Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1558,  but  describes  Humfrey  as  of  Feyland,  and  calls  his  son, 
who  m.  Ann  Holden,  Morris,  and  describes  Nicholas  as  of  Wickham,  co.  Essex,  son 
and  heir  to  Thomas. 


Tepfjens. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Party  per  chevron  azure  and  ermine,  in 
chief  two  eagles  displayed  or.  [Stephens.]  2  and  3. 
Quarterly — argent  and  azure,  a  chevron  counter  changed 
[Chambers],  impaling  Wiseman,  an  annulet  for  difference. 
2.  Quarterly — as  above,  impaling  gules  in  bend  a  sword  argent, 
handled  or.  [Gee.] 

Crests. — 1.  A  demi-hart  argent,  collared  or.  [Chambers.] 

2.  An  eagle  or,  wings  endorsed,  pi-eying  on  a  lion's  gamb  erased  gules. 
[Stephens.] 


Mathew  Stephens  of  Colchester  in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman. 


John  Stephens  of  Colchester  in  com.=pElizabeth,  daugh.  to  Bryan  Holland  of 
Essex,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  I  Harleston  in  com.  Norfolke  esquier. 


I  I 

Mathew  Stephens  of  Col-=f= Alice,  daugh.  and  coheire  John  2d  sonne. 


Chester 

esquier, 


m  com.  Essex, 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Will’m  Chambers  of 
Harleston  in  com.  NorlF. 
Gent. 


Nicholas 
4th  sonne. 


Kobart  3d  sonne. 


Penelope,  dau.  to= John  Stephens  of=j=Elizabeth  daugh.  to 


William  Wiseman 
of  May]  and  in  com. 
Essex,  Gentle. 


Colchester  in  com. 
Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


William  Gee  of  Hull 
in  com.  Yorkesh. 
esquier  2d  wyfe. 


William  Stephens  2d 
sonne,  mar.  daugh. 
to  Vellie  of  Essex 
Gentlem. 


John  sonne 
and  heire. 


I 

Thomas  2d 
sonne. 


Elizabeth 
eldest  dau. 


Penelope  obiit 
sine  prole. 


Mary 

2ddau. 


Sibbell 
ob.  s.p. 


Constance 
3d  daugh. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


291 


♦ 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  a  fess  counter -comyony  or  and  azure  between 
three  owls  argent.  [Stepneth.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  sable. 

Crest. — A  talbot's  head  erased  or,  gules  eared  or,  gorged  with  a  collar  counter- 
compony  of  the  last  and  azure,  in  the  mouth  a  buclc's  horn  of  the  second. 
[Stepneth.]  Granted  1562. 


William  Stepneth  of  Sl  Albans  in  com.  Hartford,  Gentleman. 


Thomas  Stepneth  of  Sl  Albans  in- 
com.  Hartford,  Gentleman  sonne 
and  heire. 


:Dorathe,  daugh.  to 
W.  Hinde. 


Joanne,  mar.  to  Frauncis 
Lalcyn  of  Ardley  in  com. 
Essex,  Gentleman. 


Robart  Stepneth  of  Esteham  in  com.  Essex  al’s  Este-=pJoanne,  daugh.  to  Thomas 


ham  Burnell  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire. 


Nickson  of  Eastham. 


Pawle  sonne  Joanne  eldest  Mary  2a  Frauncis  Alice  4th 

and  heire.  daugh.  daugh.  3d  daugh.  daugh. 


^traitcjman. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six. — 1  and  6.  Per  bend  sable  and  argent,  a  bend  ragulee 
counterchanged.  [Strangman.]  2.  Argent,  a  chevron  sable  between  three 
rams'  heads  erased  gules.  [Cherington.]  3.  Argent,  three  pallets  wavy 
gules.  [Downes.]  s4.  Argent,  three  roses  gules.  [Ingowe.]  5.  Barry  of 
twelve  per  pale  or  and  azure  counterchanged,  a  chevron  gules.  [Hack  well,  or 
more  probably  Clement.] 

Crest. — Two  ragged  staffs  saltirewise  united  with  a  ducal  crown  or.  [ 

(See  note  to  lEngoittl  Pedigree,  Yis.  of  1558.) 

William  Strangeman  of  Essex,  Gentleman, 
obiit  12th  of  Henry  4th  1409. 

W 


Richard  Strangeman=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  Alice,  mar.  to  John 
Gentle,  sonne  and  to  ...  .  Baker,  obiit  18  of 
heire.  Hen.  6,  1439. 


William  Strangeman  Gent,  sonne  and  heire=j=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
obiit  18  of  K.  Edw.  4th  a0  1478.  to  ...  . 


292 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


_ Aj 

John  Strangeman  of  Hadley  Castell  in  com.=p.  .  .  .  daugh. 
Essex,  sonne  and  heire. 


John  Strangeman  of  Hadley  Castell  in  com.: 
Essex,  esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


to 


to 


daugh. 


Henry 
ob.  s.p. 


John  Strangman  of=j=Mary  daugh.  &  heire  to 


Hadley  Castell  in 
com.  Essex  3d  sonne, 
obiit  19  Hen.  8. 


Robart  Ingowe  of  Bark- 
inge  in  Essex  obiit  18  H. 
8,  1526. 


I 

Ann  mar.  to  Henry 
Bode  of  Rayley 
(?  Rayleigh). 


Mary  dau.  to= 
Sr  Thom. 
Barnadeston 
Knight. 


f 

:William  Strangman=p. .  .  .  daugh.  to 
of  Hadley  Castell,  ;  Sr  Will’m 
in  Essex,  esquier  Kempe 

sonne  and  heire.  Knight. 


Thomas  Strangman 
maryed  Dorathe  daugh.  to 
John  Tournour  of  Haver- 
inge. 


Bartholmeu  Strange-=F. 
man  of  Hadley 
Castell  esquier  sonne 
&  heire.  * 


I  I 

Ann,  mar.  to  Wil-  Martha,  mar. 
daugh.  liam  Latham,  of  to  George 
to  Upminster  in  Wiseman. 

....  Essex,  ar. 


Thomasine. 


Robart  Strangeman  of  Hadley=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  ...  .  and  wydowto 
Castell  in  Essex  ar.  sonne  &  heire.  Forde  of  Stambergh  (?  Stambridge). 


Thomas  Strangeman  of  Rotley- 
(?  Rayleigh)  in  Essex  Esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


:Augustina  daugh.  to 
Hardinge  wydow  to 
Heron. 


Edward  2d  sonne,  mar. 
Margarett,  daugh.  to 
William  Robarts. 


John  Strangeman 
mar.  Agnes  wydow 
to  Harris. 


Ann,  mar.  to 
Thomas  Salt 
of  Staffordsh. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
John  Herkyn  of 
Wiltshire. 


Mary,  mar.  first  to  John 
Cooke  &  had  issue,  Mary 
2dly  to  William  Jenny. 


~r 


Thomas  Edward  Jenny  of  London  John  Jenny  of  London 
Jenny.  Lethersellor.  Lethersellor. 


Bootre* 

Jane  mar.  to  Margarett  mar.  to  Ann,  mar.  to  Bood  Alice  mar.  to  John  Pil- 
John  Blyatt.  John  Bigland.  of  Rochford  in  Essex,  borowe  sonne  to  Jo. 


Susan  dau.  Edward  William  Mary.  Ellenor. 
&  sole  Boord.  Boord.  — 
heire.  Judeth. 


T 


Richard  Faythe.  Elizabeth. 

Pil- 

borowe. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


293 


g>totnt>ume. 

{See  (Kenton.) 


Callakariw. 

Arms. — Or,  on  a  fess  between  three  ravens  regardant  sable,  bealced  and  membered 
gules,  a  garb  between  two  cross  crosslets  filcM  of  the  first  [Tallakarne], 
impaling  argent  a  lion  rampant  gules,  over  all  a  bend  ragulee  or.  [Steward.] 
Crest. — A  wolf  sejant  or,  gorged  with  a  spiked  collar.  [ 

John  Tallakarne  of  Tallakarne  in  com.  Cornewall,  Gentleman. 


John  Tallakarne  of  Tallakarne  in  com. “Joanne,  daugh.  to  John  Leighe 
Cornewall,  Gentleman  sonne  and  heire.  of  Cornewall  ar. 


I 

John  Tallakarne  of  Tallakarne  in  com.=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Trevilien  of  Cladow 
Cornewall  esquier  sonne  and  heire.  (?  St.  Clether)  in  com.  Cornewall  ar. 


Gefforye  Tallakarne  of  Tallakarne  in  com.  Cornewall, : 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire,  slayne  at  Exeter  aganste  the 
Rebell  the  Blacksmith. 


:.  .  .  .  daugh. 
to  Glin  of 
Cornewall. 


Jayne,  daugh.=f=John  Tallakarne  of  Tallakarne  =  .  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Joes  of 
to  Braye  in  Cornwall,  esquier  sonne  and  Oxfordshire  first  wyfe 


2d  wyfe. 

heire. 

obiit  sine  prole. 

Justinian  Tal-= 

=Christian 

Edmond  Tal-= 

= Alice,  dau. 

1 

Margarett 

1 

Catherin, 

lakarne  of 

daughter 

lakarne  of 

to  Robart 

mar.  first  to 

mar.  first  to 

Tallakarne 

in 

to  Richard 

Stoke  juxta 

Allington 

Thomas 

Guy  Wade 

Cornewall 

Coffine  of 

Clare  wher  he 

esquier 

Argali 

esquier 

esq.  sonne 

Portlinch 

lyeth  buryed 

wydow  to 

esquier 

2dlyto  John 

and  heire. 

in  com. 

in  com.  Suf- 

William 

2dly  to  Sr 

Hornewall 

Devon. 

folke  Gentle. 

Sewster. 

Giles 

Auditor  to 

2d  sonne. 

Allington 

Queene 

Knight. 

Elizabeth. 

Hughe 

1 

Mai 

1  III 

y  eldest  daugh.  Willmott  4th  daugh. 

Arrundell  7th  daugh. 

sonne 

— 

and 

Zenobia  2  daugh. 

Yereth  5  Daugh. 

Humball  8th 

dau. 

heire. 

Grace  3d  daugh. 

Sissely  6th  dau. 

294 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Captayne  John  Talkarne= 
of  Ashenaltesse  in  com. 
Essex,  esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Luce,  daugh.  to  Thomas 
Cotton  of  Conington  in 
com.  Huntingdon 
esquier. 


Thomas 
2  sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


A| 


Margarett  ob.  s.p. 

Jayne  onely 
daugh. 


Devereux  Talla-=Mary  daugh.  to 


I  I 


II 


karne  of  Ashen 
Altesse  in  com. 
Essex  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Steward 
of  Barton  parva 
in  com.  Suf- 
folke  esquier. 


Edward  2d  sonne. 

John  4th  sonne.  Eliza- 

— 

—  beth 

John  3d  sonne  ob. 

Thomas  5th  sonne.  onely 

s.p. 

—  dau. 

Henry  ob.  s.p. 

Joanne,  daugh.  and  sole  heire. 


Canficlto. 

Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Tanfield.  2  and  3.  Lovell,  a  mart¬ 
let  for  difference,  impaling  azure,  three  trefoils  slipped  or. 
[Symons.] 

2.  Quarterly  as  above,  without  the  difference,  impaling  per  pale 

azure  and  sable  three  saltires,  couped  argent.  [Lane.] 

3.  Quarterly — 1.  Tanfield.  2.  Lovell.  3.  Clovile.  4.  Bard- 

field. 

William  Tanfeild  of  Gayton  in  com.  Northampton,  esqu. 


Hobart  Tanfeild  of  Gayton  in  com.  North.- 
esquier,  sonne  and  he. 


=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to 
Carvell,  ar. 


I 


Frauncis  Tanfeild  of  Gayton  in  com.  North.=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  I  to  Lovell. 


Sr  Robart  Tanfeild  of= 
Gayton  in  Northampt. 
Knight,  sonne  and  he. 


= Elizabeth,  daugh.  to  Edward  Elizabeth, 

Brooke  Lord  Cobh  am  by  mar.  to  Sr 

Eliza,  dau.  to  James,  Lord  Robart  Shor- 

Awdley.  diche,  K*. 


Mary,  mar. 
to  Clement 
Vincent, 
esquier. 


Sr  Robart  Tanfeild  of=pCatherin,  daugh.  to  Edward  Nevell,  Lord  Aburgavenye 


Gayton,  Knight 
sonne  and  heire. 


by  the  dau.  to  Sr  John  Howard  sister  to  John  Duke  of 
Norffolke. 


William  Tanfelde  of  Gayton  in  Northamptonsh.=j=Isabell,  daugh.  to  Staveley 
esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  |  of  Yorkshire,  ar. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


295 


A| 


Franncis  Tanfelde=pBrigett,  dau.  to 
of  Gayton,  sonne 
and  keire. 


r 


Sr  Thomas  Cave 
of  Stanford. 


Robart  Tanfelde1 
2d  sonne. 


Wilgiford  daugh.  to 
Fitzharbert. 


I 


I  I 


Clement  Clement  Tanfeld=Ann,  Robart  2d  sonne 


I  I 

Dorathe  mar. 


to  Bar¬ 


sonne  &  of  Gayton  in 

daugh.  mar.  Dorathe,  tholmewTate  of  De  la 

he.  Northampton 

to  dau.  to  Barthol-  Pre  in  com.  North- 

esquier,  sonne 
and  heire  to 

John  mew  Tate  of  ampt.  esquier. 

Mor-  Delapre  esquier.  — 

Franncis. 

dant.  —  Margarett  mar.  to 

John  3d  sonne  Mor.  Tresham  in 
mar.  dau.  to  com.  Northampt. 

Marke  Stewarde  esquier. 
of  Pateshall  in 

Norffolk. 

s''  Robart  Tanfield  of=f=Elizabeth,  dau. 


Gayton  in  Northamp- 
tonsh.  Knight,  sonne 
&  heire. 


to  Sr  Robart 
Lane,  of 
North.  Knight. 


Robart  Tan- 
feild  of  the 
Midell 
Temple. 


I 

William  Tanfeild 
of  Woolde  mar. 
Judeth  dau.  & 
coll,  to  Valiantyn 
Pigott. 


William  sonne  and  heire.  Elizabeth  onely  daugh. 


Sr  Lawrence  Tanfeild  of  Burforde  in  com.=pElizabeth,  daugh.  to  Gyles  Symons  of 


Oxford,  Kl  Lord  Cheife  Barron,  obiit  one 
Sat.  ye  laste  of  Aprell  1625,  buryed  ye  9  of 
Junne  following  at  Burford. 


Claye  in  Norff.  by  Catherin,  syster  to 
Sr  Henry  Lee,  Knight  of  the  Garter. 


Elizabeth,  daugh.  &  sole  heire  mar.  to  Sr  Henry  Cary,  Vicount 
Fawckland,  nowe  Lo.  Debutye  of  Irland,  a0  1625. 


Lucius  Cary,  sonne  and  heire. 


William  Tanfeild  of  Copfauld= 
Hall,  in  com.  Essex,  esqu. 

3d  sonne. 


'Elizabeth,  daugh.  &  cokeire  to  Thomas  Colvile  & 
sister  and  heire  to  James,  mar.  1576,  22d  of  Junne, 
7  of  Q.  Eliz. 


John  Tanfeild  of  Cop-=Katherin  dau.  to 


fauldkall  in  Chelmsford 
hundard  in  Essex 
Justice  of  the  peace 
sonne  &  heire. 


George  Comey 
(?  Corney)  of 
Chitchester 
Esquier  to  the 
Bodye  of 
Q.  Elizab. 


I  I 

Jayne  mar.  to  Sherwood  of  Sher¬ 
wood  2d*y  to  Edw.  Cotton,  sonne  to 
S1'  John. 

Brigett,  mar.  to  Sr  Anthony  May- 
ney  of  Lynton,  in  Kente,  Kl. 


296 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


B  I 


1 

John 

1  1  1 

Frauncis  2d  sonne. 

1  1 

Thomas  5th 

1  1 

Dorathe,  mar.  to  Thomas 

Elizabeth 

sonne 

— 

sonne. 

Denne  of  the  Inwar 

3d  daugh. 

and 

Clovile  3d  sonne. 

— 

Temple. 

— 

heire. 

William  4th  sonne. 

Arnolde  6th 
sonne. 

Mary,  2d  daugh. 

Wilgiford 
4th  daugh. 

Margarett,  mar.  to  Henry 
Worley  doctor  of  ye  Civill 
Lawe. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  Robart  William  2d  sonne. 
Yonge  sonne  to  Sr  John  of  — 

Somersetshir.  Clovile  3d  sonne. 


W  ilgiford  mar .  to  Sr  Edward 
Butler  of  Byrchanger  in 
Essex  Kl. 


Ann,  mar.  to  John  Arnolde 
sonne  to  Sr  Nicholas  of  y° 
com.  of  Monmouth,  Kl. 


Robart  4th  sonne 
mar.  Mary  Winter. 


Cenlmwj. 


Arms. — Azure ,  on  a  fess  between  two  chevrons  arqent  three  crescents  aides. 
[Tendring.] 


John  Tendring  of  Boxford  in  com.  Essex,  gentleman. 


John  Tendringe  of  Bor-=j= Joanne,  daugh.  to 


ram  (Boreham)  in  com. 
Essex  Gentle,  sonne  & 
heire. 


Will’m  Crocherod 
of  Topsfild  in  com. 
Essex  gent. 


Thomas  2d 
sonne. 


William 
3d  sonne. 


James  4th 
sonne. 


Thomas  Tendring  of=j=Cecilye,  dau.  to 


Borram  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex,  Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Roger  Renewes 
(?  Ravens)  of  West 
Thorocke  in  Essex. 


William  Tendringe=f=.  ...  da.  John 
of  Colchester  in  of  Mar-  2. 

co.  Essex.  vile. 


Thomas  Ann,  mar.  to  Tlio-  Persella,  mar. 

sonne  mas  Mannock  of  to  Robart  Cot- 

and  Gifford’s  Hall  in  ton  of  Borram 

heire.  com.  Suffolke.  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Tendringe  of  John 
Bishop-Storforde  co.  Hert-  2. 
ford,  1634  mar.  Eliz.  da.  of 
Mathew  Ramsey  of  Storford. 


~r 


Elizabeth  wife  of  William  Bridget  wife  to  John  Thorow-  Joane. 
Yonge  of  Thaxsted  gent.  good  of  Newhall  in  Ware. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


297 


Crp. 


Arms. — Quarterly  as  in  Vis.  of  1558,  impaling  quarterly  of  twelve,  Nevell  and  other 
quartering  8  too  imperfect  for  description. 


John  Tey  of  Layer  de  la  haye  in  com.  Essex,1 
Gentleman  lived  the  4th  of  H.  6,  1425. 


I 

John  Tey  of  Brightwell  hall  in 
com.  Suffolke,  1st  sonne  and  her. 
and  of  Owld  holt  in  Essex. 


:Mary,  daugh. 
to  Hussey. 


Robert  Tey  of  Layer  de- 
la  haye  in  com.  Essex 
ar.  2d  sonne  and  heire. 


John  Tey  of  Brightwell 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


:Elizabeth 
daugh.  to 
Knyvett. 


William  Tey  of  Layer  de  la  Haye=j=Elizabeth,  dau.  to 
in  com.  Essex,  Esq.  sonne  and  heire.  Bassett. 


Sr  Henry  Tey  Knight 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Tey  of  the  same  places  Joanne,  dau.  to  Harleston 
Esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


of  Essex,  ar. 


Sr  Thomas  Tey  of  Brightwell  hall, 
in  com.  Suff.  Knight,  sonne  and 
heire  &  of  Owldholte  in  Essex. 


John  Tey  of  Layer  de  la=j=Constance  dau.  and 


hay  in  com.  Essex  Esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


coheire  to  Robarts. 


Margarett  dau.  and 
coheire  mar.  to  Sr 
John  Jermy  of 
Brightwell  in  Suf¬ 
folke  K». 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Mar- 
maduke  Nevill  3d 
brother  to  the  laste 
Lorde  Latymer. 


I 

Mary,  mar.  to 
Sr  Thomas  Ne- 
vell  of  Olde- 
holte  in  Essex, 
Kt. 


Frauncis  mar.  to 
Edmond  Brok- 
inge  wydow  to 
William  Bonham, 
ar. 


Thomas  Tey  of  Layer  de  la  hay ,=j=E lienor  dau.  and  sole  hr.  to  Marmaduke  Novell 


in  com.  Essex,  ar.  sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Tey 
of  Layer  de 
la  hay  in  com. 
Essex  sonne 
and  heire. 


3d  brother  to  the  3d  Lord  Latymer. 


I 

John  Tey 
2d  sonne. 


William 
Tey  3d 
sonne. 


I  I 

Edmond  Henry 

qtu  gth 

sonne.  sonne.  Rowgham  in  com.  daugh. 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Jayne 
Robart  Drury  of  2d 


Sulfolke  esquier. 


298 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Arms  (4  shields). — 1,  Quarterly  of  twelve — 1.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  lioncels 
rampant  sable.  [Thursbye.]  2.  Argent,  five  barrulets 
gules,  a  fleur  de  Its  sable.  [Staveley.]  3.  Gules,  a  bend 
argent.  [Folliot.]  4.  Gules,  an  orle  argent,  over  all  a 
bend  sable.  [  ]  5.  Argent,  an  eagle  displayed 

azure,  memberecl  or.  [Baulney.]  6.  Argent,  two  bends 
azure,  in  chief  three  escallops  of  the  second.  [Bayons.] 
7.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  martlets  sable.  [ 

]  8.  Or,  a  cross  lozengy  argent,  in  sinister  chief  an 

eagle  displayed  gules.  [Fodringay.]  9.  Gules,  an  eagle 
displayed  argent,  a  border  or.  [Lyndsey.]  10.  Ermine, 
on  a  chevron  sable  three  crescents  or.  [Dorward.]  11. 
Cogshall.  12.  Or,  a  chief  indented  sable  [Harsicke], 
a  mullet  for  difference. 

2.  Thursbye,  with  a  mullet  for  difference,  impaling  per  chevron 

argent  and  gules  a  crescent  counter  changed,  on  a  chief  of  the 
second  a  unicorn  coupecl  between  two  leopards'  faces  or. 
[Chapman.] 

3.  Quarterly  of  twelve,  as  the  first  shield,  without  the  difference. 

4.  Thursbye  impaling  Perte. 

Crest. — A  lion  rampant  sable,  supporting  a  battle-axe  erect  or,  a  mullet  for  difference. 

[Thursby.] 


Thomas  Thursbye  of  Ashwickinge,=j=.  .  .  .  daughter  and  coheire 


in  com.  NorfFolke,  Gentleman. 


to  Staveley,  Esq. 


Thomas  Thursbye  of  Ashwickinge  in  com. 
NorfF.  esquier  whose  posteritye  remayneth 
there  to  this  tyme,  1627. 


Henry  Thursbye= 
of  Ashwickinge 
Gent.  2'1  sonne. 


to 


daugh. 


Edward  Thursbye  of  Bockinge  in  com.  Essex=f=Mary,  daugh.  to  Phillip  Bedding- 
Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  hide  of  Norffolk  esquier. 


Edward  Thurs¬ 
bye  of  Gosfilde 
in  com.  Essex 
Gentleman,  3d 
sonne. 


:Joyce,  daugh. 
and  coheire  to 
Peter  Chap¬ 
man  of  Trip- 
lowe,  in  com. 
Cambridge 
Esq. 


I  I 

John  and 
Edward 
Twynes 
obiit  s.p. 


to 


I 

Ann  mar, 
William 
Jenny  of 
Cressingham 
in  com.  Norff. 
Esquier. 


I  I 

Elizabeth  mar.  to 
Edward  Dennys  of 
Bathe,  Esquier. 

Catherin,  mar.  to 
John  Smith  of 
Southacre  Clarke. 


Edward  Thursbye  sonne  &  heire. 


I  II, 

Bichard  2d  sonne.  Jaynne.  Bachell. 


Christopher  Thursbye  of=pAwdreye,  daugh.  to 


Durward  Hall  in  Bockinge 
in  com.  Essex,  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


Nicholas  Tymperley 
of  Hintelsham  in 
com.  Suff.  esquier. 


Phillip,  mar.  to 
John  Sf  John  of 
Hattfilde  Peverell 
in  com.  Essex,  ar. 


Mary,  mar.  to 
Reyce  Gwyne 
of  Fowlsham 
in  com.  Nor- 
ffolke  esquier. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


299 


William  Thursbye- 
of  Durwardshall 
in  Bockinge  in 
com.  Essex, 
Esquier  sonne  and 
heire. 


=Elizabeth  daugh. 
to  Will’m  Perte 
of  Arnolds  in 
Montnessinge  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier. 


Henry  2d  sonne. 

John  3d  sonne. 

Edward  4th 
sonne. 


Mary  unmaryed. 

Ann,  mar.  to  Robart 
Sparrow  of  Cheveley  in 
com.  Cambr. 

Catherin,  mar.  to  Thomas 
Fryer  of  Stansfilde  in 
com.  SufFolke,  gent. 


Christopher  sonne  William  obiit  Elizabeth  eldest  Ann,  2d 
and  heire.  sine  prole.  dau.  daugh. 


CtrreU,  Cjmell. 


Arms  (7  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  six  cross  crosslets  fitche  sable, 
3,  2,  1,  on  a  chief  azure  two  mullets  pierced  or.  [Clinton.] 
2  and  3.  Quarterly  or  and  gules  [Say],  a  mullet  for  dif¬ 
ference,  impaling  Quarterly  of  sixteen — 1  and  7.  Tirrell, 
a  mullet  for  difference.  2  and  8.  Borgatt.  3  and  9. 
Swyndford.  4  and  10.  Flambert.  5  and  11.  Cog- 
geshall.  6.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  sable  an  eagle  displayed 
of  the  first.  [Wolley.]  12.  Or,  a  chevron  gules  between 
three  torteaux  [Glemham],  a  mullet  for  difference. 

2.  Quarterly  of  six — 1  and  6.  Tirrell.  2.  Borgatt.  3.  Swynd¬ 
ford.  4.  Flambert.  5.  Cogshall,  a  mullet  for 


difference,  impaling  Glemham. 

3.  Quarterly  of  six  as  the  last,  without  the  difference,  impaling 

Wolley. 

4.  Quarterly  of  ten — The  first  five  Tirrell,  Borgatt,  Swynd¬ 

ford,  Flambert,  and  Cogshall.  6.  Lozengy  ermine 
and  gules.  [Rockley.]  7.  Azure,  a  cross  moline  or. 
'Bruyn.]  8.  Azure,  a  chevron  between  three  tuns  or. 

9.  Argent,  three  eagles’  heads  erased  between 
eight  cross  crosslets  sable.  [  ]  10.  Argent,  a 

bend  between  six  fieurs  de  lis  gules  [  ],  impaling 

Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  fess  between  three 
unicorns'  heads  erased  sable  three  roses  slipped  argent. 
[Lee.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  fess  between  three  leopards' 
heads  sable.  [  ] 

5.  Quarterly  of  six — The  first  five  of  the  last  shield. 

6.  Quarterly  of  six,  as  before,  impaling  Baker. 

7.  Quarterly  of  six,  as  before,  impaling  argent  a  fess  counter- 

nebule  azure,  charged  with  seven  bezants  between  three 
annulets  gules.  [Crooke.] 

Crest. — A  boar's  head  erect  argent,  out  of  the  mouth  a  peacock's  tail  pi'oper. 
[Tirrell.] 

{An  addition  in  a  later  hand  refers  to  the  shield  quarterly  of  nine  entered  in  the  Vis. 
of  1634,  which  is  drawn  in  the  MS.  with  a  motto  “  sans  dieu  rien,”  and  a 
statement  that  “  this  motto  was  used  by  Sr  Charles  1701.”) 


300 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1012. 


Sr  Lyonell  Tirrell  Knight  sonne  and  heire  of  Sr  Geffory  sonne  and  heire  to  Sr 
Symond,  sonne  and  heire  to  Sr  Richard  sonne  to  Sr  Henry  that  was  sonne  and 
heire  to  Sr  Walter  Tirrell,  Knight  yl  shott  K.  Will’m  Rufuss  wl  ye  Glance  of  an 
arrowe  in  the  Newe  Forrest. 


Sr  Edward  Tirrell  Knight  sonne  and=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire  to 


heire  to  Sr  Lyonell. 


Borgat  of  Suffolke. 


Sr  Hughe  Tirrell,  Knight  sonne  and=f=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Flambert 


heire. 


Esquier. 


I 


Sr  Walter  Tirrell,  Knight,  sonne=rMargarett,  dau.  &  heire  to  Sr 
and  heire  al’s  Sr  James.  William  Heron  Knight. 


Sr  Walter  Tirrell,  Knight=j=Joanne,  daugh.  and  Emme,  mar.  to  Richard  Enfild, 


sonne  and  heire. 


coheire  to  Sr  William  sonne  to  Sr  Roger  Enfild, 
Swindford  Knight.  Knight. 


I 

....  daught.  of  J)andeleghe=Sr  Thomas  Tirrell  of  Her-=f  Elizabeth,  daugh.  and 
Esquier,  ob.  s.p.  ron  in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  heire  of  Flambert  of 

sonne  and  heire.  Essex. 


Sr  John  Tirrell  of  Herron  in  com.- 
Suffolke,  Knight  sonne  and  heire. 


:.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire  to  Sr 
Will’m  Coggeshall,  Knight. 


j 

Ann,  daugh. =Sr  William  Tirrell  of=  Phillip  dau. 
and  coheire  Bodies  in  Essex,  Knight,  to  John 
to  Sr  Robart  3d  sonne.  Thornebery 

FitzSymonds  (His  will,  dated  1470-1,  2d  wyfe. 
Knight.  is  given  in  ‘  Essex  Arch¬ 

aeological  Transactions,’ 
vol.  iii.  85.) 


....  daugh.  mar.  to  Sr 
Edward  Woodhowse  of 
Kimberley  in  com. 
Norffolk  Knight. 


Sr  Thomas  Tirrell  of  Herron  in- 
com.  Essex,  Knight,  sonne  and 
heire. 

(Ob.  1476.  His  will  is  given  in 
‘  Essex  Archaeological  Transac¬ 
tions,’  vol.  iii.  78.) 


:Emmc  (?  Anne), 
daugh.  to  Sr 
John  Marney  of 
Layer  Marney  in 
Essex,  Knt. 


William  Tirrell  of  Gip- 
pinge  in  com.  Suffolke,  2d 
sonne  whose  posteritye 
remayneth  to  this  presente 
yeare  a0  1613. 


Isabell,  dau.  and=j=Humfry  Tirrell- 


=Elizabeth  dau.  Sr  Robart  Tirrell  Knight, 
to  John  Wal-  3d  sonne  mar.  Christian 
win  Esquier  daugh.  to  Hartshorne. 

2d  wyfe.  =j= 

a  |  b  |  c  |  D 

Note. — Several  Wills  of  members  of  this  family,  besides  those  noticed  above,  are  given  by 
Mr.  W.  H.  King  in  1  Essex  Archaeological  Transactions,’  vol.  iii. 


heire  to  John 
Helion,  first 
wyfe. 


of  Warley  in 
com.  Essex,  ar. 
3d  sonne. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


301 


A  I 


Humfry=r Alice,  dau. 


Tirrell 

of  War- 

ley, 

Esqu. 

sonne 

and 

heire. 


and  heire 
to  Thomas 
Glemham 
Esq. 


John  Tirrell 
2d  sonne, 
mar.  Ann 
daugh. to 
Edward 
Norris,  ar. 


I  I  I  I 

Thomas  sonne  and 
heire. 

Richard  2a  sonne. 
Henry  3d  sonne. 
Robart  4th  sonne. 


Sr  Thomas 
a  Preste. 

Joyce  only 
d.  mar. 
to  Thom. 
Apulton 
of  Kent. 


Robart 
Tirrell  2d 
sonne 
mar.  Joice 
daugh.  to 
Groose  of 
Norffolk, 
ar. 


Alise  daugh.  and 
sole  heire  mar.  to 
Ambrose  Wolley 
Esquier. 


Thomas  Tirrell  of=j=Ann,  daugh.  John  2d  sonne. 
War  ley  in  com. 

Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


and  heire  to 
Ambrose 
Wolley,  ar. 


Stephen 
4th  sonne. 


William  3d 
sonne. 


r 


Mary,  daugh.  and  sole  heire,  mar.  to  Thomas 
Clinton,  sonne  to  the  Erie  of  Lyncoln. 


Ann,  mar.  to 
Sr  Roger 
Wentworth  of 
Codham  in- 
com.  Essex, 
Knight. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  first 
to  Will.  Allington, 
ar.  2dly  to  William 
Chenye,  3d*y  to 
Rauffe  Chamberlyne. 


Margarett 
mar.  to  Sr 
W  illiam 
Walde- 
grave 
Knight. 


Margery  mar. 
first  to  Ash- 
fild  2dIy  to 
Edward 
Wingfild 
Esquier. 


I 

Mary,  mar.  to 
Thomas  Tim- 
perley  wydow 
to  Pawlett  & 
Harvy. 


Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Sr  Robart 
Darcy  of  Tols- 
hunt  Darcy  in 
Essex,  Kt. 


Thomas  Tirrell=pElizabeth  daugh.  Sr  William=pElenor  daugh. 


of  South  Oken- 
den  in  com. 
Essex,  4th 
sonne  Esquier. 


and  coheire  to  Sr 
Henry  Bruyn 
Knt.  syster  to  the 
Lady  Brandon. 


Tirrell  of 
Herron  in 
com.  Essex 
Knt.  sonne 
&  heire  to 
Sr  Thomas. 


to  Robart 
Darcy  of 
Tolshunt 
Darcy  in 
Essex  Esqu. 


William  Tin-ell  of=f=Elizabeth  daugh.  Sir  Thomas  Tirrell  of=pBeatricx  daugh 


South  Okenden  in 
com.  Essex,  sonne 
&  heire. 


to  Thomas 
Bodley  esquier 


Herron,  in  com.  Essex 
Knight,  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  John  Cokayne 
esquier. 


Humfrey  Tirrell= 
of  Sowth  Oken¬ 
den  in  com. 
Essex,  ar.  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Jayne  dau. 
to  ...  . 
Singleton 
esquier. 


Sir  Thomas  TirrelL 
of  Herron,  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire. 


=Constance 
daugh.  to 
the  Lord 
....  Mont- 
joye. 


Beatrix  mar.  to 
Anthony  Burges, 
2d  sonne  to  Sr 
John  of  London 
Kh 


E 


302 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


E  | 


George  Tirrell  of  Sowth  Okenden  in=j=.  .  . 
com.  Essex,  ar.  sonne  and  heire.  to 


| 

Edward  Tirrell  of  Thornton  in  com.  Bucking¬ 
ham,  esquier  sonne  and  heire  [after  Kt.]. 


daugh. 


Alary  daugh.  to  Benedict  Lee  of 
Hulcott  in  com.  Buckingham  ar. 


Henry,  eldest  sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


Edward  Tirrell  esquier,  sonne 
and  heire  [1st  Baronett]. 


Sir  Henry=Thomasin 


Tirrell  of 
Herron  in 
com.  Essex 
Kt.  sonne 
and  heire. 


dau.  to 
William 
Gonston 
of  London 


ar. 


John  Tirrell  esquier 
2d  sonne,  marr.  Ann, 
daugh.  to  William 
Browne  of  London 
She  after  mar.  to 
Sr  William  Peter. 


I 

Sr  William 
Tirrell, 
Knight  of 
the  Roodes, 
3d  sonne. 


I  I  I 

Sr  George  4th  sonne. 
Thomas  5th  sonne. 
Charles  6th  sonne. 


[Margery  wife 
of  Richard 
Freshwater  of 
Heybridge 
com.  Essex.] 


Thomas  Tirrell=Mary,  mar.  to 


of  Herron,  in 
com.  Essex 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Sr  John  Suliard 
of  Wetherden 
Hall  in  com. 
Suffolke  Knight. 


William  Tirrell  of  Heron  in 
com.  Essex,  esquier,  2d  sonne, 
mar.  Margarett  daugh.  to 
John  Fileall  of  Wood 
(?  Owld)  hall  in  com.  Essex 
esquier. 


Elizabeth= 
dau.  to 
Sr  John 
Crooke  of 
Bucking- 
hamshir 
K‘ 

2d  wyfe. 


=Sr  John  Tirrell 
of  Heron  in 
com.  Essex, 
Knight,  sonne 
and  heire  mar. 
Joyce  dau.  to 
John  Baker  of 
Sissinghurst 
in  com.  Kent, 
obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  Tirrell= 
of  Ramsels 
(?  Ramsden)  in 
com.  Essex, 
called  Ramsels 
Tirrell  (?Rams- 
den  Tirrell) 

2d  sonne. 


=Margarett,  dau. 
to  John  Filiall 
of  Oldehall  in 
Essex,  esquier 
[in  little  Rayne 
co.  Essex].* 


I  I 

Ann  mar.  to  John 
Cliffe  of  Ingarston 
(Ingatestone) 
in  Essex,  esq. 

Avis,  mar.  to 
Frauncis  Lord 
Dakers  of  the 
North. 


I  I 


I  I  I 


I  I 


I  I 


Benett, 

Avis  mar.  to 

Thomasin  mar.  to 

Ann,  mar.  to 

John, 

Lodvvick 

mar.  to 

John  Danyell 

Browne  of  Rad- 

Elkyne  of 

John, 

and  John 

Edmond 

of  Messinge  in 

winter  in  Essex. 

London. 

Phillip 

called 

Monne 

com.  Essex. 

— 

— 

and 

Tirrell 

(?  Noune). 

— 

Elenor  mar.  to 

Mary  and 

Robart 

Wl  ye 

Gartred  mar.  to 

Palmer  of  Dowes 

Brigett  obiit 

obiit 

Clubb 

Jo.  Browne  of 
Fidelers  in 
Essex  ar. 

(Dewes)  Hall  in 
Essex  esquier. 

s.p. 

s.p. 

foote 

Twyns. 

{The parts  ivithin  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


*  An  addition,  and  John  above  is  substituted  for  Thomas,  erased. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1612. 


303 


Crgait. 


Arms. — Azure,  a  /ess  embattled  between  six  estoiles  or,  on  an  inescutcheon  the  badge 
of  Ulster  [Try An],  impaling  or  on  a  bend  ragulee  sable  three  bezants,  in 
sinister  chief  a  martlet  gules.  [Eldred.] 

Crest. — A  bear's  head  sable,  powdered  ivith  estoiles  or.  [Try an.] 


Peter  Tryan  of  London  Marchant  by  Birthe=Mary  Tryan  died  the  3a  of  January 


a  duche  man,  he  died  at  his  howse  in 
St.  Christofers  Parishe  one  of  ye  Backsyde 
ye  Exchange. 


a0  1618  buryed  ye  16  of  the  same,  in 
S4  Christes  Church  w4  her  husband. 


Moyses  Tryan— 
of  London  ar. 
sonne  and 
heire. 


dau. 

to 


....  mar.  to  ...  . 
Hucksley  of 
Edmondton  esquier. 


Sr  Samuell  Tryan=Elizabeth 
of  Hawsted  dau.  to 

(Halsted)  in  John 

com.  Essex  Eldred  of 

Knight,  and  London 

Barronett  2a  esquier. 

sonne  buryed  at 
Hawsted 
a0  1627. 


Samuell  Tryan  sonne 
&  heire  apparant. 


Mary,  mar. 

to  S1'  Se- 

bastion 

Haryy  of 

London, 

Mayor 

1619. 


Ester  mar.  to  Sr 
Will’m  Courtene 
of  London 
K4  Barronett. 

A  daughter  mar. 
to  Levinus 
Munke  a  Dutch 
marchant. 


Mary,  daugh.  and 
sole  heire,  mar.  to 
Mr  Popham. 


Curner. 

(No.  1.) 


Thomas  Turner  of  Cressinghall  in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman. 


John  Turner  of  Cressingehall  in  Colnswake=pChristian,  dau.  to 
in  com.  Essex  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  William  Fisher. 


Margarett,  dau.  and  sole  heire  mar.  to  Thomas  Smith 
of  Blackmore  in  com.  Essex,  esquier. 


304 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


burner* 

No.  2. 

Arms  (Harl.  MS.  1541,  fo.  151). — Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  mill-rinds 
or,  on  a  chief  argent  a  lion  passant  gules  [Turner],  impaling  gules  a  dolphin 
naiant  in  fess  or  [James],  a  crescent  for  difference. 

Crest  (same  MS.). — A  lion  passant  gules,  holding  in  the  dexter  paw  a  laurel  branch 
vert.  [Turner.] 


Nicholas  Turner  of  Alberton  (Halberton)  in 
com.  Devon,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire. 


T 

1 

Abraham  Turner  of  Alberton= 

pThomasine  dau.  to  Alexander 

1 

Bawldwin 

Phillip 

(Halberton)  in  com.  Devon, 

Thomas  of  Collomton  in  com. 

Turner 

3d 

Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire. 

Devon  Gent. 

2  sonne. 

sonne. 

1 

Nicholas  Turner 

Margery  dau.= 

1 

=Humfrey  Turner= 

=Elizabeth 

1  1  1 
Joanne. 

Ill 

Ann. 

of  Trowbridge 

to  Richard 

of  Walthamstow 

dau.  to 

— 

— 

in  com.  Devon 

Harysonne  of 

in  com.  Essex 

James  of 

Dorathe. 

Well- 

sonne  and  heire, 

Darbyshir 

Gentleman, 

the  lie  of 

— 

thiam. 

mar.  Dorathe, 

wydow  to 

2d  sonne,  died 

Wight. 

Cathe- 

— 

daugh.  of  San- 

Isaacke  Sut- 

wbrwtissuelG^, 

rine. 

Thoma- 

forde  of  the 

ton  of  London 

buryed  in  Sante 

sine. 

sayde  Parishe 

obiit  sine 

Mary  Axe 

obiit  sine  prole. 

prole. 

London. 

Cussev,  Turssar. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Azure,  a  fess  countercompony  argent  and  gules  between  three 
battle-axes  of  the  second  [Tusser],  impaling  argent  a  fess 
countercompony  or  and  azure  between  three  pellets,  each 
charged  with  a  martlet  of  the  first,  a  bordure  gules  charged 
with  martlets  and  escallops  alternately  of  the  second.  [Pett.] 
2.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  eagles 
displayed  gules.  [Beaufoy.]  2.  Argent,  on  a  fess  sable 
three  escallops  or.  [Jakes.]  3.  Tusser. 

Crest. — A  lion's  gamb  erased  or,  grasping  a  Lochabar  axe  azure,  purfled  of  the  first. 

[Tusser.] 

( The  second  coat  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 

William  Turssar  of  Reynolds  in  com.  Essex,  gentleman. 

_ 


William  Turssar  of  Reynolds  in=plsabell,  daugh.  to  Thomas  Smith 
Essex,  gentleman,  sonne  and  of  Rivenhall  in  com.  Essex, 
heire.  esquier,  syster  to  Sr  Clement. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


305 


a  | 

1 

Clement  Turs-- 

=Ursulla, 

1  II  1 

Andrew  2d  sonne. 

1  1 

Elizabeth  mar. 

sar  of  Rey- 

dau.  to 

— 

to  Wolverston. 

nolds  in  com. 

Petts  of 

John  3d  sonne. 

— 

Essex,  gent, 
sonne  &  heire. 

London. 

Thomas  4th  sonne. 

William  5th  sonne. 

Ursula  first  to 
Sharpe  2d'y  to 
Latimor. 

Brigett  mar.  first  to 
Graye  of  Warwick? 
2dly  to  Grafton. 

[Anne,  wife  to  Giles 
Jakes  of  Rivenhall 
co.  Essex  2d  to  . . . . 
Stokes.] 


John  sonne  and  heire.  Edward  2d  sonne.  Jayne,  onely  dangh. 


( The  part  within  brackets  is  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


Ctoefcp. 

Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1.  Argent,  a  saltire  engrailed  gules,  a  chief  azure. 

[Twedy.]  2.  Azure,  a  cross  patee  ermine  between  three 
cinquefoils  or.  [  ]  3.  Azure,  an  orle  sable  within 

another  of  martlets  of  the  second,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
[Wintngton.]  4.  Azure,  three  bears  passant  sable, 
muzzled  or.  [?  Barwick.] 

2.  Twedy,  with  a  mullet  for  difference,  impaling  sable  a  chevron 

argent  between  three  spear-heads  of  the  second,  tipped  gules. 
[Price.] 

3.  Twedy  impaling  argent  fretty  gules  a  chief  azure.  [Curwine.] 
Crest. — A  bird  volant  argent.  [Twedy.] 


George  Twedy  whoe  came  owt  of  Scotland  frome  the  howse  called  Dromelzane. 


Richard  Twedy  whoe  came  first  in=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Gayton  of  Stanford 
to  Essex,  Gent.,  sonne  and  heire.  Ryvcrs  in  com.  Essex. 


Richard  Twedy  of  Essex  Gentle-=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  and  heire  George  Twedy  John  3d 
man  sonne  and  heire.  to  Barwick.  2d  sonne.  sonne. 


Beatrix  daugh.  and  sole  heire  to  Richard=Richard  Twedy  of  Her 


a  yonger  Brother  of  the  howse  of  Richard 
Winington  of  Cheshire  esq.  by  the  daugh. 
and  heire  of  Barwick. 


fordstoke  (Stock)  in 
com.  Essex,  ar. 
sonne  and  heire. 


1 

Catherin,  mar. 
to  Hogan  of 
London 
Marchant. 

2  r 


306 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 

Aj 


Richard  of  Boram  in  Essex  Robart  2d  Edmond  3d  sonne,  mar.  Thomasine 

sonne  and  heire.  sonne.  dau.  to  Price  of  Hartfordsh. 


I 


I 


William  sonne  &  heire.  John  2d  sonne.  Mary.  Elizabeth. 


Mabell,  dau.  to  Sr  Thomas=William=Margarett  daught. 
Curwine,  syster  to  Sr 
Henry  Curwin  Knight. 


Twedy 

esquier 

4th 

sonne. 


to  Rooke  Greene 
of  Littel  Sanford. 


I  I 

Ann  eldest, 
dau. 

Joanne  2d 
dau. 


I  I 

Ellen  3d 
dau. 

Mary 

dau. 


Richard  sonne  and  heire.  Mary. 


I 

Dorathe. 


©abasor. 


Arms. — Or,  a  fess  dancetU  salle,  a  martlet  gules  for  difference.  [Vavasor.] 
John  Vavasor  of  Newton  and  of=j=Cecilye,  daugh. 


Weston  in  Yorkshire  esquier  sonne 
and  heire  to  John. 


to  S1'  John 
Norton  Knight. 


I 


I 


John  Vavasor  of  Henry  2d  sonne.  Marmaduke=p.  .  .  .  daugh. 
Weston,  ar.  sonne 
&  heire  livinge,  21 
H.  7,  150.5. 


I 


Robart  3d  sonne. 


Vavasor  of 
Akester  4th 


sonne. 


to 

Stalmarch. 


Ann,  mar.to 
Sr  Walter 
Calverley 
Knight. 


John  Vavasor  of  Waltham  in  com.=pMargarett,  dau.  to  Smith- 
Essex,  lyvinge  a0  28  of  Q.  El.  1586.  wick  of  Glostershir. 


I 

William  Vavasor 
2d  sonne. 


Francis 

obiit 

s.p. 


Nicholas  Vavasor  of=j=Phillip  daugh.  to 


Waltham  in  Essex, 
esquier,  sonne  and 
he.  livinge  1613. 


I 

John  sonne 
&  heire  of 
Waltham. 


Anthony  Copleston 
of  Torington  in 
Devonshire  esquier. 


Dorothe  mar. 
to  Thomas 
Watson  of 
London. 


I 

Margarett 
mar.  to  John 
Bruninge  of 
Waltham. 


I  I  I 

Elizabeth. 

Mary. 


Edward  and 
Phillip  bothe 
died  wlowt 
issue. 


Nicholas 
2d  sonne. 


Marmaduke 
2d  sonne. 


Milisent  mar.  to 
Edmond  Winche 
of  Woodforde  in 
Essex  gent. 


Olliff. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


307 


2£mmn. 


Sr  Richard  Yernon  of  Peake,  Knight. =p  Joanne,  dau.  to  Griffith. 


S1'  Richard  Yernonp=Isabell,  dau.  and 


of  the  Peake, 
Knight,  sonne  and 
heire. 


heire  to  Sr 
Foulke  Pem- 
bridge  Knight. 


Henry  Yernon: 
of  Notting¬ 
hamshire,  4th 


=r=.  •  •  •  dau. 
to  ...  . 


sonne. 


Joanne  mar.  to 
Baldwine 
Moundfort 
Knight. 


Sr  William  Yernon  offipMargarett  daugh. 


the  Peake,  Knight 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  Pipe. 


John  Yernon  of  Ripton- 
in  com.  Darby  Gentle¬ 
man,  sonne  and  heire. 


to 


I 


Sr  Henry  Yernon  of  the  Peake,  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire,  mar.  the  Daugh.  to 
the  Erie  of  Shrewsbery. 


Robart  Yernon  of  Notting- 
hamsh.  Gent,  sonne  and 
heire. 


to 


daugh. 


daugh. 


Rauffe  Yernon  Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


William  Yernon  of  Littell  Beley  in: 
com.  Essex  Gent.  2d  sonne. 


: Alice,  daugh. 
to  Scryven. 


William  Yernon  of  Littell  Beley=Sara,  daugh.  to  John  Buttler 
in  Malden  in  com.  Essex,  Gentle-  of  littell  Birche  in  com. 
man  sonne  and  heire.  Essex  Gentle. 


22Aalticcjiabe,  SHahjraiic. 

Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  six,  with  a  mullet  for  difference.  1.  Walde- 

GRAVE.  2.  MOUNTCHANCY.  3.  YANCY.  4.  CREKE. 

5.  Moigne.  6.  Fraye,  impaling  quarterly — 1  and  4. 
Sable,  a  fess  counter-compony  or  and  gules  between  three 
horses'  heads  erased  argent.  [Heighah.]  2  and  3. 
Gules,  a  chevron  engrailed  ermine  between  three  eagles 
argent,  membered  or.  [Francis.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  eight — 1  and  8.  Waldegrave,  with  a  crescent 

for  difference.  2.  Mountchancy.  3.  Yancy.  4.  Creke. 
5.  Moigne.  6.  Fraye.  7.  Barry  of  six,  argent  and 
azure,  a  bend  gules  [Graye],  impaling  paly  of  six  argent 
and  vert  on  a  chief  gules  three  mascles  argent.  [Don- 
INGTON.] 

3.  Quarterly  of  eight,  as  above,  with  a  martlet  for  difference, 

impaling  argent  a  cross  sable,  a  canton  erminois.  [Hol- 
EINGSHED.] 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


4.  Quarterly  of  twenty-one — 1.  Waldegrave.  2.  Mount  - 
chancy.  3.  Vancy.  4.  Creke.  5.  Moigne.  6. 
Fraye.  7.  Cheney.  8.  Reedham.  9.  Fitchett. 
10.  Hill.  11.  Stourton.  12.  Streche.  13.  Browne. 
14.  Carlton.  15.  Party  per  sinister  bend  or  and  sable 
a  lion  rampant  counter  changed.  [Francis.]  16.  Quarterly 
— gules  and  or,  in  middle  chief  an  inescutcheon  charged 
with  a  cross,  a  martlet  for  difference.  [Veere.]  17.  On 
a  bend  azure  three  crosses  patee  or.  [  ]  18. 

Gules,  a  chevron  between  three  cross  crosslets  or,  in  chief 
a  lion  passant  of  the  second.  [Mablethorpe.]  19. 
Azure,  three  buclcs  trippant  or.  [G-reene.]  20.  Chequy 
or  and  azure  a  bordure  gules.  [Warren  (?  Maudit).] 
21.  Argent,  a  cross  engrailed  gules.  [Greene  of 
Drayton]. 

•  Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  plume  of  five  ostrich  feathers  per  pale  argent 
and  gules.  [Waldegrave.] 


Sr  Richard  Waldegrave  the  first  at  Buers  in  com.  Suffolke  Knight  he  bilte 
a  Chapille  and  a  vestry  one  ye  north  syde  of  the  Church  of  Bewers  Sl 
Marys  he  was  Lord  of  Silversters  in  ye  sayde  tonne  of  Bewers  where  he 
and  his  Lady  lyeth  buryed  he  died  in  the  tyme  of  Henry  the  4th  a0  1400. 


„  „  I 

Sr  Richard  Waldegrave  Knighb 
lyeth  buryed  at  Bewers  obi j t  13 
of  Henry  6  a0  1434. 


f 


: Joanne  daught.  &  sole  heire  to  Sr 
Thomas  Mountchauncy  by  the 
daugh.&heir  to  Sr  Edward  Yauncy. 


Sr  Richard  Waldegrave  of  Bewers  in  com.=p Joanne  daugh.  to  William  Dorward  of 


Suffolk  Knight  sonne  &  hr. 


Bockinge  in  Essex  Esquier. 


I 


Sr  Thomas  Waldegrave  of  Smallbridge  in  com.=pElizabeth  daugh.  &  coheire  to  Sr 


Suffolke  Knight  sonne  and  hr.  he  obijt  16  of  H. 
7  a0  1500  buryed  at  Buers. 


John  Fraye  Knight  Lord  Cheflfe 
Barron  of  the  Exchequer. 


....  dau.  to  John  Mannocke 
of  Wormingford  in  Essex  ar. 
ob.  s.p. 


I 


Edward  Waldegrave=pMabell  daugh.  &  heire  to 


of  Borley 
2d  sonne. 


in  Essex 


John  Cheny  of  Pinhow  in 
Devon  ar. 


John  Waldegrave  of=p!sabell  dau. 


Borley  in  com.  Essex 
Esquier  sonne  &  heire 
obijt  6  of  October 
1514.  . 


I 

Sr  Edward  Walde¬ 
grave  of  Borley  in 
com.  Essex  Knight 
Privie  Counselor  to 
Q.  Mary. 


to 

Rochester 

Esquier. 


I 

Thomas 
2d  sonne 
obijt 
s.p. 


I 

Margery  mar.  to 
Robart  Reyce  of 
Preston  in  com. 
Suffolke  Esquier. 


Grace  mar.  to 
Thomas  Eden 
of  Sudbery  in 
com.  Suffolke 
Esquier. 


=Frauncis  daugh. 
to  Sir  Edward 
Nevili  Kt. 


Robart  2d  sonne 
mar.  one  of  ye 
dau.  &  coheires 
of  Foster  of 
Burche. 


John 

3d 

sonne. 


Mary  mar.  to 
Abell  of 
Cookeshall  in 
Essex  Gentle¬ 
man. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


309 


B  I 


Charles  Walde- 
grave  of  Stan- 
inghall  in  com. 
Norffolk  Esqr 
whose  post0  re¬ 
mane  th  there. 


Nicholas  Wal-=pCather in  dau. 


degrave  of 
Borley  in  com. 
Essex  ar.  2d 


sonne. 


&  eoheire  to 
Weston 
Browne  of 
Essex 
Esquier. 


Frauncis  mar. 
John  Lord 
Peter  of  In- 
gerston  in 
Essex. 


Mawdelyn 
mar.  to  Tho¬ 
mas  South- 
cott  sonne  to 
ye  Judge. 


Frauncis  Wal- 
degrave  sonne 
&  heire. 


Phillip  Waldegrave  of  Borley  2d 
sonne  m.  Mary  dau.  to  Rich. 
White  of  Hutton  in  Essex,  ar. 


Richard  Sr  William  Waldegrave  of  Smallbridge  in- 
obijt  Bewers  in  com.  Suffolke  Knight  sonne  & 
s.p.  heire  obijt  a0  1503. 


Frauncis  mar.  to  S1'  Richard 
Weston  of  Writtell  Knight  & 
Chauncellor  of  ye  Exchequer. 


Alar gory  dau.  to  Henry  Went¬ 
worth  of  Codham  Hall  in 
Essex  Esquier. 


George  Waldegrave  of=pAnn  dau.  to  Sir 
Smallbridge  in  Bewers 
where  he  lyeth  buryed 
20  H.  8,  1528. 


Dorathe  mar.  Margery  m. 
Robart  Drury  of  to  Sr  John  to  ye  Lord 
Hawsteadincom.  Springe  Marney. 

Suffolke  Knight.  Knight. 


Brigett 
mar.  to 
Finder 
(?  Pin- 
der). 


Sr  William=pJulyan  dau. 


Walde¬ 
grave  of 
Small¬ 
bridge  in 
com.  Suf¬ 
folke 
Knight 
sonne  and 
heire  obijt 
Callys  in 
Fraunce. 


and  sole 
heire  to  Sr 
John 

Raynsferde 
of  Essex  Knight. 


Thomas 

2d 

sonne. 


Sr  William  Walde¬ 
grave  K‘  sonne  & 
heire. 


George  W al-  Edward  W al-=j= Jayne  daugb . 
degrave  of  degrave  of  and  heire  of 
Hitcham  in  Lawford  in  George  Ack- 

com.  Suf-  com.  Essex  worth  of 

folke  of  Esquier  3d  Lawford  in 

whom  Sr  sonne  to  Essex. 

George  is  George 

descended.  Waldegrave 

Esq. 


daugh.=pEdward  Wal-=j=Sara 
degravc  of 
Lawforde  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier 
sonne  &  hr. 


&  heire  to 
Bartholo¬ 
mew  Averell 
of  Essex 
first  wyfe. 


daugh. 


to 


Clement  Higham 
of  Gifferds  in  com. 
Suffolk  Esquier 
wydow  to  Sr 
Richard  Bingham 
of  Dorsettsh.  Kl. 


Margery  mar.  to 
William  Clop- 
ton  of  Castlyns 
in  Grotton  in 
com.  Suffolk 
Esquier. 


Mary  mar.  to 
William 
Kighley 
of  Essex 
widow  to 
Izacke  Ast- 
ley  Esquier. 


....  mar.  to  Drewe  Drury  sonne  &  Jeminath 
hr.  to  Sr  Drewe  Drury  Knight.  unmar. 


Anthony  Waldegrave  of  the  Feriers=f=Elizabeth  daugh.  and  eoheire  of  Rauffe 
in  Bewers  in  com.  Essex  Esquier  2d  Graye  of  Burnt  Pelham  in  com.  Hertford 
sonne.  Esquier  one  of  Barons  of  yc  Exchequer. 

c 


310 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


William  Walde-=p.  .  .  .  daugh. 


grave  of  Ilford 
in  com.  Essex 
Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


to  Gamond 
(?  Garnon) 
of  Barkinge 
in  com. 
Essex. 


Julian  2d  sonne 
obijt  s.p. 

Barnabe  obijt 
s.p. 


I 

Thomas  Wal-=pElizabeth  daugh. 
degrave  of  to  Robart  Gur- 

Bewers  in  don  of  Assing- 

Essex  4th  ton  Esquier. 

sonne. 


I 

William  Wal-- 
degrave  of 
Waltham- 
stowe  in 
Essex  Gent, 
sonne  & 
heire. 


:Dorathe  dau. 
to  Richard 
Donington 
of  Hackney 
in  Middle¬ 
sex. 


Thomas  Wal-= Margaret  daugh. 
degrave  of  and  heire  to 
John  Holm- 
stead  of  Hal- 
sted  in  Essex. 


the  same 
place  Gent 
sonne  & 
heire. 


John 

2d. 

Will’m 

3d 

sonne. 


I 


1 


Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
Izacke 
Wincole 
of  Twyn- 
sted  ar. 


Margaret  eldest  dau.  &  coheire.  Dorathe  2d  dau.  &  cohr. 


Walter. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  two  lions  passant  or,  a  mullet  for  difference. 
[Ap  Walter.]  2  and  3.  Quarterly  or  and  gules,  a  bordure  sable  engrailed, 
charged  with  eight  escallops  argent,  in  the  first  quarter  a  martlet  for  difference 
[Heveningham],  impaling  argent  two  bars  gules,  in  chief  three  cinquefoils 
sable.  [Denton.] 


Thomas  ap  John  of  Croghowell- 
in  Wales. 


:  Joanne,  daugh.  to  William 
Gunter  of  South  Wales. 


|  IfyebettinQ’bam. 

Walter  Thomas  of  Writtell  in  com.  Essex,  sometyme  of=Thomasine,  dau.  and 
Croghowell  in  Wales,  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.  coheire  to  Thomas 


He  made  his  Will  the  first  of  Marche  a0  1540  in  ye 
32  of  K.  H.  ye  8. 


Heveningham  sonne 
and  he.  to  Thomas. 


William  ap  Walter=Isabell,  daugh.  to  Thomas  Denton  of  Battesfild  in  com.  Oxford 
of  Roxswell  in  (?  Caversfield,  co.  Bucks),  she  after  mar.  to  Edward  Greenfilde 

com.  Essex  Gent.  of  Wootton  Underwood  in  com.  Buckingham,  esquier. 

sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  ap  Walter 
sonne  and  heire. 


Thomasin  mar.  to  Isabell 
William  Lucken  of  2ddau. 
Mashbery. 


Ann,  mar.  to  Thomas  Denton  of 
Denton  in  com.  Salop  gent. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1-612. 


311 


WaltljaH. 


Arms. — Or,  on  a  chevron  vert  between  three  falcons  dose  sable  an  annulet  [Wal¬ 
thall.] 

Crest. — An  arm  embowed,  habited  gules,  cuffed  ermine,  the  hand  clenched  proper, 
thereon  a  falcon  proper  close,  bealced  or.  [Walthall.] 


Roger  Walthall  of  the  Cytie  and  Countye  of  Chester,  gentleman. 


I 

Anthony 
Walthall 
of  London 
Marchant 
sonne  and 
heire. 


Thomas 
Walthall 
of  London 
2cl  sonne  a 
Marchant. 


Dyna  dau.= 
to  Robart 
Brystow 
of  London 
Gent,  first 
wyfe. 


I 

Wil¬ 

liam, 

ob. 

s.p. 


=William  Walthall  of= 
London,  Shrive 
1606,  3d  sonne,  he 
lyeth  buryed  in  S1 
Peters  in  Cornehille. 
he  mar.  2dly  Cisseley 
wydow  to  Awdley. 


=Margarett  dau. 
to  Staple  of 
London  Relicte 
of  Sr  Richard 
Goddard  of 
London  Aider- 
man,  3d  wyfe. 


Thomas  Wal-=Ann  daugh. 


thall  of 
London 
esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


to  Arthur 
Needham 
of  London 
Gentleman. 


Luke  Walthall=Mary,  dau. 


of  Stratford 
Langton 
(Langthorne) 
2ud  sonne  one 
of  ye  Captayns 
of  ye  Cytie. 


to  Hum- 
fry  Basse 
of  London 
Marchant. 


Margaret  mar. 
to  Adrian  Moore 
of  London 
Gent. 

Elizabeth  mar. 
to  Arthur 
Robinson  of 
London  ar. 


Ann  eldest  daugh. 
and  heire. 


Elizabeth  2d  daugh. 
&  coheire. 


William  obiit  s.p. 


Mary  daugh.  and 
sole  heire. 


»atton. 


Arms. — Barry  of  six  argent  and  gules  three  crescents  ermine  [Watton],  impaling 
ermine  fretty  gules.  [Branche.] 

Crest. — On  mound  vert  a  rabbit  feeding  or.  [  ] 

Thomas  Watton,  servant  to  Queene  Elizabeth, 
wyfe  to  Kinge  Henry  the  7th. 


Thomas  Watton  al’s  Watson  of  London=pEdon,  daugh.  to 


Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire. 


Thomas  Baker. 


I 


William  Watton  of  London  and  of  Essex, =p  Joanne,  daugh.  to  Robart  Branche 


Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. 


r 


of  Hartfordshyr. 


John  Watton  sonne  and  heire. 


312 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


ffiLlenttoortf), 

Arms  (G  shields). — 1.  Quarterly  of  twenty — 1.  Sable,  a  chevron  between  three  leopards' 
faces  or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Wentworth.]  2. 
Quarterly  argent  and  gules,  on  the  second  and  third  quar¬ 
ters  a  fret  or,  over  all  on  a  bend  sable  three  mullets  of  the 
first.  [Spenser.]  3.  Or,  three  chevronels  yules.  [Clare.] 

4.  Barry  of  six  or  and  azure,  a  canton  ermine.  [Gowsell.] 

5.  Quarterly  per  fess  indented  argent  and  gules.  [Fitz 
Warren.]  6.  Azure,  semee  of  cross  crosslets  or  three 
luces  hauriant  argent.  [Folke  de  Oyre.]  7.  Argent,  a 
saltire  engrailed  gules.  [Tiptofte.]  8.  Argent,  a  fess 
between  two  bars gemelles  gules.  [Badlesmere.]  9.  Azure, 
a  bend  engrailed,  cotised  or.  [Fortescue.]  10.  Azure, 
two  bars  dancette  or,  a  chief  argent.  [Stonard  (?  Stonor).] 
11.  Gules,  a  saltire  argent,  a  label  azure  for  difference. 
[Nevell.]  12.  Argent,  three  fusils  in  fess  gules.  [Mont- 
acute.]  13.  Or,  an  eagle  displayed  vert.  [Mounther- 
mer.]  14.  Gules,  three  leopards  passant  in  pale  within  a 
bordure  or.  [Hollonde.]  15.  Tiptofte.  16.  Azure,  a 
fess  between  three  leopards'  heads  erased  or,  an  annulet  for 
difference.  [Delapoole.]  17.  Gules,  a  cross  engrailed 
argent.  [Inglethorpe.]  18.  Argent,  on  a  canton  gules  a 
rose  or.  [Bradston.]  19.  Azure,  six  lioncels  or,  3,  2,  1, 
on  a  canton  of  the  second  a  mullet  gules.  [Kirkbye.] 
20.  Or,  three  roses  gules.  [Harnehall.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  twenty -four — 1.  Wentworth,  with  a  crescent  for 

difference.  2.  Argent,  a  cross  degraded  sable.  [Wood- 
house.]  3.  Paly  of  six  gules  and  argent  a  bend  counter- 
changed.  [Pollington.]  4.  Argent,  a  cross  patee  sable. 
[Hoton.]  5.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  foxes'  heads 
erased  gules  [Tynsloe.]  6.  Gules,  on  a  bend  argent 
three  escallops  azure.  [Bissitt.]  7.  Paly  of  six  argent 
and  sable,  on  a  chevron  gules  three  mullets  of  the  first. 
[Dronsfield.]  8.  Spenser.  9.  Clare.  10.  Fitz- 
Warren.  11.  Folke  de  Oyre.  12.  Or,  on  a  chief 
gules  three  plates.  [Camoys.]  13.  Tiptofte.  14.  Barry 
of  ten  argent  and  azure,  an  orle  of  martlets.  [Chaworth.] 
15.  Badlesmere.  16.  Gules,  on  a  bend  betiveen  six  cross 
crosslets  fitche  argent  an  ermine  spot.  [Howard.]  17. 
Argent,  two  chevrons  azure,  a  bordure  engrailed  gules. 
[Tirrell.]  18.  Argent,  a  cross  between  four  escallops 
sable.  [Cogshall.]  19.  Paly  of  six  argent  and  sable. 
[Borgat.]  20.  Gules,  on  a  chevron  engrailed  argent  three 
dolphins  naiant  vert.  [Flambert.]  21.  Argent  fretty 
gules,  over  all  a  fess  or.  [Helliam.]  22.  S able,  three 
lions  rampant  argent.  [Inglishe.]  23.  Gules,  three 
unicorns'  heads  erased  or.  [Parris.]  24.  Gules,  three 
boars'  heads  couped  argent  between  nine  cross  crosslets  or. 
[SWYNBORNE.  ] 

3.  Quarterly  of  eighteen — Same  as  the  first  18  in  the  last  shield, 

a  mullet  for  difference. 

4.  Wentworth,  toith  a  mullet  for  difference,  impaling  argent  on 

a  fess  gules  betiveen  two  chevrons  azure,  each  charged  ivith 
three  escallops  of  the  field,  as  many  garbs  or.  [Eden.] 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


313 


Crests. — 1. 

2. 


[ 


3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 


5.  Quarterly  of  twenty — The  first  17  as  above.  18.  Azure,  on  a 

fess  engrailed  or  between  three  spear-heads  argent  a  grey¬ 
hound  courant  sable.  [Unton.]  19.  Gules,  two  chevrons 
argent,  in  dexter  chief  a  martlet.  [Fettiplace.]  20.  Same 
as  last  but  one  in  shield  No.  1. 

6.  Wentworth,  as  in  No.  4,  but  a  crescent  on  a  crescent  for 

difference,  and  the  arms  of  Ulster  impaling  Finch. 

A  griffin  passant,  wings  endorsed,  gorged  and  attired  or.  [ 

The  like,  on  a  cap  of  maintenance  azure,  turned  up  ermine.  [ 

A  unicorn's  head  erased  argent,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [ 

The  like,  with  a  mullet  for  difference.  [ 

The  like,  collared  gules.  [ 

A  demi-hart  sable,  collared,  pierced  with  an  arrow  or  held  in  its  mouth. 

] 


Roger  Wentworth  of  Woodhowse  in  com.  Yorksh. 
mar.  the  daugh.  and  heire  to  Woodhowse. 


Roger  Wentworth  of  Woodhowse=r. 
in  com.  Yorke,  sonne  and  heire.  to 


. daugh. 


William  Wentworth  of  Woodhowse- 
in  com.  York,  sonne  and  he. 


dsabell,  daugh.  and  sole  heire  to  Willm. 
Pollington  of  Pollington  in  Yorksh.  ar. 


I 


William  Wentworth  of  Wentworth  or  W oodho we=j= J ocosa,  dau.  &  sole  he.  to 
in  com.  Yorke,  esq.  sonne  and  he.  Walter  Tynsloe  esquier. 


William  Wentworth  of=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  John  Wentworth=p Joanne  daugh. 


Woodhowe  hall  in 
com.  Yorke,  ar.  sonne 
and  heire. 


Sr  Thomas  Reresby 
of  Yorkshire, 
Knight. 


of  Elmeshall  in 
com.  Yorksh. 
Gent.  2d  sonne. 


to  Richard 
Tyes  al’s  Teyas. 


I 


Thomas  Wentworth  of  Wood¬ 
howse  in  Yorksh.  whose 
posteritye  remayneth  still 
in  Yorksh. 


John  Wentworth  of- 
Elmeshall  in  com. 
Yorksh.  sonne  and 
heire. 


-Alice  daugh 
sole  heire  to 
Roger  Bissett 
of  Yorksh.  ar. 


and 


I 


John  Wentworth  of  Elmeshall  in=j=Agnis  daugh.  &  sole  heire  to  Will’m  Dronsfilde 


com.  York,  sonne  and  heire. 


of  West  Bretton  in  Yorkshire,  esq. 


ohn 


John  Wentworth  of  Elmeshall  in=p. 
com.  Yorksh.  sonne  and  heire. 


.  daugh.  to  Beaumont  of 
Whitby  hall  in  Yorkshr.  esquier. 


Roger  Wentworth=Margarett,  dau.  & 


of  Nettellested  in 
com.  Sulfolke  ar. 
sonne  and  heire. 

A 


coheire  to  Phillip, 
Lord  Spencer, 
wydow  to  ye  Lord 
Roose  whoe  died 
wlowt  issue. 


Richard  Wentworth, 
of  Westbretton  in 
com.  Yorksh. 

2d  sonne  mar.  Mawde 
dau.  to  Thomas 
Lord  Clifford. 


I 

John  Wentworth  of 
Elmeshall  in  com. 
Yorkshir  ar. 

3d  sonne  mar.  Eliz. 
daugh.  to  William 
Calverley,  esquier. 

2  s 


314 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


A| 


Sr  Phillip  Went-=Mary  daugh. 


worth  of  Nettell¬ 
sted  in  com. 
Suffolke,  Knight, 
sonne  and  heire. 


to  John 
Lord  Clif¬ 
ford. 


I 

Elizabeth 
mar.  to 
John  Cal- 
thrope 
esquier. 


I 

Margarett 
mar.  to 
John  or 
William 
Hopton 
esquier. 


....  a  3rd  dangh. 
mar.  to  Constable 
of  Flamboroughe 
in  Yorkshire. 


Sir  Henry  Wentworth  of  Nettellsted  in  com.=pAnn,  dau.  to  Sr  John 


Suffolke,  Knight,  sonne  and  heire. 


r 


Saye  Knight. 


Sr  Richard  Wentworth  of  Nettellsted  in  com.=pAnn,  dough,  to  Sr  Jame  Tirrell  of 
Suffolke,  Knight,  sonne  and  heire.  Gippinge  in  com.  Suffolke,  Kc. 


Sr  Thomas  Wentworth=Margarett 


of  Nettellsted  and  by 
K.  Edw.  ye  6  so  created 
Barron  sonne  and 
heire. 


dau.  and 
heire  to 
Sr  Adrian 
Fortescue  Kl. 


Margery  mar. 
to  Sr  Christo¬ 
pher  Glemham 
Knight. 


I  I 

Dorathe  mar.  to  Lyonell 
Tallmache  esquier. 

Thomasin  mar.  to  Rich¬ 
ard  Pinder  of  Ipswich. 


Thomas  the  2d  Lord  Wentworth  of  Nettellsted  in  com.  Suffolke 
sonne  and  he.  of  whome  ye  Erie  of  Cleveland  is  descended. 


Joanne  daugh.  to= 
Fitz  Symonds 
second  wife. 


:Henry  Wentworth  of  Codham  in=j=Elizabeth,  dau.  and  heire  to 
com.  Essex,  esquier,  sonne  and  Sr  Henry  Howard  Kl  sonne 

heire  he  was  but  2  sonne,  to  Sr  Henry  Howard 

no  heire.  2d  sonne  first  wife. 


From  this  mache 
doeth  descende 
the  Wentworths 
of  Buckinghamsh. 


S1'  Roger  Wentworth= 
of  Codham  in  com. 
Essex,  knight,  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Ann  daugh.  to  Humfrey  Tirrell  Henry 
of  Warley  in  com.  Essex  ar.  2d 
and  heire  to  her  mother  Isabell  sonne. 
dau.  &  heire  to  John  Helion. 


Sr  John  Wentworth= 

=Ann,  dau.  to  Bet- 

John 

Lora  mar.  first 

of  Codham  in  com. 

tenham  of  Bickley 

4th 

to  Shawe  2dly  to 

Essex,  Knight, 

in  com.  Kente 

sonne. 

Everard,  3dly  to 

sonne  and  heire. 

esquier. 

Clapton. 

I 

Margarett  2d 
daugh.  mar.  to 
J  ohn  Barnes 
of  Norffolke. 


I  I 

Mary,  eldest  daugh.  and  coheire  Margarett 
mar.  to  Thomas,  Lord  Went-  2d  daugh. 
worth  of  Nettellsted  in  com.  obiit  s.p. 
Suffolke,  buryed  at  Callis 
w*owt  issue. 


Ann,  3d  daugh.  and  coh.  mar.  first 
to  Hughe  Riche  2d  sonne  to  Rich¬ 
ard  Lo.  Riche,  2dly  to  Henry  Fitz- 
Allen,  Lo.  Maltrevers,  3dly  to 
Henry  Deane,  esquier. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


315 


B 


Thomas 

Elizabeth, 

3d  sonne. 

mar.  to 

— 

Sr  William 

William 

Allington 

4th  son. 

Knight. 

Robart  5th 
sonne. 


Roger  Went-=Ann,  dau 


worth  of  Fel- 
sted  and  after 
of  Booking, 
esq.  3d  sonne. 


to  Buck- 
ford. 


Henry  Went-= 
worth  of 
Mountnes- 
inge  in  com. 
Essex,  esqu. 
2d  sonne. 


=Ann  dau.  to 
Hamond  of 
Ramesden 
in  Essex. 


John 


of  Bockinge  in 
com.  Essex, 
esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


entworth=Elizabeth 
dau.  to 
S1'  Edward 


Capel  of 
Hadhamin 
com.  Hart¬ 
ford  K‘. 


Ann,  mar. 
first  to 
Roger  Par¬ 
ker  2dly  to 
Rich. 
Upcher, 
gent. 


.  .  .  .  mar.  to 
Mannock  of 
Giffords  hall 
in  com.  Suf¬ 
folk,  esq. 


Henry  Wentworth 
of  Bumpsted  in 
com.  Essex,  2d 
sonne,  mar.  dau. 
to  Benlowe  of 
Finchingfild  in 
Essex,  esquier. 


Edward  Wentworth  of= 

=Brigett  dau.  to  Anthony 

Henry  2d 

Ann,  mar.  to 

Bockinge  in  com. 

Maxey  of  Bradwell  in 

sonne 

Rowland 

Essex  esquier  sonne 

Essex  esquier. 

obiit  s.p. 

Husse, 

and  heire. 

esquier. 

Roger  Wentworth=Elizabeth  dau.  to  Henry  2d  sonne.  Edward  Elizabeth 
of  Bockinge,  esq.  Sr  Thomas  Eden  —  4th  eldest  dau. 

sonne  and  heire.  of  Sudbery  in  John  3d  sonne.  sonne.  — 

com.  Suffblke.  Ann  2d  daugh. 


Elizabeth  dau.= 
to  Sr  Christo¬ 
pher  Haydon 
of  Bacon- 
thorpe  in 
com.  Norffolke 
Knight  first 
wyfe. 


=John  Went-= 
worth  the 
first  of  Great 
Horkesley 
and  of  Gos- 
filde  in  com. 
Essex 
esquier, 
sonne  and  he. 


=Dorathe  dau. 
to  Sr  Richard 
Southwell  K* 
wydow  to 
Sr  Edward 
Moore 
2d  wyfe. 


Thomas  obiit 
s.p. 

Peter  mar.  ye 
daugh.  to 
Moone. 

Henry  mar. 
dau.  &  coh.  to 
Alablaster. 


Ann  mar.  to  Thomas 
lord  Wentworth  obiit 
1571. 

Mary,  mar.  to  Wil¬ 
liam  Cardinall  of 
Muche  Bromley  in 
com.  Essex,  ar. 


John  Wentworth= 
of  Gosfilde  in 
com.  Essex 
esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


c 


=Cecysley  dau. 
and  coheire 
to  Sr  Edward 
Umpton  of 
Glostershire 
K*. 


Willm.  2d  sonne 
ob.  s.p. 

Henry  3d  sonne. 

Edward  4th  sonne 
obiit  s.p. 


Richard  Elizabeth  mar.  to 
5  sonne.  Christopher  St. 

Lawrence  Barron 
of  Hoo  in  Ireland. 

Frann.  a  dau. 
obiit  s.p. 


316 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Sr  John  Wenfc-= 
worth  of  Gos- 
filde  in  com. 
Essex  Knight 
and  Barronett 
sonne  and 
heire,  Knighted 
23  of  Jully 
a0  1623. 


Elizabeth  dau.  to 
Sr  Moyle  Finche 
of  Kente,  Knight 
and  Barronett 
Knighted  a0 
1585  by  Q.  Eliz. 


William 

obiit 

s.p. 


Diana  mar.  to  Lewis 
Bowles  of  Hart- 
fordsh.  esquier. 

Cecylie  mar.  to  Sr  Tho¬ 
mas  Finche,  he  was 
Knighted  at  White¬ 
hall,  ye  8th  of  Janu¬ 
ary  a0  1608. 


Ann  mar.  to 
Sr  Edward 
Gostwick  of 
Bedfordshire, 
Knt. 

Catherin  un¬ 
mar. 


Elizabeth  eldest  daugh.  Cecysley,  2d  daugh.  Lucye,  3d  daugh. 

and  coheire.  and  coheire.  and  coheire. 


aSJrstltj)  anb  Bctithstjc. 

Arms  (3  shields). — 1.  Gules,  three  stags’  heads  cabossed  argent  attired  or  [Doyleye], 
impaling  quarterly  of  ten — 1.  Argent,  a  chevron  between 
three  rams'  heads  erased  azure.  [Bendyshe.]  2.  Argent, 
on  a  bend  gules  three  martlets  or,  a  bordure  of  the  second. 
[Burghwell].  3.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  or  a  lion  passant 
gardant  gules.  [Grauncester.]  4.  Argent,  on  a 
chevron  between  three  escallops  gules,  as  many  leopards' 
faces  or.  [Benington.]  5.  Sable,  two  bars  ermine,  in  chief 
three  annulets  or.  [Calles.]  6.  Or,  a  lion  rampant 
sable  croivned  gules.  [Beauchamp.]  7.  Argent,  on  a 
bend  sable  three  fleurs  de  lis  or.  [Bardfield.]  8. 
Quarterly — or  and  gules,  in  the  first  quarter  a  martlet,  a 
bordure  engrailed  sable.  [Huntington.]  9.  Clopton. 
10.  Sable,  an  esloile  of  six  points  or  between  two  flanches 
ermine.  [Hobart.] 

2.  Quarterly  of  ten — the  first  nine  as  above.  10.  Argent,  a 

icolf  salient  sable,  in  sinister  chief  a  mullet.  [Forde.] 

3.  Bendysh  impaling  argent  on  a  bend  engrailed  sable  three 

plates.  [Cutts.] 

Crest. — Out  of  an  earl's  coronet  a  talbot’s  head  or.  [Bendish.] 

Peter  Westley  al’s  Peter  of  Westley  Gent. 
_ “T 


Gerrard*  of  Westley  Gen tl e-=j=M arge ry ,  dau.  and  heire  of 
man,  sonne  &  he.  Richard  Burghwell. 


Rauffe  of  Westleye  otherwyse  called=pAgnis  the  daugh.  and  heire  to 
Rauffe  Bendishe.  John  Grauncester,  Esquier 

a 


George  in  Harl.  MS.  1541,  22b. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


317 


A| 


Rauff  of  Westleye  al’s  Bendishe,  ar.= 
sonne  &  heire. 


Thomas  Bendishe  2d  sonne, =p 
mar.  Alice,  daugh.  to  Helian 
Will’m  by  name. 


:Jermia  alias  Jacoba  daugh.  to 
Henry  Grygge. 


John  Bendishe 
sonne  and  heire 
died  whywt  Issue. 


Richard  Bendishe  3d  sonne, 
mar.  Margery  daugh.  to  John 
Butler  of  Walden. 


John  Bendishe  Esquier,  sonne=j=Alice  dau.  to  Sr  Robert 


and  heire. 


Rosse  Knight. 


Richard  Bendishe  sonne 
and  heire. 


Edmond  Bendishe=fA.lice,  dau.  &  heire  to  Jo.  Ban- 


r 


Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


ington  ar.  by  Isabell  2d  dau.  & 
coheire  to  John  Beachamp  of 
Herford. 


Agnis,  daugh.  and  sole  heire 
mar.  to  John  Mordant  of 
Turvey  in  com.  Bedford,  ar. 


Alice  daugh.=pThomas  Ben-=p Alice,  sole  daugh. 


to  Thomas 
Bradfild 
first  wyfe. 


dishe  Esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


and  heire  to  Sr  Wal¬ 
ter  Clopton  K‘  of  ye 
Roodes  and  of  Tops- 
feldhall  in  Hadeley, 
3d  sonne,  2d  wyfe. 


John 
Mordant 
of  Tur¬ 
key  in 
Bedford. 


I 

Agnies 
mar.  to 
Fother- 
ingay. 


Elizabeth, 
mar.  to 
John 

Warren  of 
Walden. 


Thomas  Bendyshe  of  Tops- 
filde  Hall  in  com.  Suffolke 


ar. 


I 

Rauffe  Bendyshe  of  Topsfilde  Hall1 
in  Hadley  in  com.  Suff.  Esquier. 


II  II 

William  John  Bendishe  Elizabeth. 
3d  sonne.  of  Hadleye,  2d  — 
sonne.  Alice. 


:Dorathe  daugh.  and  heire  to  Thomas  Hobert 
of  Leyham  in  com.  Suffolke,  Gent. 


Elizabeth,  dau.  and=Thomas  Doylye  of  Overbury 
sole  heire.  Hall  in  Leigham,  Esq. 


Edmond  Ben¬ 
dishe  mar. 
Elinor,  dau. 
to  Sl  George. 


Jane  daugh.  to- 
Fitz  Williams 
2dly  she  maryed 
to  Bradbery  of 
Wickham  Bo- 
nett,  2  wyfe. 


=Thomas  Ben-: 
dyshe  of 
Bumsted  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier, 
sonne  and 
heire. 


William  Bendishe 
Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


=Joanne,  dau. 
to  John  de 
Throckeldon 
first  wyfe. 


I  I 

Alice  mar.  to  Wal¬ 
ter  Gerard  ar. 

Johanne,  mar.  to 
Thomas  Wilford 
Esquier. 


Richard  Bendyshe  of=j=Ann  daugh. 


Bumsted  in  com.  Essex 
Esquier,  sonne  and 
heire. 


to  Roydon 
of  Roydon 
Hall  in  Essex. 


John  Bendyshe  2d 
sonne. 

Rauffe  3d  sonne. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 

_ Bj 


Richard  Bendyshe  of  Bumsted  in  com.=pMargarett,  daugh.  to  John  Newporte  of 
Essex,  Esquier,  sonne  and  heire.  I  Pelham  in  com.  Hart.  Esqnier. 


John  Bendishe  of  Bumpsted  in  com.: 
Essex,  esquier,  sonne  and  heire. 


:Margery,  daugh.  to  Thomas  Crawlei  of 
Lowghtes  (Wendon  Lofts)  in  Essex,  Esquier. 


Thomas  Ben¬ 
dishe  of  Bump¬ 
sted  in  com. 
Essex  Esquier 
sonne  and 
heire. 


■=pEllenor  daugh. 
■  and  coheire  to 
John  Foorde 
of  Fraytinge 
in  Essex, 

Esqu. 


Robart  2d  sonne.  Elizabeth  John  Bendyshe 

—  mar.  to  of  Wichingham 

Rooke  3d  sonne  Jo.  Hunt-  magna  in  com. 

ob.  s.p.  ington.  Norffolke  where  his 

—  desent  is  moore  at 

Fraun.  4th  sonne.  large  to  be  seene. 


Sr  Thomas  Ben¬ 
dyshe  of  Bum¬ 
sted  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight, 
Barronett,  sonne 
and  heire. 


=j=Dorathe,  daugh. 
to  Richard 
Cutts  of  Arkes- 
den  in  Essex, 
esquier. 


John  Richard  whose 
obiit  posterytie  is  in 
s.p.  Norff. 

Barbary  mar.  to 
Thomas  Smith  of 
Walsoking  Esq. 


Elizabeth,  mar.  to 
Jo.  Pepys  of  Cotten- 
ham  in  Camb. 
Esquier. 

Ellenor  mar.  to 
Robart  Bryant  of 
Bullingbrooke  in 
Yorksh. 


John  Thomas  Bendyshe  Esquier,  Dorathe,  age  11  a0  1613  mar.  to  Ellinor 
obiit  sonne  and  heire  apparant  age  Miles  Fernley  of  Creating  Sl  Marys  age  9 
s.p.  7  a0  1613.  in  com.  Suffolke  Esquier.  1613. 


Weston. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  azure  five  bezants, 
a  martlet  gules  for  difference.  [Weston.]  2  and  3. 
Azure,  fretty  argent  [Cave],  impaling  quarterly — 1  and 
4.  Pinchon.  2.  Empson.  3.  Orchard.  See  Pinchon. 

2.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Weston.  2  and  3.  Cave,  impaling 
quarterly  of  twelve — 1.  Per  pale  argent  and  gules  a 
crescent  for  difference.  [Waldegrave.]  2.  Barry  of 
twelve,  argent  and  azure.  [Mountchancy.]  3.  Gules,  an 
eagle  displayed  argent,  attired  or.  [Vancy.]  4.  Or,  a  fess 
vair.  [Creke.]  5.  Argent,  two  bars  sable,  in  chief 
three  mullets  of  the  second.  [Moigne.]  6.  Ermine,  a 
fess  sable  between  three  fig  frays  or  baskets  or.  [Fraye.] 
7.  Gules,  four  fusils  conjoined  in  fess  argent,  charged  with 
as  many  escallops  sable,  a  mullet  for  difference.  [Cheney.] 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


319 


8.  Gules,  on  a  chevron  between  three  garbs  argent  a  rose  of 
the  first.  [Reedham.]  9.  Sable,  a  bend  or  betiveen  six 
fountains.  [Stourton.]  10.  Gules,  a  lion  rampant  or, 
over  all  a  bend  ermine.  [Fitchett.]  11.  Gules,  a 
saltire  vair  between  four  mullets  or.  [Hill.]  12.  Argent, 
three  bendlets  azure ,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Streche.] 
Crests. — 1.  A  moor's  head  and  shoulders  wreathed,  all  proper.  [ 

2.  A  greyhound  courant  argent,  collared  or.  [Cave.] 


Weston  descended  from  the  Auntient  desente  of  Westons. 


Richard  Weston  of=pWyborow,  daugh.  to  Anthony 


Skryne  (Skreens)  in 
Roxwell  in  com. 
Essex  Esq.  and 
Justice  of  the 
Peace  &  Common 
Place. 


Catesby  of  Whiston  in  com.  North- 
ampt.  Esquier,  Wydow  to  Richard 
Jenour  of  Dunmowe  in  Essex 
gent.  She  died  ye  first  of  Q.  M. 
a0  1553. 


....  daugh.  mar.  to 
Slade  of  Stalfordsh. 

Jo.  Milborne  Lord  of  ye 
Mannor  of  Markes  in 
Dunmowe  m.  Jone  da.  to 
Slade. 


Mary,  daugh.=j=SrGerromWes-=Margery  dau.  to 
&  coheire  to  ton  of  Skrynes  Gerte  of  London 

Cave,  first  in  Roxwell,  in  wydow  to  Al- 

wyfe.  com.  Essex  dermanThawtes 

Knight,  sonne  (?  Thwaites)  3dly 

&  heire.  she  mar.  to  Sr 

John  Saveli 
Barron  of  the 
Exchequer. 


Amphillis  mar. 
to  Sr  Ben¬ 
jamin  Tich- 
borne  of  Tich- 
borne  in  com. 
Sowthampton, 
Knight. 


Margarett,  mar. 
to  John  Love- 
daye  Esquier. 
2dly  to  Andrew 
Glascocke  of 
Eltham  Parke 
in  Kente, 
esquier. 


Elizabeth  dau.  to: 
Edwarde  other¬ 
wise  William  Pin- 
chon  of  Writtell 
in  Essex,  Esquier 
1st  wife. 


=Sr  Richard  Weston  of  Skrynes  in  Rox-=pFrauncis  dau.  to 


well  in  com.  Essex,  Knight,  sonn  & 
heire  Kl  for  Essex  1614.  Embassador 
to  ye  States  of  Germanie  Jully  7  a0 
1629  and  Chauncelor  of  ye  Exchequer, 
1622. 


Nicholas  Walde- 
grave  of  Borley 
in  com.  Essex  ar. 
2d  wyfe  and  his 
heire. 


Richard  Weston  Esquier  Elizabeth  eld.  dau. 
sonne  &  heire.  — 

Mary,  2d  daugh. 


Jeromye  2d  sonne.  Catherin 
—  3d  daugh. 

Thomas  3  sonne. 


William  A  daughter  mar.  A  daughter  mar.  Dorathe,  mar.  A  daughter  mar. 

Weston  first  to  John  Wil-  to  Nicholas  Cot-  to  Sr  Edward  to  Edw.  Leven- 

2d  liams  of  Burntwood  ton  of  Rumford.  Pinchon  of  thrope  of  Hart- 

sonne.  2d  to  Gardiner  of  Writtell  Knt.  fordshire,  ar. 

Sussex. 


320 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


W&fyittowibt,  2®i)etcmnbe* 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Paly  of  six  argent  and  sable,  three  eagles  ' displayed 
counterchanged.  [  Whitcome. ]  2  and  3.  Sable,  three  bugles,  Jurrns  argent, 

furnished  gules.  [Dodington.] 


Peter  Whitcome  of  Writtle  in  com.  Essex. 

_ 


Peter  Whitcome  of  Writtle  in  com.  Essex  Gentleman=pMargaret  dau.  and  heire  of 
sonne  and  heire  living  1617.  I  Dodington  al’s  Dorington. 


Peter  Whetcombe  sonne  James  2d  Margaret  mar.  to  Whetcombe 
and  heire  a0  1617.  sonne.  of  Kente. 


auijttbrrti. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Whitbred,  as  in  Vis.  of  1634,  impaling  . .  .  . 
2.  Whitbred,  impaling  .... 


Thomas  Whytbred  of  White  Nottley 
in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman. 


Christopher  Whytbred  of  White  Nottley 
in  com.  Essex,  Gentle,  sonne  and  heire. 


Grace  daugh.  to=j=Thomas  Whytbred  of=j=Agnes,  daugh.  to 


Sponer  of  much 
Leese  in  Essex, 
first  wyfe. 


White  Nottley  in  com. 
Essex  Gentlem.  sonne 
and  heire. 


William  Hunte,  of 
Gosfilde  in  com. 
Essex,  gent. 


Joanne,  mar.  to 
Thomas  Eglesfild 
of  Esteham  in 
com.  Essex, 
Gentle. 


r 

John  Wyt  or=j=Joanne,  dau. 


Whytbrede 
of  Writtell 
in  com. 
Essex,  Gent. 
3d  sonne. 


and  heire  to 
Charles  Ya- 


Henry  Whytbred 
of  Whyt  Nottley 
in  com.  Essex, 


han  (Vaughan)  Gent.  4lh  sonne 
of  Dartford  in  mar.  the  dau.  to 
com.  Kente.  William  Keyes  of 
Essex.  =p 

c  I 


Mary  mar.  to 
Richard 
Everard  of 
Black  Nottley 
in  Essex. 

Ellen  ob.  s.p. 


Agnes  mar. 
first  to 
Henry 
Wright  of 
Whitnottley 
2dl?  (blank). 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


321 


A  B 


C 


1 

| 

2  |  3  | 

1 

21  3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 

| 

Thomas 

Christopher 

John. 

Agnes  mar. 

Joanne. 

Margarett 

William 

obiit 

Whytbrede 

— 

to  Peter 

— 

mar.  to 

sonne 

s.p. 

of  London 
Barber 
Surgan, 
sonne  and 
heire. 

Peter. 

Watsone  of 

London 

Gentleman. 

Elizabeth. 

Ellen. 

Dorathe. 

Peter 
Wilkin- 
sone  of 
London, 
Gent. 

and 

heire. 

Anne. 


Mary  obiit  s.p. 


Thomas  Why  tbred=j=  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  Margaretyne  in  !  and  coheire  to 
com.  Essex  Gentle-  Richard  White 
man,  sonne  and  ofMargaretine. 
heire. 


Clement  Whitbred=j=Ann,  daugh. 


of  White  Nottley 
in  com.  Essex 
Gentle.  2d  sonne. 


to  Charles 
Whittell  of 
Essex 
Gentleman. 


Grace 
mar.  to 
John 
Collet,  of 
Essex. 


William  Whytbred  sonne  Charles  Whytbred  sonne  Ann,  onely 
and  heire.  and  heire.  daugh. 


mm. 

Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  azure  between  three  popinjays  vert,  belled  or,  a  bordwre  of 
the  second,  charged  with  eight  bezants  [White],  impaling  argent  a  bend  vert 
cotised  dancette  gules.  [Graye.] 


Richard  White  of  Hutton 
com.  Essex  gentlem. 


in=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sr  William 
Tirrell,  Kl. 


Lich  e 


Richard  White1 
of  Hutton  in 
com.  Essex  ar. 
sonne  &  heire. 


-Margarett  daugh. 
to  Stirley  (?  Shir¬ 
ley)  of  Notting¬ 
ham. 


Susan  mar.  to 
Thomas  Tonge 
Clarencieux 
Kinge  of  Armes. 


Mary,  mar.  first 
to  Whitehed 
2dIy  to  Spenser. 


Janne  mar. 
to  Will- 
cocks. 


George  White=f=Catherine  daugh. 


of  Hutton 
sonne  & 
heire. 


to  William 
Strowde  of 
Devonsh. 


Humfrey  2d  Dorathe  Ann,  mar.  Elizabeth 

sonne.  mar.  to  to  Setyll.  mar.  to 

—  Stanton.  '  Sheppard. 

John  3d  sonne. 


2  T 


322 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


Al 


Edmond  White  of  Nottley  in  com.  Essex  &  Richard  Catherin  mar.  to  ...  . 
of  Nottleyhall  2d  sonne  mar.  Ann  dau.  to  Jo.  4th  sonne.  Knighton  of  Bayford 
Wright.  in  com.  Hartford,  K*. 


Richard  White  of  Hutton  in  com.=pMary  daugh.  to  Edmond  George  obiit  a 
Essex  Esquier,  obiit  ye  19th  of  August  Plowden  of  Plowden  in  Bachelor  a0 
a0  1614.  Shropsh.  1609. 


I 

Richard  White  of=. 
Hutton  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex  Esquier,  sonne 
&  heire. 


daugh.  &  a  sonne 
h.  to  Andrew  borne 
Graye  a  a0  1608. 

Lawyer. 


Mary,  mar.  to  Phillip  Waldegrave 
of  Borley  in  Essex,  ar.  She  died 
w4in  3  or  4  years  after  her 
maryage. 


One  sonne.  One  daugh. 


Wtlforb. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Gules,  a  chevron  engrailed  betiveen  three  leopards’  heads 

erased  or.  [Wilford.]  2.  Brown.  3 . a  chevron  between  three  swans1 

necks  erased,  ducally  gorged  .  .  .  .  [  ]  4.  Per  bend  sinister 

a  lion  rampant  [  1,  impaling  azure  three  demi-lions  rampant  ermine. 

[Newman.] 

Crest. — A  leopard’s  head  erased  or.  [  ] 

James  Wilford  Gentleman  maryed  and  had  Issue. 


Sr  James  Wilford  of  Hart-==Joice,  daugh.  to  Barrett 


redg  in  com.  Kente, 
Knight  buryed  in  S‘  Bar¬ 
tholomews  by  ye  Exchange. 


of  Aveley  in  Essex  as 
appereth  by  Cooks  Visi¬ 
tation  of  Kente. 


Wynifred  mar.  to  Nicholas 
Smith  of  Laymans  (Lane- 
hams  in  Rivenhall)  in  com. 
Essex,  esquier. 


Thomas  Wilford  of  Hartredge,=j=Mary,  daugh.  to  Sr  Humfrey  Browne  of 


in  com.  Kente,  esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


Essex,  Knight  and  Justice  of  the  Kings 
Benche,  his  eldest  coheire. 


Robart,  2  sonne,  William  Wilford  Agnes  mar.  to  Joyce  2d  daugh. 

—  4th  sonne  live-  Throgmorton  — 

Humfrey  3d  sonne,  inge.  of  Coughton  Frauncis  3d  daugh. 

—  —  in  com.  War-  — 

Peter  5th  sonne,  Joseph  5th  sonne.  wick  ar.  Catherin  4th  daugh. 

all  ob.  s.p.  — 

—  Mary  5th  daugh. 

Richard  ob.  s.p. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


323 


James  Wilford  of  Quenden  in  com  =pAnn,  daugh.  and  heire  to  Thomas  Newman  of 


Essex  esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


Quenden  in  Essex, 
saydc  towne. 


ar.  of  Newman  hall  in 


John  and 

Henry  Wilford  of  Newman’s 

Thomas  Wilford 

Mary  2d 

Dorathe  4th 

Thomas 

hall  in  Quenden  in  com. 

2  sonne. 

dau. 

daugh. 

obierunt 

Essex,  ar.  sonne  and  heire 

— 

— 

— 

s.p. 

mar . da.  of 

[Sr  Leventhorpe  Franke].* 

Ann  eldest  dau. 

Eliza¬ 
beth  3rd 
daugh. 

Joyce  5th 
daugh. 

ratnch. 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  fess  gules  three  cross  crosslets  or,  on  a  canton  azure  five  fleurs 
de  lis  of  the  third  [Winch],  impaling  Vavasor,  in  chief  a  martlet  gules. 
Crest  (Harl.  MS.  1541,  fo.  157b). — A  lion's  head  affrontee,  erased  argent,  ducallg 
crowned  or,  between  two  spears  of  the  second,  headed  proper.  [Winch.] 

( The  arms  are  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


[t  Robert  of  Lewton  in  com.  Bedford. 
Harl.  MS.  1541,  fo.  157b.] 


f  Edmund  Winch  of  Wood¬ 
ford  in  com.  Essex  gent. 


.  dangh.  to 
Beachampe. 


[t  Robert  of  London  grocer. 
Same  MS.] 


|  Edmond  Winche  of  Wood-~.  .  .  .  daugh.  to 
ford  in  com.  Essex  esquier  Hollonde. 
sonne  and  heire. 


Edmond  Winch=fMawdlyne 


of  Woodford  in 
com.  Essex  gent, 
son  and  heir. 
[Edward,  same 
MS.] 


daugh.  to 
Alderman 
Hacket  of 
London. 


Danyell  Winche 
of  London,  2d  sonne 
mar.  Sibbell  dau.  of 
Shortis  of  London. 


Rebecca  Ann,  mar.  first  to 
mar.  to  Spicke  of  London 
Jo.  Mortis  2dly  to  Lytteler  of 
of  London.  Bentreheath 
(Becontree)  in 
Essex. 


Margarett  dau.  to=Edmond  Winch=Millisent  dau. 


Robart  Mason  of 
Woodford  in  com 
Essex,  first  wyfe. 


of  Woodford  in 
com.  Essex 
Gent,  son  and 
heir. 


to  Nicholas 
Vavasor  of 
Waltham  in 
Essex,  gentle. 


Thomas  2d  Elizabeth  eldest 
sonne.  dau. 

Robart  3d  Mawdelyn  2d 
sonne.  daugh. 


Robert  obiit  sine  prole. 


An  addition. 


324 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


Wiseman. 


(No.  1.) 

Arms  (4  shields). — 1.  Salle,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  cronels  argent  [Wise¬ 
man],  impaling  gules  fretty  argent.  [Huddleston.] 

[  Note. — It  is  stated  in  the  MS.  that  the  chevron  ought  to  be 
argent,  not  ermine.  Guillim,  however,  has  it  ermine.] 

2.  Wiseman,  with  a  crescent  for  difference,  impaling  per  fess  gules 

and  argent  a  pale  counterchanged,  three  lucks’  heads  erased 
or.  [Roper.] 

3.  Wiseman,  with  an  annulet  for  difference,  impaling  sable  a 

chevron  between  three  lapwings  argent.  [ 

4.  Wiseman,  ivithout  a  difference,  impaling  Daniell. 

Crest. — A  sea-horse  sejant  or.  [Wiseman.] 


John  ( William  struck  out  and  John  substituted)  Wiseman 
of  Felsted  al’s  Northend  in  com.  Essex,  esquier. 


Thomas  Wise¬ 
man  of  Bradax, 
in  Essex, 
esquier  sonne 
&  heire. 


Elizabeth  daugh.=Sr  Ralfe  Wiseman  of=Catherin,  dau.  to  Tho- 
to  Frauncis  j  Ravenhall  (Riven-  mas  Riche  of  Horndon 


Barley  of  Essex, 
first  wyfe. 


hall)  in  Essex, 
Knight,  2d  sonne, 
obiit  a°  1608. 


on  ye  Hille  in  Essex, 
wydow  to  Baker  2d 
wyfe. 


Sr  Will’m  Wise-= Jayne 


man  of  Bradax 
in  com.  Essex, 
Knight  sonne 
&  heire. 


dau.  to 

Edmond 

Huddel- 

ston, 

Knight. 


Thomas  2d 
sonne. 

John  3d 
sonne. 

Robart  4th 
sonne. 


Thomas  Wise-=Isabell 
man  of  Raven-  dau.  to 
hall  in  Essex  Anthony 
Knight,  sonne  Roper  of 
&  heire.  Kente, 

esquier. 


Robarte  2d 
sonne  . . . . 
mar.  to 
Fitz. 


[2dly  to  Mrs  Mary=John  Wiseman  of=.  . 


Rugeley  da.  to  Sr 
Rowland  Rugeley 
of  Dunton  in  com. 
Warwick  K1.] 


Bradax  in  Essex 
esquier  sonne  and 
heire  [married  ye 
Ladye  Archer  sans 
issue]. 


dau. 

to 


Dorathe  eldest  dau. 
[maried  to  Brooks- 
bye  of  Lestershire 
esq.  and  had  issue 
2  da.  &  heyres]. 


Wynifred 
2d  daugh. 
[a  nunne 
in  France.] 


[Aurelius  Percy  Wiseman.  Elizabeth.  Lucy.] 


I  3  I 

George  Wise-=Martha  dau.  Richard  Wiseman  of  London  esquier, =Mary  dau. 


man  of 
Upminster 
in  Essex, 
esqu.  3d 
sonne. 


to  William 
S  trail  gman 
of  Hadley 
in  Essex 
esquier. 


4th  sonne  obiit  12th  of  Decemb. 
a0  1618  buryed  in  Sf  Lawrence 
Powltneys  Lon.  wl  Herraults. 


to  Robart 
Browne  of 
London  ar. 


THE  VISITATION  03?  ESSEX,  1612. 


325 


A  | 

B  1 

William  Wiseman  of= 

=Ursula,  daugh.  &  coheire  to 

.1. 

William  Wiseman  of 

Baddow  in  com. 

John  Danyell  of  Messinge 

Langham  in  com. 

Essex,  gent,  sonne 
and  heire. 

hall  in  Essex,  esqu. 

Essex  2d  sonne  mar.  ye 
dau.  and  he.  to  Kinge. 

William  Wiseman  sonne  and  heire. 

Mary  mar. 
to  Robert 
Crabe  of 
Tilbery  in 
Essex. 


Ann  mar.  to  her  first  hus¬ 
band  John  Chamber  of 
Estatillbery  (East  Tilbury) 
in  Essex  2dly  to  Winsor 
3dly  to  Thomas  Rookewood 
of  Norff.  esq. 


I 

Martha  mar. 
to  Richard 
Dowe  of 
Fobbin  in 
Essex. 


I 

Adrian 

obiit 

s.p. 


Jayne  mar. 
to  James 
Nuttall  of 
Rocheford 
in  Essex. 


Sr  Robart  Wise¬ 
man,  Knight 
sonne  &  heire 
maried  to  ...  . 
of  London  and 
both  dyed  sance 
Issue. 


Richard  Wyseman  of  Lyn- 
coln  Inne,  esqu.  mar.  dau. 
to  Hewitt  of  London 
esquier.  he  2dly  mar.  ye 
syster  to  Sr  James  Bour- 
cher  Kl  wydow  to  Bridges 
of  Lomber  Streate  wher 


Thomas  Wiseman 
3d  sonne,  mar.  to 
....  daugh.  to 
....  Backhowse 
of  London. 


I  I  I 

John  4th 
sonne. 

Edward  5th 
sonne. 

William  6th 


she  lyeth  buryed  wl  a 
penon. 

sonne. 

Mary  mar.  to 

Ursula  mar. 

Elizabeth 

1 

Robert  Wyse-= 

1 

dau.  Penelope 

George  Warde 

to  Symond 

mar.  to  Sir 

man  of  Malden 

to  Sr 

mar.  to 

of  Upton  in 

Harvy, 

William 

in  Essex,  ar. 

Robt. 

John 

com.  Yorke. 

Gentle. 

Hewet, 

Knight 

sonne  & 
heire. 

Brett 

Kb 

Stevens 
of  Col¬ 
chester. 

William  5th 
sonne  &  of 
Malden  in 
Essex,  ar. 


I  I 

Phillip  6th  sonne. 

John  7th  sonne 
ob.  s.p. 


Ann,  mar.  first  to  Will’m  Fitch  of  Richard 
Lyttell  Canfild  in  Essex,  esquier,  obiit 
2dly  to  Pudsey  of  Yorkeshyr  but  s.p. 
after  of  Essex,  esquier. 


{The parts  within  brackets  are  additions  to  the  M S.) 


326 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


OTifeemam 


(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  cronels  argent. 
[Wiseman.]  2  and  3.  Gules,  three  lozenges  conjoined  in  fess  ermine,  between 
six  martlets  argent  [  ],  impaling  argent  a  bend  gobony  gules  and 

sable,  cotised  of  the  last.  [Leventhorpe.] 

Crest. — A.  tower  or,  port  argent,  on  the  top  a  demi-Moor  vested  in  mail,  all  grroper, 
ivreathed  round  the  temples  argent,  in  the  dexter  hand  a  dart  proper,  plumed  or, 
in  the  sinister  a  Roman  shield  of  the  first.  [Wiseman.] 

( The  crest  and  arms  are  an  addition  to  the  MS.) 


John  Wyseman  Gentleman.=pMawdlyn  daugh.  and  heire  to  Rockell,  gent. 


I 

Robart  Wyseman,  Gentleman, =f=Mary,  daugh.  to  Hubert 
sonne  and  heire.  of  Suffolke. 


George  Wiseman  Gentleman=pMargarett,  dau.  to  Garnishe 
sonne  and  heire.  I  of  Suffolke. 


John  Wiseman  Gentleman,  sonn  and  heire.=j= Ann,  daugh.  to  Windham  of  Norffolke. 


Symond  Wiseman  Gentleman  sonne  and  heire. =f=Margarett,  dau.  to  Bokingham. 
William  Wiseman  Gentleman,  sonne  and  heire.=pMary,  dau.  to  Glascocke  of  Essex. 


John  Wiseman  of  Canfilde=pAgnis,  daugh.  to  Catherin,  mar.  to  Thomas 


in  com.  Essex,  esquier, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Josslyn  of  Essex,  Yonge,  of  Roxwell  in 

esquier.  com.  Essex,  Gentle. 


John  Wiseman  of  Canfilde=j=Margery  dau.  to  Walde- 


in  com.  Essex,  esquier 
sonne  and  heire. 


grave  of  Suffolke 
esquier. 


Clemence  mar.  to  Richard 
Everard  of  Waltham  in 
com.  Essex,  esquier. 


I  I  I 

John  Wiseman  of  Canfilde  William  Thomas  Wiseman=j= Alice  daugh.  and  heire 


in  com.  Essex,  esquier,  Wiseman  of  Canfilde  in 
sonne  and  heire,  mar.  Ann  2d  sonn.  com.  Essex  esqui. 
daugh.  to  Leventhorpe.  3d  sonne. 


to  Robart  Myles  of 
Sutton  in  com.  Suf¬ 
folke. 


I 


I 


I  I 


L I 


John  Wise-  Robart,  2d  sonne.  Thomas  Kanellimus  5th  Mary  eldest  Parnell 


man  sonne 


4th 


and  heire.  William  3d  sonne.  sonne. 


sonne. 

Edmond  6th 
sonne. 


daugh. 

Susan  2d  dau. 


3d 

dau. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


327 


SKHtstman. 

(No.  3.) 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Per  pale  or  and  azure,  on  a  chevron  two  dragons  combatant, 
all  counter  changed,  a  chief  ermine  charged  with  three  cronels 
sable  [Wiseman],  impaling  ermine  a  chevron  sable  between 
three  cocks  azure.  [Glascock.] 

2.  Wiseman,  impaling  argent  a  fess  wavy  between  three  estoiles 
gules.  [Everard.] 

Crest. — A  demi-dragon  sable,  icings  endorsed  or,  holding  a  broken  staff  of  the  second. 

[Wiseman.] 


In  Much  Waltham  Church  : — 

Whoe  lyste  to  see  &  knowe  him  selfe  may  loke  upon  this  glasse 
And  waye  ye  Beaten  Pathes  of  death  wiche  he  shall  over  Passe, 
Which  waye  Thomas  Wyseman,  w{  patient  minde  hathe  gone, 

Whose  bodye  here  as  death  hath  charged  lyeth  covered  wl  this  stonne 
Thus  dust  to  dust  is  brought  agayne,  the  Earth  she  hathe  her  one, 
This  shall  ye  laste  of  all  men  be  before  the  trumpe  be  Blowen. 


Thomas  Wyseman  of  Stysted  in  com.=pDorathe,  dau.  to  . 


she  died 


Essex  or  of  Much  Waltham. 


the  30  of  June,  a0  1589. 


William  Wyseman  of  Stysted  in  com.=j=.  .  .  .  dau.  to 
Essex  esquier  sonne  and  heire.  Bedell  of 


Stephen  2d  sonne  obiit 
12  of  Aprell  a°  1567. 


Elizabeth,  daugh.  to  John: 
Glascock  of  Rockeswell 
in  com.  Ess.  esquier, 
first  wyfe. 


=John  Wyseman 
of  Stysted  in 
Essex,  Esq. 
sonne  &  heire. 


=pMary,  dau.  to  Rich¬ 
ard  Everard  of 
Much  Waltham  in 
Essex,  ar.  2  wyfe. 


William  2  sonne. 
Thomas  3  sonne. 


1 

Ann,  onely  daugh.  mar. 

1  1 

Thomas  1st 

I  1 

Richard  3d 

Joseph 

1  1 

Elizabeth. 

to  Will’m  Glopton  of 

sonne. 

sonne. 

5th 

— 

Lystons,  esquier. 

John  2d 
sonne. 

Theophilus 
4th  sonne. 

sonne. 

Clemence. 

328 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


mmx. 

Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  crescents  gules,  a  crescent  for  difference 
[Wither],  impaling  ermine  on  a  fess  sable  three  mullets  or.  [Lister.] 


Fabian  Wither  of 
London,  Gent, 
sonne  and  heire. 


Lawrence  Wyther  of=p.  .  .  .  daugh.  to 


London,  Gentleman. 


Standish. 


George  Wither  of  Colchester  in  com.  Essex, =j=Pressilla  daugh. 


Archdeacon  2d  sonne,  he  mar.  2dIy  the  daugh. 
to  Scott  of  Kente. 


to  Shellbery 
(?  Stilbury.) 


Nicholas  Mary, 
ob.  s.p. 


Abell  ob. 
s.p. 


Thomas  sonne 
and  heire 
Archdeacon  of 
Colchester. 


Lawrence  Wither 
2d  sonne,  mar. 
the  daugh.  to 
Auditor  Curie. 


George  Wither=Ann  daugh. 
of  Danbery  in  to  Lester  of 
com.  Essex  Cheshire 

Gentleman,  Esquier. 

3d  sonne. 


®2dotti)tncjton. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Argent,  three  tridents  sable,  on  a  canton  err  the  badge  of  Ulster 
[Worthington],  impaling  argent  a  cross  voided  between 
four  mullets  pierced  sable.  [Atkins.] 

2.  Worthington  impaling  sable  a  cross  engrailed  or,  in  sinister 
chief  a  mullet  argent.  [Peyton.] 

Crest. — A  goat  passant  argent,  attired  or,  in  its  mouth  an  acorn  branch  vert,  fruited 
of  the  second.  [Worthington.] 


William  Worthington  of  Worthington  in  Standish 
Parrishe,  in  com.  Lancashire,  Gentleman. 


William  Worthington  of  Worthington- 
Borne  but  after  of  Or  sett  in  com. 
Essex,  Esquier,  Pentinor  to  K.  H.  8 
K.  Edw.  ye  6  Q.  Mary  and  Q.  Eliza. 


:Ann,  daugh.  to  Sr  Robart 
Tirrell  of  Warley  in  com. 
Essex,  Knight  Master  of 
the  horse  to  K.  Hen.  8. 


Margarett  dau.  to  Christopher: 
Peyton  of  Bury  Sl  Edm.  wydow 
to  Richard  Eden,  ar.  3dly  she 
mar.  to  Bryan  Tuke  of  Layer 
Marny  in  Essex,  Esquier  a° 
1617. 


:Sir  William  Worthington1 
of  Springfilde  in  com. 
Essex  Knight,  sonne  and 
heire,  Gentleman  Porter 
of  the  Tower  and  Pentinor 
to  Q.  Eliz.  and  K.  James, 
buried  at  Springfilde. 


=Mary  daugh.  to 
Richard  Atkins  of 
London,  ar.  and  Re¬ 
corder  of  the  same 
she  lyeth  buryed  in 
ye  Tower. 

A  B 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1612. 


329 


I 

Frauncis  mar. 
first  to  John 
Masters  2dly  to 
John  Gillitt. 


Mary,  mar.  to  Ga- 
berell  Warcope  of 
Alsforde  (?  Alres- 
ford)  in  com.  Rente, 
but  nowe  of  Bils- 
ton  hall  in  com. 
Suffolk. 


Ann,  mar.  to  Fraun. 
Barnard  of  Margaretine 
in  com.  Essex,  ar. 
Gentleman  Porter  of  the 
Tower  wher  he  and  his 
wife  lyeth  Buryed,  she 
died  1617. 


~r 


Margaret  daugh. 
and  coheire  mar. 
to  Frauncis  Roys- 
ton  of  Hackney 
in  com.  Midelsex 
Pentioner  to  the 
Kinge. 


Worthington  Warcope  onely  sonne  died 
wlowt  Issue  and  Lyeth  Buryed  in  Had- 
leigh  church  in  Suffolke  a0  1617. 


Elizabeth,  daugh.  and  sole  heire,  mar. 
to  William  Ryvett  of  Bildeston  Hall  in 
com.  Suffolke  esquier,  Lorde  of  the  same. 


Ann,  mar.  to  Elizabeth,  mar.  first  to  Thomas  Cooke  of  Lestersh.  2dly  to 

Poynter.  John  Lyttellton  of  the  com.  of  Worster  Esquier. 


Sffiortlej?. 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  bend  azure  between  six  martlets  gules  three  bezants,  a  crescent 
on  a  crescent  for  difference  [Wortley],  impaling  sable  on  a  bend  argent  three 
fleurs  de  lis  of  the  first.  [Wood.] 

Crest. — An  eagle's  leg  plumed  on  the  thigh  with  feathers  argent,  a  crescent  on  a 
crescent Jor  difference.  [Wortley.] 


George  Wortley  of  Wortley^.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  the 


in  com.  Yorke,  Esquier. 


lord  Furnevall. 


Richard  Wortley  of  John  Wortley  of  Chelms-=p  Joanne, 
Wortley  in  com.  Yorke  ford  in  com.  Essex  daughter 

Esquier  sonne  and  Gentleman,  2d  sonne.  to  Palmer, 

heire. 


William  Wortley  of  John  Wortley  of  Chelms-=f=Rebeca  daugh.  to  Thomas  obiit 
London,  Gentle.  ford  in  com.  Essex,  gent.  Wood  of  Chelms-  sine  prole, 

sonne  and  heire.  2d  sonne.  ford  in  Essex. 


Timothe  sonne 
and  heire. 


Thomas  sonne  Richard  2a  Sara  eldest  Elizabeth 
and  heire.  sonne.  daugh.  2d  daugh. 


330 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


mxott). 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  lend  salle  three  lions'  heads  erased  of  the 
first  croimed  or.  [Wroth.]  2  and  3.  Per  fess  or  and  sable  a  pale  engrailed 
counterchanged  three  eagles  displayed  of  the  second  [Stonard],  impaling  or  a 
plieon  azure.  [Sydney.] 

Crest. — A  lion's  head  erased  gardant  argent  crowned  or.  [Wroth.] 

Motto. — “  Fide  et  veritate.” 


Sr  John  Wroth  of  London  Shrive  the  26  of 
Edward  3rd  a0  1351  and  Mayor  of  the  same 
ye  35th  of  Edward  3rd  a0  1361. 


Eobart  Wroth  of  Durance  in  Enfilde,  in  com.  Middle¬ 
sex  Esquier  sonne  and  heire. 


:.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Sr  Thomas 
Lewknor  Knight. 


William  or  Thomas  Wroth  of  Durance  in  Enfilde  Esquier, =j=Margarett,  dau.  to 


sonne  and  heire. 


Newdigatt. 


Eobart  Wroth  of  Durance- 
in  Enfilde  Esquier  sonne 
and  heire. 


I 


= Jayne,  daugh.  to  S' 
Thomas  Hawte  Knight 
wydow  to  Goodier. 


! 


Elizabeth  mar.  to  Sr  John 
Jermy  of  Mettfilde  Castell  in 
Suffolke,  6th  of  Edward  4th  a0 
1406. 


Sr  Thomas  Wroth  of=pMary  3d  dau.  to  Sr  Kichard 


Durance 

Knight, 

heire. 


m 


Enfilde 
sonne  and 


Eiche,  Knight  ye  first  Lord 
Kich  and  Lo.  Chauncelor 
of  England. 


John  Wroth  of- 
Kentishe  (?  Kent- 
house)  in  com. 
Kente  Esquier 
2d  sonne. 


dau. 


of 


Sr  Eobart=pSusan,  daugh. 


Wrothe  of 
Durance 
in  Enfilde 
Knight 
sonne  and 
heire. 


and  sole  heire 
to  Frauncis 
Stonard  of 
Loughton  in 
com.  Essex 
Esquier. 


I 

John— p.  .  . 
Wrothe  dau. 
of  Lon-  !  to 
don  2d  ... 
sonne. 

nF 


Margery  mar. 
to  Izacke.  2dly 
to  Thomas 
Wyatt  of 
Barkyn  in 
Essex. 


William  Wrothe  of 
Kentishe  in  Kent 
Esq.  20th  of  Aprell 
1614,  mar.  Mary 
dau.  to  John  .... 

(Cut  away.) 


Sr  Eobart  Wrothe  of=j=Mary  eld.  dau. 


Durance  in  Enfilde 
and  of  Lowghton  in 
Essex,  Knight  sonne 
&  hr.  obiit  one  Mun- 
day  ye  14th  of 
Marche,  a0  1614. 


to  Sr  Eobarte 
Sydney  Kl  Vi- 
count  Lisle  and 
after  Erie  of 
Lester  and 
Knight  of  the 
Garter. 


I 

John 
Wrothe  a 
captayne 
2d  sonne. 


=Mawde,dau.  to 
Eich.  Flew- 
elleti  of  Wales 
wydow  to  Cap¬ 
tayne  Gregory 
Lennard  brother 
to  Henry  Lord 
Dacre. 


Henry  Wrothe 
3d  sonne  mar. 
Jayne,  dau.  to 
Sr  Thomas 
Harris  of 
Mawlden  in 
Essex  Knight. 


'I 


James  died  an  Infante. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


331 


2®Sptt. 

Arms. — 1.  Quarterly — Gules,  on  a  fess  or  between  three  boars'  heads  erased  argent 
as  many  lioncels  sable.  [Wyatt.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  bend  yules 
a  martlet  between  ttoo  roses  or,  a  bordure  engrailed  azure  charged  with 
eight  bezants.  [Bayliffe  alias  Clarke.] 

2.  Wyatt  impaling  Browne. 

Crest. — A  demi-lion  rampant  sable  qutte  d’or  holding  an  arrow  of  the  second. 

[Wyatt.] 


Richard  Wyatt  of  Barkinge- 
in  com.  Essex,  Gentleman. 


:Margarett,  daugh.  and  heire  to 
William  Bayliffe  al’s  Clarke. 


Sr  Henry  Wyatt,  Knight  of  the  Bathe 
to  K.  H.  8th  at  his  Cronation  and 
Knight  Bannerett  to  ye  sayde  Kinge, 
sonne  and  heire.  =f 


William  Wyatt  of=j=.  .  .  .  daugh.  to  Harde 
Barkinge  in  com.  of  Haveringe  in  ye 
Essex  Esquier  2d  Bower  in  com.  Essex, 
sonne.  Gentleman. 


Sr  Thomas  Wyatt  Knight  that  w‘ 
stoode  the  manage  of  Queene  Mary 
for  the  which  he  loste  his  lyfe  beinge 
behedded  one  the  Tower  hill  ye  11  of 
Aprell  a0  1554,  he  mar.  Margarett, 
daugh.  to  Sr  .  .  .  .  Haute  of  Kente, 
Knight. 

Thomas  Wyatt= 
of  Barkinge  in 
com.  Essex, 

Esquier  sonne 
and  heire  but 
2d  sonne. 


Thomas  Wyatt=pMargarett 
dau.  to  Wil- 
com.  Essex  liam  Scott 

Esquier,  sonne  of  Staple- 
and  heire.  ford  in  com. 

Essex. 


John  Wyatt 
of  Bardwell 
in  com. 
Essex,  Gent. 
2d  sonne. 


(Margery  dau. 
to  S1'  Thomas 
Wrothe  of 
Enfilde 
wydow  to 
Izacke. 


Frauncis  Wyatt=.  .  .  .  daugh. 
of  Bobingworth,  to  Ellis  of 
in  com.  Essex  Kente. 
Esquier,  sonne 
and  heire. 


Edmond  3d  sonne, 
mar.  Mary  daugh. 
to  Sr  William 
Waldegrave 
Knight. 

T 


Elizabeth^ 
dau.  to 
Ridge  of 
London, 
Gent, 
first  wyfe. 


Isacke  Wyatt: 
of  Bobbing- 
worth  in  com. 
Essex,  sonne 
&  heire  mar. 
3dly  ye  wydow 
to  Lynzell  of 
Highe  Laver 
in  Essex. 


:Mary,  dau. 
to  Preston 
of  Kelve- 
don  in  com. 
Essex. 


.1. 

William, 
2d  sonne, 
obiit  s.p. 


Edward  Wyatt=Janne  2d  dau. 
of  Booking  in  and  coheire  to 


com.  Essex 
Esqu.  sonne 
and  heire. 


Weston 
Brown  of 
Roockwoods 
in  Essex. 


I  I 

Ann,  mar.  Brigett,  mar.  to  Henry 
to  Childe.  Addams  of  Layer  Marny 
in  Essex. 


Thomas  sonne 
and  heire. 


William 
2d  sonne. 


Dorathe, 
onely  Daugh. 


332 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1612. 


i?ouns,  politjc. 


Thomas  Yonge  of  Eoxwell  in  com.  Essex, 
Gentleman,  mar.  the  dau.  to  Stevens. 


Edwarde  obiit 

s.p. 

William  Yonge 
of  Thacksted  in 
com,  Essex. 

Richard  obiit 


Thomas  Yonge= 
of  Roxwell  in 
com.  Essex 
Gent,  son  & 
heire. 


:Catherin 
dau.  to 
John 
Wise¬ 
man  of 
Canfild 
in  Essex 
Ge. 


s.p. 


Thomas  Yonge=j=Parnell  da. 
of  Roxwell  in  and  heire 
com.  Essex  to  William 

Gentleman  Hunwick 

son  and  heir.  Gentle. 


Robart  Yonge 
of  Hertford- 
shir  first  son. 


Robart  Yonge=pAlice  d.  to 


of  Roxwell  in 
com.  Essex, 
Gent. 


Thomas 
Masse 
(?  Meux) 
of  H  amp- 
shir 

Esquier. 


Nicholas 

Yonge. 


mar.  to 
Barnard 
of  Essex. 


Richard  Yonge  of  Green- 
sted  in  com.  Essex  Gentle¬ 
man  2d  son  mar.  Ann, 
dau.  to  Thomas  Kyrby 
of  Henham  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex  Esquier,  obiit  sine 
prole. 


Barbara, 
mar.  to 
John 
Boosey  of 
Chignall 
in  com. 
Essex. 


John  Yonge=pElizabeth  dau. 

William 

Martha  mar. 

Frauncis,  mar. 

Dorathe 

of  Roxwell 

to  Edward 

2d  son. 

to  John 

to  John 

mar.  to 

in  com.  Es- 

Elliott  of 

— 

Collens  of 

Griffin  of  Ick- 

Thomas 

sex,  gentle- 

Newland  hall 

Richard 

Hornes  in 

lingham  S'- 

Smith  of 

man  son  and 
heir. 

in  Roxwell  in 
com.  Essex 

Esq. 

3d  son. 

Michell 
4th  son. 

com.  Essex. 

James  in  com. 
Suffolk. 

Lyncoln- 

shyr. 

John  son  Constantyne  Jayne,  eldest  Mary  2d  Elizabeth 
and  heir.  2d  son.  daugh.  daugh.  3d  daugh. 


Cfjc 

Ttsttatton  of  gstfcv,  1634 


aiej>it,  SUlqm. 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Aleyn  quartering  Leigh,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Crests. — Aleyn  and  Leigh. 

Granted  1589  to  Giles,  son  of  Christopher  Aleyn,  and  Agnes  his  wife. 


Richard  Aleyn  of=j=Agnes. 
Thaksted  in  com. 

Essex. 


iletglL 

Giles  Leigh  of  Walton  Leigh  esqr=Catherin  d.  of 
exchanged  his  Manner  of  Walton  ....  Bold  of 
Leigh  with  Henery  the  8  for  the  Lanckeshire. 
priory  of  Hatffeld  Peverell  in 
com.  Essex. 


Sr  John  Alleyn  Knt.  Maior 
of  London  &  a  privy  coun- 
cellor  to  H.  8. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  pel¬ 
lets  on  a  chief  gules,  a  lion 
rampant  gardant  ermine  be¬ 
tween  two  anchors  of  the 
first. 


It-  3  | 

John  Alleyn=Margeret  eldest  Christo-=Agnes  the 


of  London 
&  of  Hat- 
ffeld  Pever¬ 
ell  in  com. 
Essex. 


d.  &  coheire 
of  Giles  Leigh 
of  Walton 
uppon  Thames 
in  bom.  Surrey. 


pher 
Aleyn  of 
London. 


yonger  d.  & 
coheire  of 
Giles  Leigh 
of  Walton 
uppon 
Thames. 


John  Alleyn 
of  Hattffeld 
Peverell. 


1  | 

Giles  Alleyn= 
of  Haseleigh 
in  com. 
Essex. 


=Sara  d.  of  John 
Skory  bishop  of 
Herefford. 


2  |  3  | 

Anthony=j=.  .  .  .  Raflfe  Aleyn 
Aleyn.  of  London. 


.  .  .  .  a  dau.  marid  John  Wood 
a  captaine  in  Holland. 


334 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Samwell  Alcyn 
of  Haseleigh 
ob.  s.p. 


a! 


Mary  d.  of  John= 
Pake  of  Brom- 
ffeld  in  com. 
Essex  1  wiffe. 


2  I 

=Isack  Aleyn  of= 
Haseleigh  esqr 
brother  &  heire 
1634. 


1  I 

Gyles  Aleyn  of  the  Inner 
Temple  18  yere  old. 


Rebecka  ux.  Tho.  Nevill 
of  Stocke  in  com.  Essex. 


2  I  I 

John  Aleyn.  Anne. 


Mary  ux.  William  Coys  of 
Nothokenden  (North 
Ockendon)  in  com.  Essex. 


Anne  eldest  d.  of  Henery 
Leigh  of  Rushall  in  com. 
Stafford  2  wiffe. 


3  I 

William. 


Anne  ux.  Henery  Chancey 
of  Yardley  in  com.  Hert- 
fford. 


aiepn,  JUrjm. 


(No.  2.) 

Arms  same  as  shield  No.  1  Aleyn,  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


Edmond  Aleyn  of  Hatffeld  Peverell=pMartha  d.  &  coheire  of  John  Glascock  of 


in  com.  Essex  esqr  sonn  &  heire. 


Powers  Hall  in  Witham  in  com.  Essex. 


I  I 

John  1 
Henery  2 
obierunt  s.p. 


Sr  Edward  Aleyn  of  Hatffeld=pElizabeth  d.  &  coheire  of  George 


in  com.  Essex  liveing  a0  1634 
Baronett. 


Scott  of  Little  Leighs  in  com. 
Essex  esqr. 


1  I 

Edmond  Alleym 
ob.  in  the  liffe  of 
his  father. 


:Mary  d.  of  Nicholes  Miller  of 
Rootham  (Wrotham)  in  com. 
Kent. 


2  I 

George. 


I 

Martha. 


Mary. 


Edmond  Alleyn  aged  about  2  yeares  a0  1634.  Mary. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


335 


Alston. 


Arms. — Azure,  ten  estoiles  in  pile  or,  in  middle  chief  an  annulet  argent.  [Alston.] 


Edward  Alston  of  Newton  in  com.  Suffolke.=pElizabeth. 


1  I 

Will’m  Alstom 
of  Newton. 


:Elizabeth  d.  &  coheire 
of ...  .  Hempsted  of 
com.  Essex. 


2  I 

Thomas  Alston=.  .  .  .  d.  &  coheire 
of  Newton.  of  ... .  Hempsted  of 
com.  Essex. 


1  I 

Will’m 


2  I 

Edward 


»l 

Peeter 


Thomas  Alston  John  Alston=j=Anne  d.  of  Thom. 


Alston 

of 

Newton. 

Alston  of 
Boxford 
in  com. 
Suffolk. 

Alston  of  of  Ayson 

Bram-  (?  Alvestone) 

flford  in  in  com.  Suf- 
com.  Suff.  folk. 

of  Stisted  in 
com.  Essex. 

Crachrood  of 
Topesffeld  in 
com.  Essex. 

T  11 

Lestrange 

1  ! 

Mathew  2 

1  1 

Henery  4. 

1 

Elizabeth  ux. 

1  J  'I 

Anne  ux.  Susan.  6.  Thomas 

Alston  34 

— 

— 

Edmond 

Francis 

& 

yeare  old 

John  3. 

Henery  5. 

Drury  of 

Rowley 

7.  William. 

1634. 

Saflfam 

of  Burnt 

(?  Swaflfham) 

Pelham. 

in  com.  Cam¬ 
bridge. 


argali 

Arms  same  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


Richard  Argali  of  East  Sutton=j=Mary  d.  of  Sr  Reignald  Scott  of 
in  com.  Kent.  Scotts  Hall  in  Kent  knt. 


John  Argali  of  Much  Baddow  in  com.  Essex  esqr.=f=Sarah  d.  of  Edward  Grant 
one  of  the  justices  of  the  peace  for  this  county.  doctor  in  divinity. 


1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  |  | 

Thomas  Argali  Richard.  Samwell.  Charles.  Mary  ux.  John  Tendring  Sarah, 
about  23  years  of  Boreham  in  com.  Essex. 

old. 


336 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


$tei)ttnt  ov  &£Sotu 

Arms. — Argent,  a  mullet  pierced  sable,  in  the  dexter  corner  a fleur  de  lis  gules.  [Ashton.] 
Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  argent  a  griffin's  head  gules  ducally  gorged  or. 
[Ashton.] 

These  are  the  Anntiant  Armes  of  the  Ashtons  of  the  North  from  w’ch  family 
Mr  Richard  Ashton  of  Sheering  in  the  county  of  Essex  gent,  proved  his  grate 
grandfather  John  Ashton  to  be  descended  by  severall  deeds  &  evidences  that  like¬ 
wise  doo  maniffest  the  Alteration  of  theire  name  from  Ashton  to  Ayson  since  they 
inhabited  at  Sheering  aforesaid  wch  Armes  together  wth  his  creaste  notwithstanding 
the  Alteration  of  theire  name  wee  have  exemplified  &  confirmed  to  the  sayd  Richard 
Ayson  &  his  posterity  with  theire  due  differences  forever  testified  by 

Sr  Wm.  Segar  Garter 
Wm.  Camden  Clarenceulx 
Richard  St.  George,  Norroy. 


John  Ashton  vel  Ayson  of  Shering  in  com.  Essex  gent.= 


John  Ayson  of  Shering  eldest  sonn.=p Agnes. 

_ _  • _ I 

Richard  Ayson  of  Nicholes  Ayson  of  Shering=p Amy  d.  of  Thomas  Morrell  of 
Shering,  s.p.  brother  &  heire  of  Richard.  Takeley  in  com.  Essex. 


Richard  Ayson  of  Shering  &  of  the=j=Rose  d.  of  John  Ballett  of  Hatffeld  Bradoke 


Inner  Temple  Barester,  1634. 


(Broad  Oak)  in  com.  Essex. 


I  III 

John  Ayson  about  9  yere  old  1634.  Nicholas.  Rose.  Elizabeth. 


gstlep. 

Arms. — Astley  quartering  Turbervyle. 

Crest  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 

Thomas  Astley  of  Writtle  in  com.  Essex=j=Mary  d.  of  Sr  Anthony  Denny  of ...  . 
esqre  Grome  of  the  Chamber  to  Q.  Eliza-  in  com.  Hertfford  one  of  the  privy 
betli  buried  in  Writtle  Church.  counsell  to  H.  8. 


Thomas  Astley.  Elizabeth  ux.  Edward  Darcye  Frances  ux.  Sr  Will’m  Harris 
of  the  privye  counsell.  of  Shenfeld  in  com.  Essex. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


337 


I  A 


Allice  d.  &  coheire  of  John=pSr  Andrew  Astley=Mary  d.  of  . 


Daniell  of  Messinghall  in 
Essex  1  wiffe. 


com. 


f 


of  Writtle  in  com. 
Essex  Kmt. 


Kettridg  of  Lon¬ 
don  2  wiffe. 


I 


I 


Thornes  Astley=pSusan  d.  of . . . .  Andrew  Astley.  John  Astley. 


: .  Dry  wood 
of ....  in  com. 
Essex  1  husb. 


esqre  liveing 
1634. 


Drywood. 


Mary  ux.  Thornes 
Darcye. 


I 

Thornes  Astley  aged 
about  lOyeares  1634. 


Mary  eldest  dau. 
a  twin  with  Susan. 


Susan  a  twin 
with  Mary. 


John  Astley. 


Anthony 

Astley. 


Arms. — Argent,  on  a  fess  azure  three  lions  rampant  or.  [Atslow.]  per  Robert 
Cooke,  Clarenceux. 


William  Atteslough  vel  Atslow=pAnne  d.  of  John  Levenham  (?  Lelam) 


of  Eversholt  in  com.  Bedfford. 


f 


of  Brickelsworth  (Brixworth)  in  com. 
Northampton. 


Edward  Atslow  of  Downham  in  Essex.=pFrances  d.  of  John  Wingffeld  of  Suff.  gent. 

_ I _ 

I 


I 

Henery  Atslow1 
of  Downham. 


:Ellen  d.  of  Edmond 
Church  of  Maldon  in 
com.  Essex  gent. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Edward 
Francis  of  Petworth 
in  com.  Sussex. 


Anne  Atslow  marid 
to  Edmond  Church 
of  Maldon. 


Edward  Atslow  of  Downham  in  com.  Essex  1634,=p.  .  .  .  the  daughter 
aged  about  30  yeares  as  yet  unmaried.  of  Mr.  Paris. 


One  only  daughter. = Sir  Will  Andrews  Bart. 
(Helen) 


338 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1G34. 


Arms. — Argent,  on  a  fess  ragule  azure  three  fleurs  de  lis  or.  [Atwood.] 

Crest. — On  a  branch  of  a  tree  fesswise  or  a  fleur  de  lis  azure  betiveen  hco  sprigs  vert. 
[Atwood.] 


William  Attwood  of  Little  Bury  in  the  parish  of  Stamfford=p  Allice  the  relict  of 


(Stanford)  Rivers  in  Essex  was  borne  in  Kent. 


Augustyn  Solyng. 


John  Attwood  of  Littlebury=pDorathey  eldest  d.  of  Will’m  Walter 


son  &  heire. 

|  of  Wimbledon  in  com.  Surrey. 

1  1 

2  I 

1 

1  | 

1  1  1 

1  4 

William  At-=pElizabeth 

John 

Walter 

Elizabeth 

2.  Anne. 

Catherin 

wood  of 

d.  of  John 

Atwood 

ob. 

ux.  Will’m 

— 

ux. 

Littlebury 

Molle  of 

of  Grays 

s.p. 

Lake  of 

3.  Frances. 

Francis 

a0  1 634. 

Yorke. 

Inn. 

Essex. 

5.  Dorathey. 

Ramme 
of  Essex. 

1|  2 |  3|  |  | 

William  Atwood.  John  Atwood.  Charles.  Elizabeth.  Mary. 


Sublcp,  Jiutitlcj). 

Crest  and  Arms  as  in  Yis.  of  1612,  but  the  bend  bears  two  martlets  or  as  well  as 
the  fret,  and  there  is  a  crescent  for  difference. 


Thomas  Audley  of  Essex  gent. 


1  I 

Sr  Thom.  Audley  of  Saffron 
Walden  in  com.  Essex  Knt. 
lord  Chancellor  of  England. 

* 


2  I 

Robert  Audley  off 
Berechurch  in 
com.  Essex. 


Henery  Audley  of 
Gransden  in  com. 
Huntingdon. 

A 


1  |  2  | 

Thomas  Audley  of  Berechurch=pCatherin  d.  of  Sir  Robert  Southwell  John  Audley. 


in  com.  Essex  esqre. 


of  Woodriseing  in  com.  Norfolk  Knt. 


1  I 

Robert  Audley  of  Beere-=j=Catherin  d.  of  Edward  lord 
church  esqre.  Windsore  of  Bradenham. 


Thornes  Audley. 

W1 

/K 


i  I 

Sr  Henery  Audley 
of  Berechurch  Knt. 


Robert  Audley  of  Colchester 
living  &  unmared  1634. 


Catherin  ux.  John  Thatcher 
of  Presthawesincom.  Sussex. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


339 


aplett. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  fess  embattled  between  three  unicorns’  heads  erased  argent,  crined 
and  armed  or.  [Aylett.] 

Crest. — A  demi-unicorn  regardant  argent,  crined  and  armed  or.  [Aylett.] 


William  Aylett  of  Rivenhall  in  com.  Essex. 


r 


Leonard  Aylett  of  Rivenhall.=pAnne  d.  of  Pater. 

_ L_ 

I 


Leonard  Aylett  of  Braxsted=j=Sarah  Robert  Aylett  docter  of  the=Penellapy 


in  com.  Essex. 


Westrop.  civill  law  a0  1634. 


Wiseman. 


William  Aylett  of=.  ...  d.  of  Barington 
Colchester  1634.  of  Colchester. 


Robert. 


John.  Thomas. 


Robert  Aylett  of  Cog-=p.  .  .  .  d.  of  .  .  . 
gershall  co.  Essex. 


Thorogood. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Lambe  mother  of  Sr  John 
Lambe  Knt.  deane  of  the  arches. 


Thomas  Aylett  of  Coggershall=pAnne 


com.  Essex  a0  1634. 


Milborne. 


Dorythy  1  maried  Riddesdall 

2  to  Smith 

3  to  Edward  Mott. 


Thomas  Aylett=Lettice  d.  &  heire  of 


of  Lincoln’s 

Inn. 


II  II  II 

2.  Robert.  4.  William.  6.  James. 


Thom.  Williams  servant  — 
to  Q.  Elizabeth  &  King  3.  John. 
James. 


5.  Nicholes.  7.  Jhero- 
my. 


r 

Thomas  Aylett  aged  about  7  yeares  a0  1635.  Penelope. 


I  I  I  III 

Anneux.Will’m  Doratheyux.Xpofer  Mary  ux.  John  Judith.  Eliza-  Allice. 
Bragg.  Ellis  of  London.  Sorrell.  beth. 


Robert  Aylett  of  Stisted  in=pElizabeth  Jheromy  Aylett  of=pFrances  Freshwater. 


com.  Essex  a0  1634. 


Barrowes.  Rivenhall. 


II  II 

Robert  Edward.  Thomas.  Anne. 
Aylett. 


Richard.  Jheromy.  Bridgett.  Frances. 


340 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


aptoffe. 


L’rs  pattents  to  Will’in  Ayloffe  of  Broxsted  in  com.  Essex  by  Robert  Cooke  al’s 
Clarenceulx  King  of  Armes  dated  7  of  May  a0  1588. 

Crest  and  Arms  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

L’res  pattents  by  Tho.  Wriotesley  Garter  Roy  d’ Armes  d’Angley  donne  a 
Londrcs  le  douzieme  joar  de  Feb.  1512  William  Ayloff  de  Britaynes  en  la  counte 
de  Essex  gentilhomme. 

Arms  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


William  Ayloffe  of  Brittayns  in=j=Jane  d.  of  Eustace 
com.  Essex  esqr.  sonn  &  heire  Suliard  of  Flemings  - 
of  William  by  Anne  his  wifife.  in  Essex  esqr. 


d.  &  coheire  of=j=Sr  WilTm  Ayloffe  of  Britteins  in  Essex=pBarbara  d. 


Thom.  Sterne  of 
in  com.  Cambridg 
juxta  Royston  1  wiffe 


&  Broxsted  in  the  same  county 
Knighted  11th  of  May  1603  &  knt. 
&  Baronett. 


of . 

Sexton  of 
...  2  wiflfe. 


|  2  |  3 
Thomas. 

George. 


Allice  d.  of=pS''  Benjaminp 

pMargerett  d. 

Thomasp= 

Martin 

Ayloff  of 

of  Thomas 

Ayloffe 

Archdale 

Braxsted 

Fanshaw  of 

of  Bret- 

of  London 

Baronett 

Ware  Park 

tayns. 

1  wiflfe. 

1634. 

com.  Hert- 

flford  esqr.  2  wiflfe. 

:Elizabeth  d.  of 
Edward  Went¬ 
worth  of 
Booking. 


John  Ayloflfe 
a  Coronell  of 
foote  in  the 
voyage  with 
Captaine 
Kirke. 


I  1 

Barbara  Will’m  Ayloff 
s.p.  aged  about 
15  yeres. 


I 


I  I 


!  I 

Margerett. 


2.  Benjamyn.  Allice. 

3.  Henry.  Catherin.  Anne. 


Ben  j  amyn  Ayloflfe 
aged  about  3 
yeares  1634. 


lahtotb. 

Arms. — Sable,  on  a  pale  argent  three  cocks  gules.  [Badcock:.] 

Vide  le  Visitation  Devon. 

John  Badcock  of  ...  .  com.  Cornubie.=f 


John  Badcock  of  London  kinsman  to 
Badcock  of  Sl  Wenne  in  com.  Cornubie. 


:Margerett  d.  &  heire  of  Edmond 
Smith  of  ....  in  com.  Essex. 


John  Badcock  George  Badcock  of  Much=j=Allice  d.  of  Anthony  Boycott  of  Ips- 


ob.  s.p. 


Bentley  in  com.  Essex. 


wich  in  com.  Essex. 


John  Badcock  a  yere  old  1634.  Judith  only  d.  3  yeares  1634. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


341 


Pallet. 

Arms. — Argent,  a  lion  rampant  sails,  on  a  chief  gules  three  cinquefoils  of  the  first. 
[Ballet.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  or  a  clemi-eagle  displayed  sable.  [Bat, let.] 


Will’m  Ballet  of  Ufford  in  com.  Suffolk. =f= 

_ I 


Thomas  Ballet=f= Allice  d.  of  Geffrey  Bell 


of  Ufford. 


of  Ufford  1  wiffe. 


John  Ballet  of 
London  s.p. 


I 

John  Ballet  [nephew  &  heire= 
of  John  Ballet]  was  of  Hatffeld 
Broad  Oke  in  com.  Essex. 


I  2 

:Rose  d.  of  Will’m  Bacon  Francis 
of  Helmingham  in  com.  Ballet. 
Suffolk. 


I  1  I  || 

John  Ballet=pElizabeth  d.  &  coheire  of  Richard  Rose  ux.  Richard  Allice.  Susan. 


about  25  yere 
old  1634. 


Glascock  of  Hatffeld  Broadoke  Ayson  of  Shering 
in  com.  Essex.  in  com.  Essex. 


I 

John  Ballet. 


Elizabeth. 


Barker. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Barry  of  ten  or  and  sable,  over  all  a  bend  gules. 
[Barker.]  2  and  3.  Per  pale  sable  and  gules  a  lion  rampant  argent  crowned 

or.  [  ] 


Robert  Barker  of  Monkwich  (in=f=Margerett  d.  of  .  .  .  Cooke 
West  Donyland)  in  com.  Essex  of  Mildenhall  in  com.  Nor- 
esq’re  serjeant  at  law.  folk  Esq’re. 


Bertney  Barker=f=Anne  d.  of  Nicholes  John  Elizabeth  ux.  Frances  ux.  Anne. 


of  Monkwich 
in  com.  Essex 
1634. 

Timperley  of 
Hintlesham  in  com. 
Suff.  Esq’re. 

Barker.  Robert  Fage  of 
Doddinghurst 
in  com.  Essex. 

Edmond 

Puple  of ... . 
in  com.  Suffolk. 

1  1 

|  2  |  3 

|  4  |  || 

|  | 

Robert  Barker  Nicholes. 

Thomas.  Elizabeth. 

Dorathey. 

12  yere 

old  — 

—  — 

— 

1634. 

John  Barker. 

Anne.  Catherin. 

Margarett. 

342 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Barhljant. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  pales  gules.  [Barkham.] 

Crest. — A  man's  head  proper,  bearded,  couped  at  the  shoulder,  vested  argent,  three 
pales  gules,  a  high  cap  of  the  same,  rimmed  of  the  first,  tasseled  or.  [  ] 


Thomas  Barkham  descended  from  the  family  of  Barkhams  of  Brabant.; 


I 


William  Barkham.=f=.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Dillon. 

_ I 


Edward  Barkham  of  Wotton  in  com.  Dorsett.=j=.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Deble. 
William  Barkham  of  Wotton.=p.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Stodder. 


Lawrance  Barkham  of  Exeter.- 


:Joane  d.  of  Edward  Bridgman 
of  Greenway  in  com.  Devon. 


1  I 

John  Barkharm 
Deane  of  Book¬ 
ing  &  rector  of 
the  same  1634. 


=Anne  d.  of  Robert  Rogers  of 
Dartfford  in  com.  Kent  esqr.  by 
Margarett  d.  &  heire  of  Thom. 
Suliard  of  Sandwich  in  Kent. 


Thomas  Barkham 
dyed  at  Middle- 
borough  s.p. 


4  I 

Francis 
Barkham 
ob.  s.p. 


I 

John  Barkham  only  sonn  aged  about  18  yeares  1634. 


|  5  3  | 

Ezekiell  =Margerett  d.  of  Pawlett  Stephen 
Barkham.  of  Goathurst  brother  of  Barkham. 
Sr  Ambrose  Pawlett  Knt. 
widow  of  Hayes. 


.  I  I 

Anastace  ux. 
John  Abraham 
of  com.  Devon. 

Joyce  ux.  Knot 
of  Devon. 


I  I 

Anne  ux.  Thom. 
Blight  of  Devon. 

Susan  ux.  John 
Straugh(PStrech) 
of  Devon. 


Baron. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Sable,  two  estoiles  in  chief  a  martlet  in  base  argent,  a  bordure  engrailed  or. 
[Baron.] 

Christopher  Baron  of  London.=p.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Risby. 


Lany  Baron  of  =  Elizabeth  d.  of  Toby  George  Baron.  Susan  ux.  Sanderlyn 
Low-Layton  Wood  of  Low-Layton  of  com.  Suff. 

com.  Essex  1634.  in  com.  predict. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


343 


Baron. 


(No.  2.) 


Arms. — Gules,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  garbs  or.  [Baron.] 
Crest. — A  garb  vert  eared  or.  [Baron.] 


John  Baron  of  Layer  Bretton  in  com.  Essex  =pThomasin  d.  of  .  .  .  . 


John  Baron  of  Layer  Bretton=j=Margerett  d.  of  John  Knox  of  Ipswich 


in  com.  Essex. 


in  com.  Suffolk. 


1 


John  Baron  of=  Elizabeth  d.  of 
Layer-Marney  Brian  Tuke  of 
in  com.  Essex.  Layer  Marney. 


2  I 

William 

Baron. 


Margerett 

ux. 

Wilbore. 


Frances  ux.  Mary  & 
Wyth  of  ...  .  Elizabeth, 
in  com.  Suffolk 


Barrington. 

Sr  Francis  Barington  of  Barington  Hall=pJoane  d.  of  Sr  Henery  Cromwell 


in  Hatffeld  Bradoke  in  com.  Essex  Knt. 
&  Baronett. 


of  Hinchingbrook  in  com. 
Huntingdon  Knt. 


Frances  d.  &  coheire  of=pSr  Thomas  Barington  of=  Judith  d.  of  Sr  Rowland 


John  Gobert  1  wiffe. 


Barington  Hall  Knt.  & 
Baronett  1634. 


Litton  of  Knebworth 
Knt.  2  wiffe. 


It.. 

John  Barington  aged  about  19  yeares. 


2  I 

Gobert  Barington. 


Lucy. 


I  2 

Robert  Barington  oLpDorathey  d.  of  Sr 


Hatffeld  Bradoke. 


Thom.  Edon  of 
Sudbury  in  com. 
Suff. 


I 

Elizabeth  ux.  Sr 
Will’m  Masham 
Baronett. 


I 

Mary  ux.  Sr  Gilbert 
Gerrard  of  Harrow 
on  the  Hill  in  com. 
Mid.  Baronett. 


Thomas  Barington  aged 
about  8  yeares  1634. 


I  I  I  I  I  I 

Mary.  Johanna.  Winiffred.  Ruth. 
Judith.  Dorathey. 


I  3. 

Francis  Barring-- 
ton  of  London. 


:.  .  .  .  d.  of 
Richard 
Dowsett. 


I  4 

John  Barington 
a  Captaine  died 
without  issue. 


Ruth  ux.  Sr  George 
Lamplugh  of  ...  . 
in  com.  Yorke  Knt. 


I 


Francis  Barington  only  child 
aged  about  12  yeares  1634. 


Joane  ux  Sr 
Richard 
Everard  of 
Much  Wal¬ 
tham 
Baronett. 


344 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


Barreto. 


Arms. — Salle,  two  sivords  in  saltire  argent  between  four  fleurs  de  lis  or.  [Barrow.] 


Phillip  Barrow  of  Spinney  in  Wicken=pCatherin  d.  of  Mitson  of  Lynton 
in  com.  Cambridge. 


in  com.  Cambridge. 


1  |  2  |  4  |  3  | 

Samwell  Isaack  Barrow  Thomas  Barrow=j=Dorathey  d.  of  Christopher  Charles 


a.  of  Spinney  in 

of  Walden  in 

Walpole  of  Anmer  in  com. 

Wicken  esqr. 

com.  Essex. 

Norffolk. 

/K 

Saniwell  Barrow  of  Burwell=p  Judeth  d.  of  George  Fitz-  Margery.  Dorathey. 


in  com.  Cambridge  &  of 
Greys  Inn  Barester  at  law. 


Geffrey  of  (?)  Crekers  in 
com.  Bedfford. 


1  |  1  |  1  |  2  |  3  | 

Samwell  Barrow  about  Thomas.  Abigale.  Dorathey.  Judith. 
9  yeres  old  1634. 


Bassano. 


Arms. — Per  chevron  vert  and  argent  a  leaved  branch,  slipped  of  the  first,  in  chief 
three  butterflies  displayed  of  the  second,  spotted  or.  [Bassano.] 

Crest. — A  butterfly  displayed  argent.  [Bassano.] 

Anthony  Bassano  by  byrth  an  Italian=j=Ellen  d.  of  Seign’ 


Musician  to  H.  8,  E.  6,  Q.  M.  &  Eliz. 


Masey  of  Italy. 


1  I 

Marke  Anthony  Bassano 
one  of  the  musitians  to 
Q.  Elizabeth. 

=r 

/K 


Arther  Bassano 
of  London 
musician  to 
Q.  Elizabeth. 

/K 


3  I 

Edward^Bassano 
of  the  presence 
Chamber  to 
Q.  Elizabeth. 

A 


4  I 

Andrea  Bassano 
musitian  to 
Q.  Elizabeth. 

/K 


Jeronimo  Bassano  of  Waltham  in  com.  Essex=j=Dorathey  d.  of  Will'm  Symonds 


of  the  presence  to  Q.  Elizabeth  &  King  James 
&  King  Charles. 


of  Waltham  Holy  Cross  in  com. 
Essex. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


345 


1  I 

Scipio  Bas-= 
sano. 


2  | 

d.  of  Edward  Bassano  of  the=pAnne  d.  of  Sr  Robt.  Mark- 


Tattersall. 


presence  Chamber  to 
Kin^  Charles. 


Dorathey. 


I 


ham  of  Cotham  in  com. 
Nottingham  Knt. 


Elizabeth.  Agnes. 


3  |  4  |  || 

Noell  Bassano  Henery  Bassano  of  Westminster  of  the  Frances  ux.  Agnes  ux. 

of  London.  presence  Chamber  to  King  Charles.  George  Thom. 

=f=  =j=  Medcalf.  King. 

A  A 


Baplp. 


Arms. — Or,  on  a  chevron  gules  between  three  martlets  sable  as  many  plates.  [Bayly.] 
Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  azure  an  eagle's  head  or,  beaked  of  the  first,  guttee 
de  larmes.  [ 


Lawrance  Bayly  of  Chilcott 
in  com.  Darby. 


Raffe  Bayly  of  Woodfford  in  com.  Essex=pAnne  d.  of  Janson  of  Richmonde 


&  of  London  Vintner. 


in  com.  Yorke. 


I 

Lyonell  Bayly 
of  Woodfford 
in  com.  Essex 
1634. 


Mary  d.  of  Richard  Willis  secretary 
to  the  right  honorable  Thomas  Lord 
Coventrie  Lord  keeper  of  the  great 
Seale  of  England. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  Wm. 
Morris  of 
London 
grocer. 


Anne  ux.  Tho¬ 
mas  Morris  of 
Woodfford  in 
com.  Essex 
gent. 


Richard  Bayly  about  Susan  Bayly.  Mary  Bayly. 
6  yere  old  1634. 


346 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Arms  same  as  Bendish  in  shield  No.  1  under  EKCBtlfg  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Richard  Bendish  of  Steple= 
Bumpsted  in  com.  Essex. 


-Margerett  d.  of  John 
Newport  of  Pelham. 


John  Bendish  of  Steple- 
Bumsted. 


=Margerie  d.  of  Thomas  Crawley 
of  Le  Loughts  (Wendon  Lofts). 


Ellinor  d.  &  heire  John=pTho.  Bendish  m.  to  his=.  ...  d.  of 


Foord  of  Frating  in 
com.  Essex. 


4  wiffe  Margery  d.  of 
Roke  Greene. 


Finch  am. 


Elizabeth  d.  &  coheire=Richard- 
of  Edmond  Richers  of  Bend- 
Norff.  1  wiffe.  ish. 


=Margerett  d.  of 


2  wiffe. 


Golding 


Elizabeth  ux.  John  Pepys 
of  Cottenham  in  com. 
Cambrider. 


Thomas  Bendish. 


Sr  Thomas  Bendish  of=pDorathey  d.  of 


Steple  Bumsted 
Baronett  a0  1634. 


Richard  Cutts 
of  Arkesden. 


John  Bendish 
dyed  un- 
maried. 


I 

Barbara  ux.  Thom. 
Smyth  of  Wolsoken 
in  Norffolk. 


Thomas  Bend-= 

=Anne  d.  &  coheire 

|2 

John  Bend- 

1 

Dorathey  ux. 

1 

Ellinor  ux.  Miles 

ish  esqr.  1634. 

of  Henery  Baker 

ish  ob.  an 

Sr  Thomas 

Fernley  of  Sutton 

of  South  Shoobury 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 

inffant. 

Hartoppe  of 
com.  Lester. 

in  com.  Suff. 

I  12 

Thomas  Bendish  about  John. 

6  yeares  of  age  1634. 


|8  |  | 
Richard.  Dorathey.  Abigale. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


347 


Umtilntoes. 


Arms. — Quarterly  per  fess  indented  gules  and  or,  on  a  bend  azure  a  cinquefoil  between 
two  martlets  of  the  second.  [Bendlowes.] 

Crest. — A  Centaur  with  bow  and  arrow  or.  [Bendlowes.] 


Christopher  Bendlowes  of=fElizabeth  d.  of  John 


Berdffeld  Magna  esqr. 


Rufford  esqr. 


William  Bendlowes  the  only=j=Ellenor  d.  of  Edward  Palmer 


sergeant  at  law. 


of  Sussex  esqr. 


William  Benlowes  esqr.=p Clare  d.  of  Thomas  Smyth  of  Cressing  Temple. 


1  |  2  | 

Andrew  Ben-=pPhillip  d.  of  Edward  Cage  of  Francis  Ben- = Elizabeth  d.  of  Hughe 


lowes  esqr. 


Bentley  in  com.  Sussex  esqr.  lowes. 


Cole  gent. 


1  |  2  | 

Edward  Benlowes  Henery. 

1634. 


Clare  ux.  Thomas  Peirce  of  Auson 
(Alveston)  upon  Avon  esqr. 


Barnett. 


(No.  1.) 


Arms. —  Vert,  on  a  chevron  between  three  demi-lions  rampant  or  as  many  cinquefoils 
azure.  [Bennett.] 

Crest. — Three  garbs  or,  united  with  an  Earl's  coronet  gules.  [Bennett.] 


Sebastian  Bennet  of  Puckeridg1 
in  com.  Hertfford. 


=Catherin  d.  of  Huntman  of 
Standon  in  com.  Hertfford. 


Will’m  Bennet  of=pJoyce,  d.  of  Robert  Atkinson  of  Stowell  in  com.  Gloster 
New  Hall  Jocelins  relict  Richard  Josselyn  of  Newhall  Joselyn  in  com.  Essex 
in  com.  Essex  esqr.  Vide  Oxon  (Harl.  MS.  1556)  page  133b. 

1634. 


Will’m  Bennet 
about  22  yere 
old  1634. 


Anne  ux.  Henery 
Chitting  esqr. 
Chester  Herald. 


Joyce  ux.  John 
Duke  of  High 
Rooding. 


Anne  ux.  Thom. 
Cowland  of  High 
Rooding. 


348 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


33emte  tt* 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Thomas  Benet  of  Hampshire.=f=.  .  .  .  d.  &  coheire  of ...  .  Bradbridge. 

_ I 

.1 

Richard  Bennet  of  London  draper.=f=Mary  d.  of  Lumley  of  London  gent. 


ticharc 


Richard  Bennet  of  Tiptree  Priorey  in=j=Lettice  d.  of  Sr  John  Higham  of 
Much  Braxsted  co.  Essex  1634.  Barrowhall  in  com.  Suffolk  Knt. 


I  I  I  I  I 

John  Benet  13  yere  old  1634.  Anne.  Dorathey.  Elizabeth.  Issabell. 


Beriff. 


Arms. — Azure,  on  a  chevron  engrailed  between  three  trefoils  slipped  ermine  as  many 
lioncels  rampant  sable,  armed  and  langued  gules.  [Beriff.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  gules  a  demi-lion  rampant  or,  ducally  crowned  of  the 
first,  holding  in  the  dexter  paiv  a  trefoil  slipped  vert.  [Beriff.] 

Both  granted  31  May,  1614,  by  Camden,  Claren. 


William  Beriff  of  Colcheste 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


■=pFrances  d.  of  Sicklemore  of 
Ipswich  in  com.  Suffolk. 


John  Beriff  of  Colchester  Anne  ux.  William  Armitage  of  Mary, 
in  com.  Essex  1634.  Doncaster  in  com.  Yorke. 


Bernard. 

This  pedigree  is  included  in  that  of  ISatnatrir  in  the  Visitation  of  1612, 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


349 


Iknuts. 


Arms. — Quarterly  or  and  vert.  [Berners.] 


...  1  wiffe.=pTohn  Berners  of  Finchingffeld=.  .  .  .  second  wiffe. 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


Francis  Berners  of  Finchingffeld  esqr.=p.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Cornwall. 

_ I 

John  Berners  of  Finch-=f=Joane  d.  of  Phillip  Causton  of 


ing'ffeld  esqr. 


.  ...  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


John  Berners  of  Finchingffeld=j=Mary  d.  of  Wallys  of  Little  Bardifeld 


esqr.  a0  1634. 


in  com.  Essex. 


I  1  |  2  |  I 

John  Berners  aged  about  16  yeares  1634.  William.  Mary.  Elizabeth. 


Bias. 

Arms. — Ermine,  on  a  fess  engrailed  between  three  martlets  sable  as  many  annulets 
or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Bigg.] 

Crest. — A  cockatrice’s  head  ermine  between  a  pair  of  ivings  azure  murally  crowned 
or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Bigg.] 


Letters  pattents  ratified  &  confirmed  unto  Edward  Bigg  of  Toppes- 
ffeld  in  com.  Essex  2  sonn  of  Will’m  Bigg  of  the  same  place  sonn 
of  Henery  Bigg  of  Ridgewell  in  the  sayd  county  &  to  the  posterity 
of  the  sayd  Henery  Bigg. 


Edward  Bigg  of  Ridgwelh 
in  com.  Essex  sonn  of 
John. 


-Margerett  d.  of  M’ 
Williams  of  Stam- 
borne  in  com.  Essex. 


Henery  Bigg  sonn* 
&  heire. 


:  Elizabeth  d.  of  Robert  Pollard  of  Toppesffeld 
in  com.  Essex. 


Henery  Bigg 
of  Ridgwell. 


William  Bigg=pDorcas  d.  of  John  Mortham 


of  Topesfeld. 


of  Much  Taye  in  com. 
Essex. 


I  3 

Thomas  Bigg  of=p 
Dallam  in  com. 
Suffolk. 


350 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


I  1 

Will’m  Bigg  of 
in  com.  Essex. 


Shalfford=j=Susan  d.  of  Thomas  Jernegan  of 
'  Pentloe  in  com.  Essex. 


I  2 

Edward=Mary. 

Bigg. 


I  1 

Will’m  =pMelior  d. 


Bigg. 


of  Roper.  Bigg. 


Jernegan=pEllenor  d.  &  heire  of  John 


Wignall  of  Heningham 
Sibbell  (Sible  Hedingham) 
in  com.  Essex. 


I  3 

Edward 

Bigg. 


|4|5 

Mathew. 

Henry. 


I  1  I  2  I 

William  Bigg  about  13  yeres  old  1634.  Edward  Bigg.  Ellinor. 


Thomas  Bigg 
of  Dallom. 


I  2 

Samwell 
Alphamstone  in 
com.  Essex  1634. 


Bigg  of=pTabitha  d.  &  sole  heire 
of  Henery  Payne  of 
Alphamstone. 

Samwell  Bigg. 


I  3  J 

John  Bigg  of  Wick¬ 
ham  Bishop  in  com. 
Essex. 


3Stnj$am. 

Arms. — Or,  on  a  fess  gules  three  water  bougets  argent.  [Bingham.] 
Nicholas  Byngham  of  the  Vale  in  com.  Nottingham.: 


I 


Anthony  Bingham  Cittizen  &=pElizabeth  d.  of  Nicholes  Dering  of 


haberdasher  of  London. 


London  goldsmith  to  King  H.  8. 


Nicholes  Bingham=j=Elizabeth  d.  of  Mary  ux.  Richard  Gibbes  Elizabeth  ux. 

Thomas  Plow-  one  of  the  Judges  of  Thom.  Wright 
man  of  Tolerton  the  shreevescourte  in  the  of  London 
in  com.  York.  Guildhall.  Vintner. 


of  Barking  in 


com.  Essex  now 
liveing  1635. 


Nicholes  Bingham 
aged  about  17 
yeares  1635. 


I  2 

Anthony. 


Margerett  ux.  Wassell 
Weblin  of  Barking  in 
com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth 
yongest  d. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


351 


Utotorr. 


Arms. — Or,  a  chevron  vert  between  three  pomes.  [Blower]. 

Crest. — A  right  arm,  erect,  vested  vert,  cuffed  argent,  the  hand  proper,  holding  an 
apple  branch  leaved  and  sipped  of  the  first.  [Blower.] 

Both  granted  to  Peter  Blower,  brother  of  William  of  London,  son  of  Robert  of 
Suffolk,  by  Lee,  Clar.,  1  June,  13  Eliz. 


Robert  Blower  of  Lavenham  in  com.  Suffolk. =f= 

_ I 

I 

Catherin  Hancort  a  french=pWill’m  Blower  ofcpMary  Brancate  a  dutch 


woman  1  wiffe. 


London  Gent. 


woman  2  wiffe. 


Peeter  Blower  of= 
Westhamin  com. 
Essex  1634. 


^Frances  d.  of  Nicholes  William 
Blinco  of  Berdmondsey  s.p. 
in  com.  Surrey. 


I 

Mary  ux.  Henery  Dixon 
of  Tunbridge  in  com. 
Kent  esqr. 


|1 

Will’m  Blower. 


I  2 

Peeter  Blower. 


Nicholes. 


Boftenfjam. 

Irms. — Argent,  a  lion  rampant  gules,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Bokenham.] 


Edmond  Bokenham  of  Thomham=j=Barbara  d.  &  heire  of  John 
in  com.  Suffolk  esqr.  Wiseman  of  Thornham. 


Sr  Henery  Boken- 
lam  of  Thornham 
Int. 


I  2 


I  I 


Anthony  Bokenham  of=j=Anne  d.  of  Edward  3.  Edmond. 


Woodham  Walter  in 
com.  Essex  1634. 


Doyley  of  Layham  in 
com.  Suffolk  Esqr.  4.  Hugh. 


u  1 2  I  !  II 

Anthony  Bokenham  Henery  1.  Anne.  3.  Frances, 
about  18  yeare  old  Bokenham.  —  — 

1634.  2.  Jane. 


Elizabeth. 


4.  Barbara. 


352 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


JSonJjam. 


Arms. — Gules ,  a  chevron  wavy  between  three  crosses  patee-fitche  argent,  a  crescent  for 
difference.  [Bonham.] 


Thomas  =j=Catherin  d.  of  Henery  Marney  Knt.  Captaine 


Bonham 
Esqre, 


of  the  Gard  the  first  lord  Marney  by 
Thomazin  Arundell  1  wiffe. 


Wili’m  Bonham. -[-Frances  d.  &  coheire  of  Thomas  Tay.  John  Bonham  ob.  s.p. 


Thomas  Bonham  of  Stanway  Hall  in  com.=p.  .  .  .  one  of  the  sisters  of  Edmond 
Essex.  Boking  esqre. 


I  1  I 

John  Bonham . d.  of  Bebington.=pWiH’m  Bonham  of  London  M’chant.: 

±  I 


I 


Thomas  Bonham=pAnne  d.  of  Mary  ux.  Tho.  Frances  ux.  Anne  nx.  Edward. 


of  Valence  (in 
Dagenham)  in 
com.  Essex 
Captaine  of  the 
trained  band  1634. 


Edward  Warren  of  John  Syd-  Benjamin 

Manyng  London  &  way  of  Henshaw 

of  Mary  widdow  of _  London.  of  London. 

Cray  in  Downes  of 
com.  Kent.  London. 


I 

Anne. 


ISeostp. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  A  chevron  between  three  eagles  displayed  gules. 
[Boosey.]  2.  Argent,  a  fess  sable  between  three  escallops  or.  [Jakes.]  3. 
Azure,  a  fess  counter-compony  argent  and  gules,  between  three  battle-axes  of 
the  second.  [Tusser.] 

Crest. — A  lion's  gamb  erased  or,  armed  gules,  holding  a  battle  axe-azure.  [Tusser.] 

John  Beusie  a0  3°  H.  5.=p 


John  Beusie  3  E.  4.=p 


John  beusie  16  H.  7.=f 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


353 


A| 


John  Beusie  25  H.  8  1533  buried  26  H.  8.=pPernell. 

_ j 

Edward  Boosey  of  Springfield  in  com.  Essex=pJoane  d.  of  Richard 


33  H.  8,  1541. 


Perse  gent. 


Thomas  Jakes.=p 


tusser* 

Will’m  Tusser  m.  Anne  sister  of  Sr 
Clement  Smyth  of  Tofts  in  littell  Bad- 
dow  in  com.  Essex. 


Giles  Jakes  vel  Jaquesof  Glanvile=pAnne  d.  of  Will’m  Tusser  of  Rivenhall 
Wooton  in  com.  Dorsett.  in  com.  Essex  in  fine  coheire. 


Edward  Boosey  of  Springfield  in  com.  Essex=j=Elizabeth  d.  &  heire  of  Giles  Jakes 
36  Q.  Elizabeth  1593.  of  Rivenhall  gent. 


|  2 

Edward  Boosey  docter  in“Jane  d.  of  John  Boosey  of  Spring-  Thomazin  ux. 


divinity  Rector  of  Wingale 
(Willingale)  in  Essex  1634. 


Edward  field  in  com.  Essex 
Bogges.  1634. 


Henery  Radcliff 
of  Springfield. 


I 

Edward  Boosy. 


ISOUttlHM'. 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Sable,  three  lioncels  passant  or.  [Bourchier.]  (Granted  to 
Sr  James  1610.) 

2.  Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  leopards'  passant  or, 
spotted  of  the  second.  [Bourchier.]  {Ye  old  coote.) 
Crests. — 1.  A  greyhound  salient  or.  [Bourchier.] 

2.  A  greyhound  sejant  argent  collared  or.  [Bourchier.] 


Thomas  Bourchier  of  Poukleston=p 
( ?  Bockleton)  in  com.  Worster  gent. 


Thomas  Bourchier  of  Poukleston  in=f 
com.  Worcester  esqr. 

A 

2  z 


354 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


A 


1  I 

Richard  Bourchier  of  Poukleston  in=p 
com.  Worcester. 


Thomas=r.  ...  d.  of 


Bourchier. 


Smith. 


Thomas  Bourchiei 
of  London. 


'Elizabeth  d.  of 
James  Morley 


John  Bourchier  of  Love-=j=Anne  d.  of  James 
downe  (in  Hockley)  in  Downes  of  Bodney 
com.  Essex  esqr.  in  com.  Norfolk. 


Sr  James  Bour-: 
chier  of  Little 
Stambridge  in 
com.  Essex 
1634. 


'Frances  d.  of 
Thom  Crane 
of  ....  in 
com.  Suffolk. 


Thomas  Bourchier=r 
one  of  the  gent, 
pentioners  to  his 
Majesty  1634. 


Judith  d.  of 
Richard  Tomp¬ 
kins  of  Moning- 
ton  in  com.  Here¬ 
ford  esqr. 


2| 

John 

Bourchier. 


Thomas =.  .  .  . 
Bour-  widdow 

chier  of 

about  Henery 

30  yeres  Crom- 

old  well. 

1634. 


2  | 

James =. . . .  d. 
Bourchier.  of  .  .  . 

Frost 
of .  .  . 
in  com. 
Suffolk. 


Richard  3.  Elizabeth  1  ux.  Anne  Bour- 

—  Oliver  Crom-  chier  only 

William  4.  well  second  d.  &  heire 

—  brothers  sunn  aparant. 

Oliver  5 .  of  Sr  Oliver  Crom¬ 
well  of  Hinching- 
brooke  in  com. 

Huntingdon,  Knt. 


Bourne. 

Arms  of  Bourne  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 
John  Bowrne.=j=Margerett .... 

_ I 


Will’m  Bowrne  of  Bobingworth  in=j=Margerett  d.  of  Richard  Ryse 


com.  Essex  esqr.  sonn  &  heire. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Richard  Glas¬ 
cock  of 
Downeliall 
in  com. 

Essex  gent. 


of  Potton  in  com.  Bedfford. 


Mary  d 
James 
Morice  of 
Chipping 
Ongar 
esqr.  1 
wiffe. 


of=f=William  Bowrne1 
of  Greensted  in 
com.  Essex  eldest 
son  &  heir. 


'Anne  d.  of 
Richard  Kirby 
of  Henham  in 
com.  Essex  wid¬ 
dow  of  Robert 
Daye  of  Claver¬ 
ing  in  Essex. 


Dorathey  ux. 
Edward  Eldred 
of  Stebbing  in 
Essex  widdow  to 
Milborne  of  the 
same  place. 


Ursula  d.  of  Anne  2  da.  of=pWilliam  Bowrne  of  Bob-=pMary  d.  of  Chalkhill  of 

Kingsbury  in  com. 
Midlesex. 


Robert  Daye  of  Clavering 
in  Essex  gent.  1  wiffe. 

A 


ingworth  in  com.  Essex 
sonn  &  heire. 

B 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


355 


A 


B  I 


C 


William  Bourne  eldest  2.  Richard.  4.  Thomas.  Jane.  Mary.  Anne, 
son  aged  about  24  yeres  — 

a0  1634.  3.  Gerald. 


Rowland  eldest  son  2.  Robert.  4.  John.  Marchey  eldest  dau.  2.  Abigail, 
by  the  2nd  Venter  —  by  the  2d  vent.  — 

aged  about  14  yeares.  3.  Roger.  3.  Margerett. 


3  I 

Richard  Bourn e=p Judith  d. 


of  LondoAgent. 
liveing  Corn¬ 
wall  a0  1634. 


of  John 
Cooper  of 
London 
esqr. 


2  I 

Robert  Bowrne=f  Catherin  d.  of 


of  Bobing- 
worth  in  com. 
Essex  second 
son. 


Henery  Medley 
of  Tiltey  Abbey 
in  com.  Essex 
descended  out  of 
Warwickshire. 


John 

& 

James 

obiit. 


Margerett. 


1|  ||  1  |  2  | 

William  son  2.  Robert.  Mary  1  ux.  Will’m  Chapman  Margerett  ux.  Nicholes 
&  heire  live-  —  of  London.  2  to  John  Heath  Cooper  of  London, 
ing  1634.  3.  Edward,  of  Finsbury  neere  London. 


3  1  4  1  5 


Catherin  3  d.  ux.  Thomas  Anne  ux.  Tho.  Thomson  of  Martha  ux.  Thomas  Kinge 
Luther  of  Staplefford.  Berdon  in  com.  Essex.  of  Halsted  in  com.  Essex. 

/K  /K 


Botoes. 


Arms. — Vert,  three  bows  bent  in  pale  gules,  on  a  chief  azure  as  many  lions'  faces  or. 
[Bowes.] 

Crest. — A  demi-lion  rampant  gales,  holding  a  sheaf  of  arrows  or,  bound  azure. 
[Bowes.] 


Sr  Martyn  Bowes  Knt.  sometime  Lord=j=Ciceley  Eliot  his 
Maior  of  London  a0  1545  ob.  1566.  first  wiffe. 


1  I 

Thomas  Bowes=j=Thomazin  d.  &  heire  of 


esq  r. 


Will’m  Wilkinson. 


2  | 

Martin. 


3  I 

William. 


A 


356 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


A| 


1  |  2  | 

Martin  Thomas  Bowes- 
Bowes  second  son  & 
ob.  s.p.  in  fine  heire. 


=Bridgett  eldest  d.  &  coheire  of  Raife 
Sterling  of  Dedham  remarid  to 
Charles  Cardinal!. 


3  I 

Henery. 


4| 

John  s.p. 


Sr  Thomas  Bowes  of  Much=j=Mary  3  d.  of  Paule  Dewes 
Bromley  in  com.  Essex  Knt.  of  Stowlangtofte  in  com. 
a°  1634.  Suff.  esq’r. 


1  I 

Thomas  Bowes. 


2  I 

Martin. 


3  I 

Paule. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Martin 
Salter  of  Floton  (Flow- 
ton)  in  com.  Suff. 


Ciceley. 


Bramston. 


Two  Crests  and  two  Shields  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


Hugh  Bramston/ 


John  Bramston  of  London .=pMargerett  d.  of  Thomas  Simonds  of  London. 

_ J 

Roger  Bramston  of  Boreham  in=pPrisscilla  d.  of  Francis  Clovile  of  West 
com.  Essex.  Haningffeld  in  com.  Essex. 


Bridgett  dau.  of  Thomas  Mounde-=j=Sr  John  Bramston  Knt. = Elizabeth  d.  of  Ed- 


fford  younger  sonn  of  the  Mounde- 
ffords. 


lord  cheeffe  Justice  of 
Kings  bench. 


ward  lord  Brabazon 
of  Ardee. 


1  I 

John  Bramston  son 
&  heire  apparant 
aged  about  23 
years  1634. 


2  I  I 

Moundeflbrd. 
Francis  3. 


Dorathey  ux. 
Will’m  Palmer  of 
Hill  in  com. 
Bedford  esq’r. 


Mary  ux.  John 
Porter  of  Lam- 
berhurst  in 
com.  Kent. 


I 

Catherin. 


2  I 

Will’m  Bramston  of  Halsted  in=j=Elizabeth  d.  of  John 

com.  Essex  gent,  a0  1634  second  Sherley  of . in 

sonn  of  Roger.  com.  Gloster. 


Mary  ux.  John  Stepkin 
of  Much  Leez  com. 
Essex. 


1|  III 

Will’m  Bramston  son  &  heire  2.  Edmond, 

apparant  aged  about  12  yeares  — 

a°  1634.  3.  John. 


I  I 

Mary. 

Elizabeth. 


4.  Edward. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


357 


Branii. 


Arms. — Azure,  two  swords  argent,  hilts  or,  in  saltire  a  bordure  engrailed  of  the  last. 
[Brand.] 

Crest. —  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  leopard’s  head  proper.  [Brand.] 

Crest  granted  and  arms  confirmed  to  John  Brand 
of  Gray’s  Inn  15  Jac.  1616  by  W.  Seagar,  Garter. 


Sr  Thomas  Brand  of  Hadham  in  com.  Hertfford  knt. 


John  Brand  of  Boxfford  in  com.  Suffolk.=f= 

_ I 


Richard  Brand=p 
of  Boxfford. 


John  Brand  of  Edwardston=j=Susan  d.  of  Lapwith 

of  Boxfford  in  com. 
Suffolk. 


m  com.  Suff.  a0  1634  unckle 
&  heire  of  John  Brand. 


Sr  John  Brand  of  Greys  Inn 
ob.  s.p.  he  was  one  of  the 
gent,  pentioners  to  King 
James. 


John  Brand  of  Birch=j=Mary  d.  of 


parva  in  com.  Essex 
a0  1634. 


John  Eldred 
of  Colchester. 


I  I 

2.  Joseph. 

3.  Benja¬ 
min. 


1  I 

John  Brand  aged  11 
yeares  a0  1634. 


2  I 

Benjamin. 


3  I 

Joseph. 


4| 

Eldred. 


5  I 

Sam  well. 


6  I 

Thomas. 


Eliza¬ 

beth. 


I 

Anne  ux.  John 
Bruning  of 
Seymore  in 
com.  Suff. 
clarke. 


Mary  ux.  Cold 
of  Bilston  in 
com.  Suff. 


Susan  ux.  Roger 
Browne  of  Box¬ 
fford  in  com. 
Suff. 


Sarah  ux.  Tho. 
Mott  of  Ney- 
land  in  com. 
Suff. 


Elizabeth. 

Amy. 

Martha. 


Brisco. 


{See  $gmpSon.) 


358 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Brttigcs. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  escutcheons  gules,  on  each  a  bencl  vair  argent  and  sable  between 
two  cinquefoils  or.  [Bridges.] 

Crest. — A  bear  passant  argent,  pierced  through  the  neclc  with  a  broken  spear  headed 
of  the  first,  embrued  gules.  [Bridges.] 

Crest  granted  and  arms  confirmed  to  John  Bridges  10  July  14  Eliz.  1562. 


John  Bridges  of  Chelmsford  &  Baddowe=pAnne  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Neele  of  East 


in  com.  Essex. 


Haningffeld  in  com.  Essex. 


John  Bridges  of  Chelmsford.=pMary  d.  of  John  Monk  of  Chelmsford. 


I 

Mathew  Bridges  of  Chelmsford.=j=Sarah  d.  of  George  Coe  of ....  in  com.  Suffolk. 

I _ 

J 


I 

Mathew. 


Sarah. 


Bnstoto. 


Arms. — Ermine,  on  a  fess  cotised  sable  three  crescents  or.  [Bristow.] 
Crest. — Out  of  a  crescent  or  a  demi-eagle  displayed  azure.  [Bristow.] 


....  Bristow  of  Lee  in  com.  Surrey .=p 

_ I 


1  l  • 

in  Bri 


John  Bristow  formerley=p.  .  .  .  d. 


Burstow  of  Lee  in  com. 
Surrey  gent. 


of . 
Rous. 


Nicholas  Bristow^ 
of  Ayott  in  com. 
Hertfford. 


of , 


Nl/ 


d.  of  Sr  John  Boteler 
.  .  in  com. 


Nicholas  Bristow  of=pElizabeth  d.  of  Richard  Bowett  of  Newdigate  in 
Lee  2  sonn.  com.  Surrey  esqr  by  the  d.  of  John  Stydolph. 


Mercy  d.  of  Richard= 
Springham  of  London 
mercer  1  wiflfe. 


^Richard  Bristow  of  Pitsey=f=Catherin  d.  of  Andrew 
in  com.  Essex  aged  77  Pascall  of  Springflfeld 
years  1634.  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


Francis  Bristow  of  Pitsey  Elizabeth  ux.  George  Turner  of 
42  yeare  old  1634.  Linflfeld  in  com.  Surrey. 


~r 


George.  John.  Edward.  Elizabeth. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


359 


Brotame. 

(No.  1.) 

Crest  and  arms  same  as  Browne  No.  1  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

William  Browne  of  Colchester=f=Margerett  d.  of 
in  com.  Essex.  Kobert  Leech. 


Sayer  of  Col¬ 
chester  1  wiffe. 


of  Colchester. 


:Mary  d.  of .  .  .  . 

William 

Susan 

Vesey  of  Wyke 

& 

d.  of 

Abbaye  nere 

Edward 

Bour- 

Colchester. 

s.p. 

chier. 

I 

Robert 
ob.  s.p. 


William  Browne=j=Margerett  d.  of  John  Prettyman 


of  Colchester. 


of  Thorndon  in  com.  Suffolk. 


Robert  Browne  aged  about  16  yeares  1634.  Rose. 


Brotone. 


(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  ten — 1.  Gules,  a  dragon  passant  or,  a  chief  of  the  second. 
[Browne.]  2.  Azure,  a  bend  between  six  eagles'  heads  erased  argent. 

]  3.  Argent,  three  bars  wavy  sable,  each  charged  with  as  many 

bezants,  on  a  chief  gules  a  chamber  betiveen  two  anchors  or.  [Gonson  or  Gun- 
ston.]  4.  Argent,  a  fret  gules  charged  ivith  nine  bezants,  a  bordure  azure. 
[Trussell.]  5.  Per  pale  argent  and  sable  a  saltire  surmounted  of  another 
engrailed,  both  counter  changed.  [  ]  6.  Fitzwarren.  7.  Argent, 

a  stag’s  head  cabossed  or.  [  ]  8.  Sable,  a  semee  of  cross  crosslets 

fitche  or,  a  fess  between  three  boars'  heads  couped  of  the  second,  [Beckett/ 

9.  Argent,  on  a  bend  sable  three  griffins’  heads  erased  paleuiise  or.  [Young/ 

10.  Or,  on  a  chief  azure  three  foxes’  heads  erased  of  the  field.  [Colfox.] 
Crest. — Same  as  Browne  No.  1  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Hugh  Browne  of  ye 
county  of  Mid. 


©ntssell. 

John  Trussell. 


Ralph  Fitz-=pAnne  d.  of 


waren. 


Thom.  Roe. 


I 

Steven  Browne 
of  the  county  of 


I 

Tho.  Trussell 
sonne  &  heire. 


Malt**.  | 

John  Walter=j=Eliza  d.  &  heire  of  Ralph 


esquire. 


Fitzwaren. 


I 

Hugh  Broun 
sone  & 
heire. 


Walter  Browne=Elianor 


of  Hitcham  in 
com.  Suffolk. 


d.  of 
Trevour. 


Will  Trussell 
sone  &  heire. 


John  Walter=Ursula  da. 
esquire  &  heire  of 

Walter 
Beckett. 


360 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


A| 


Tho.  Browne  of=Agnes  d.  of 
Colchester  in  JohnTurke 

com.  Essex.  of  Colchester. 


Roger  Trussell 
sonne  &  heire. 


John  Walter= 
sone  &  heire. 


=Mary  da.  of 
Tho.  Yong. 


©onsom 


Florence=John  Browne= 
d.  &  1  of  Colchester, 

heire  of 
John 
Chersey 
1  wiffe. 


^Elizabeth 
d.  of  Will,  pher 
Knight-  Gonson. 
bridge 
2  wife. 


Christo-=Elizabeth 
d.  &  heire 


Rich.  Wal-=Ellen  d. , 


of  Roger 
Trussell. 


ter  son  & 
heire. 


&  heire  of 

Will 

Colfox. 


I 

Will.=Marge- 


Browne 
son  & 
heire. 


rett  d. 
of  Rob. 
Leech. 


Thomas 

Browne 

second 

sonne. 


I 

Sr  Richard=Joane 


Browne 
K4  3  sonne 
clearke  of 
theGreene 
Cloath  to 
King 
James. 


d.  of 

John 

Vigors 

ofLang- 

ham  in 

Essex. 


I  I 

John 

Browne 

4  sonne. 

Clement 

Browne 

5  sonne. 


Marge- 

rett. 


Kathe- 

rin 

wife  of 

WiU. 

Simnell. 


I  I 

Robert  Browne 
sonne  &  heire. 

Will.  Browne 
second  sonne. 


Rich.  Browne  3 
sonne. 


Edward  Browne 
4th  sonne. 


Susan  wife  of 
Will.  Bourchier 
of  Barnsley  in 
Glocester. 

Margerett  died 
unmaried. 


Christopher=Thom  azin 
Browne  of  d.  &  co- 


Deptford 

Kent. 


heire  of 

Ben 

Gonson. 


Rich.  Browne  sonne  &  heire. = Elizabeth  2  daughter  to  Sr  John  Pretiman. 


I 

Will.  Gonson  of  Lon-=FBennett  d.  of  Rich 


don  esq1'  Treasurer  of 
the  Marine  Causes. 


Walter  &  after 
heire  to  her  bro. 


I 

d.  of  Sr  Job n= J ohn = Lucy  d.  of 


Charlton  of  Apley 
in  co.  Salop. 


Wal¬ 

ter. 


Norris. 


Christopher 
Gonson 
second  sonne. 


Elizabeth  wife  of 
Anthony  Marler 
of  London. 


Avice  wife  of  Tho.  Mild- 
may  of  Moulsham  in  com. 
Essex. 


I 


Edward  Walter  of 
Shrewsbury  died 
without  issue. 


Benjamin  Gonson .=j=.  ...  d.  of  Edmonds  of  Yorkshire.  Anthony  Gonson.-r 


Benjamin  &  Anthony  died  yong.  Benjamin  &  Anthony  died  yong. 

D 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


361 


Thomazin  wife 


Benjamin  Gonson  offipUrsula  da.  of  An.  Hus- 


of  Sr  Hen.  died  without 

Tirrell  of  issue. 

Heron  in  Essex. 

Much  Badow  in 

Essex  Treasurer  of 
the  Marine  Causes. 

sey  Judge  of  the 
Admiralty  &  Agent  at 
Anvers  to  Q.  Mary. 

Thomazin  d.  &=Ed.  Fenton 

1  1  1 

William  1 

Elizabeth. 

1  1  1 

Marge-  Lucretia. 

coheire  mar.  a  captaine 

— 

— 

rett.  — 

Christopher  1  husband. 

William  1 

Mary. 

Katherine. 

Browne  of 

— 

"• - - — 

- - - - •' 

Deptford 

Anthony  4 

All  without  issue. 

Kent. 

s.p. 

Ursula  wife  Benet,  wife  Anne,  wife  Avice  wife  Benjamin=Mary  da.  of  Hum- 
ofRobt.  ofTho.  of  Giles  of  Sr  John  Gonson  phrey  Baskervile 

Peterson  of  Wallinger  Fleming  of  Hawkins  3  sonne  of  London  Alder- 

London.  in  Chelms-  Warley  in  Kt.  a  fam-  died  s.p.  man. 

ford.  Essex.  ous  sea  capt. 


Extat  hoc  in  antiquo  libro  de  Visitatione  Comitatus  Salopiae  hodierno  tempore 
in  officio  armorum  remanente. 


J.  P.  SOMERSETT. 


I  have  carefully  examined  this  Pedigree  &  doo  aprove  thereof  &  also  doe  allowe 
&  authorize  the  posterity  of  S1'  Richard  Browne  knt.  Clerke  of  the  Green  Cloth  in 
the  court  in  the  time  of  King  James  to  beare  in  theire  Paternall  Coate  the  Chiefe 
Goulde  as  is  above  depicted. 

Ri.  St.  George, 

Clarenceulx  King  of  Armes. 


ISrotone. 

(No.  3.) 


Crest  and  Arms  of  Browne  as  under  Browne  No.  3  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


Will’m  Browne  of  Flam-= 
herds  (in  Cold  Norton) 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 
sonne  &  heire. 


: _ d.  of  Sr  Thomas 

Baldry  of  London 
Shreeve  10  H.  8. 


John  Browne  Anne  ux.  Wm. 
of  Kent  Peter  of  Ingar- 

2  sonne.  stone  (Ingate- 

stone)  com.  Essex. 


A 


362 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


A| 


I  1 

Thomas  Browne- 
of  Flamberds  in 
com.  Essex 
esqr. 


.  .  .  d.  of  Sr  Giles 
Allington  of  Hors- 
heath  in  com. 
Cambridg  knt. 


I  2 

John. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Stephen  Becking- 
ham  of  Tolshunt  Beckingham 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


Sr  John  Browne  of  Flam-=Catherin  d.  of  Sr  Henery 
berds  in  com.  Essex  Boteler  of  Hatfield 

knighted  at  Whitehall  Woodhall  in  com. 

23  July  1603.  Hertflbrd  knt. 


Anne  ux.  Anthony 
Bridges  of  West 
Hanningfleld  in 
com.  Essex  esqr. 


com.  Essex  esqr.  1634. 


of  Crixsey  Knt. 


I  1 


Ellen  ux. 
George 
Fitch  of 
Brasen- 
hed. 


Giles  Browne  of  Flamberds  in=f=Mary  d.  of  Sr  Will’m  Harris 


I 


William  Browne  about  20  yere  old  1634.  Arther  Browne.  Elizabeth. 


3Srotone. 

(No.  4.) 

Crest  and  Arms  same  as  Browne  No.  3  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
George  Browne  of  Clovilehall=pElizabeth  d.  of  John  Leventhorpe  of 


in  Abbotts  Roding  esq. 


Shinglehall  in  com.  Hertfford. 


Weston  Browne  of  Rookwood-  John  Browne= 

hall  vel  Covell  Hall  in  com.  of  Wickham 

Essex  (?  Col  vile  Hall  in  White  Hall. 

Roding). 

pAnne  d.  of  Thomas  Staunton 
of  ....  in  com.  Somersett. 

1 

Sr  Anthony  Browne  of= 
Weald  Hall  in  com. 
Essex  knt. 

p Elizabeth  d.  of  Edmond  Pirton  of  Bentley 

Hall  in  com.  Essex,  shee  after  marid  to 

Captaine  Lathom. 

John  Browne  of  Wealdp 
hall  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 
1634. 

1  1 

pHester  d.  &  coheire  of  Elizabeth  Catherin  ux. 

William  TSbor  doctor  ux .  Nicholas  Pad- 

in  divinity  of  Alresford  Tooke.  more  Rector 

in  com.  Essex.  of  Weald. 

1  1  1  2  1  1  1 

Anthony  Browne  about 
8  yeares  of  age. 


John  Browne.  George.  Mary. 


Elizabeth. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


363 


Bvotont. 

(No.  5.) 

Arms. — On  a  chevron  three  roses  [  ],  a  crescent  for  difference. 


Henry  Browne  of  Fithlers=j=Mary  d.  of .  .  .  .  Haydon 


in  com.  Essex  esqr.  sonn 
&  heire. 


of  Hertfordshire  esqr. 


I 

Beatrix  ux . Marsh 

of  Lymehowse  in  com. 
Middlesex. 


Robert  Browne  of  Fithlers  2  sonn.=F.  .  .  .  d.  of , 


Taverner  of  com.  Essex. 


Robert  Browne  of  Wades=pJoane  d.  of  John  Waltham  of  Much 


in  com.  Essex  1634. 


Waltham  in  com.  Essex. 


Robert  Browne  about  5  yeares 
at  the  time  of  this  Visitation. 


|2 

Anthony. 


I  3 

Thomas. 


Bugge. 


Arms  of  Bugge  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


John  Bugge  of  London  esq’r  sonn  &  heire=pAnne  d.  of  Tho. 


lyeth  buried  in  St.  Mildreds  in  Bred  Street. 


Marshall. 


I 


Thomas  Bugge  of  London  .=pMargery  d.  of  Tildesley. 

i 

Edward  Bugge  of  Har-=j=Allice  d.  of  John  Colt  of  Coltshall 
lowe  in  com.  Essex.  in  Cavendish  in  com.  Suff. 


1  I 

Anthony  Bugge  of  Har-=j=Ann  d.  of  Will’m 
low  esq’r  a0  1634.  Barrett. 


/  \ 


2  I 

Edward  Bugge  of  Harlow=f  Jane 
gent,  second  son.  Raynsfford. 


1  I 

Richard  Bugge =Vahan  d. 
of  Harlow  esq’r  of  Thomas 
a0  1634.  Stransham. 


2  I 

Edward  Bugg  Ser-= 
geant  at  Armes 
to  King  Charles. 


:Elizabeth  d.  of 
Haselden  Bury 
of  Meldreth  co. 
Camb. 


Martha  ux. 
Lawrance 
Codham  of 
Shering  in  co. 
Essex. 


I 


Mary.  Elizabeth. 


364 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


JSurnett 

Arms. — Argent,  in  chief  three  holly  leaves  slipped  vert,  in  base  a  bugle  horn  sable. 
[Burnett.] 


Alexander  Burnett  of  Lees  in  the=p 
county  of  Mar  in  Scotland.  j 


Allexander  Burnett  of  Lees  in=p.  ...  d.  of  Luncesall  in 


Marr  in  Scotland. 


Marr  in  Scotland. 


Allexander  Burnett  of=pCatherin  d.  of  Robert  Arbuthnot  of  Little 


Lees  sonn  &  heire. 


Faddes  in  Mernes  in  Scotland  gent. 


1  I 

Allexander 
Burnett  of 
Lees. 


2  I 

Robert 

Burnett. 


Thomas  Burnett  Mr 
of  Art  in  Cambridge 
practisioner  in 
phisick  now  of  Brain¬ 
tree  a0  1634. 


5  I 

Jane  d.  of=j=Dunkyn  Bur- 


John 
Coys  of 
London. 


nett  docter  in 
phissick  at 
Norwich. 


6  I 

John 

Burnett. 


Sr  Thomas 
Burnett  of 
Lees  Knt. 


1  I 

Thomas  Burnett 
about  22  yeares 
of  age  1634. 


2  I 

Allexander. 


Frances  ux.  Thomas  Templer 
of  Weston  in  com.  North¬ 
ampton  clarke. 


But)*. 

Arms. — Argent,  three  piles  vert,  the  middle  one  ivavy,  a  bordure  of  the  second  charged 
ivith  eight  bezants.  [Bury.] 


Edward  Bury  of  Eastwood  Esq’re  Justice= 
of  peace  in  com.  Essex  &  one  of  the  bed  ■ 
chamber  to  King  H.  8. 


Edward  Bury  of  Eastwood  in  com.=p 
Essex  esq’r  justice  of  peace  &  of 
the  bed  chamber  to  King  H.  8. 


Joseph  Bury  of 
South  Benfleete. 


Edward  Bury  of=j=Anne  d.  of  Sr  Roger  Apleton  of  South 
Eastwood  1634.  Benfleet  Knt.  &  Baronett. 


Bradfford  Bury = Mary, 
of  Eastwood. 


Edward  Bury. 


2  I 

Henery  Bury. 


Anne. 


Eliza 


izabeth. 


Catherin. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


365 


Butler. 

Arms. — Same  as  those  of  Butler  in  Vis.  of  1612,  ivith  a  crescent  for  difference. 
George  Butler  of  Sharn-=pMary  d.  of  Ric.  Throgmorton 


brooke  in  com.  Bedfford 
ar. 


of  fiigham  Park  in  com. 
Northampton. 


1  I 

Cressed  naturall  d.  of  Sr=pJohn  Butler=j=Mary  d.  &  coheire 


John  St.  John  of  Blet- 
neshoe  (Bletsoe)  in  com. 
Bed.  Knt.  1  wiffe. 


of  Sharn- 
brooke. 


of  John  Gedge  of 


2  |  3  | 
Raphaell. 


Catherin. 


Q. 


.  .  Surveior  to 
Mary.  2  wiffe. 


Peeter.  Margarett. 


Sr  Oliver  Butler  of  Sharn-  John  - 
brooke  Knt.  son  and  heire.  Butler. 


2  I 

=Jane  d.  of  Edward  Elliott  of  Newland  Hall 
in  Roxwell  in  com.  Essex. 


1  |  2  | 

John  Thomas  Butler=Joane  widdow 
Butler,  of  London  of  Nicholas 

haberdasher.  Mount-Stephen. 


II  II  II 

1.  Jane.  3.  Elizabeth.  5.  Martha 

—  —  & 

2.  Sarah.  4.  Cresseid.  6.  Ursula. 


Nathaniell  James  the=.  .  .  .  widdow  Elizabeth  ux.  John 

eldest  sonn  2  bro.  by  of  Glascock.  Cornelius  a  mar- 

per  the  2  the  2  chant  of  London, 

venter.  venter. 


Sara  ux.  John 
Jeffereys  of ....  in 
com.  Essex  relict 
Vernon. 


Bprb. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Quarterly — argent  and  sable,  in  dexter  chief  an  eagle  displayed 
of  the  second.  [Byrd.]  2.  Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  roses  or. 
[Thimley.]  3.  Or,  two  bars  nebule  gules,  a  bordure  gobony  argent  and  of 
the  second.  [Dauncey.]  4.  Argent,  a  cross  dory,  gules  in  dexter  chief  a 
torteaux.  [Woodhall.] 

Crest. — On  a  dolphin  proper  an  eagle  or,  wings  expanded.  [Byrd.] 

Arma  sive  clvpeus  gentilitius  Cl.  viri  Guilielmi  Byrd,  legum  doctoris  filii 
Guilielmi  Byrd  ex  maria  fiha  et  herede  Jacobi  Woodhall  de  Walden  qui  Guilielmus 
filius  erat  Tho.  Byrd  ex  Beatrice  fil.  Jo.  Worlich  de  Cowlinge  in  com.  Suff.  qui 
quidem  Thomas  Byrd  filius  fuit  Guilielmi  Byrd  ex  Annabelius  filia  et  herede  Jo. 
Thinley  et  uxoris  sue  sororis  et  heredis  Roberti  Dauncey  de  Walden.  Quae  quidem 
Arma  cum  Crista  ego  Guil.  Camden  Clarenceulx  Rex  Armorum  exemplificavi  et 
praefat’  Guil.  Byrd  legum  doctori  confirmavi. 

Guilielmus  Camden  Clarencieulx  Rex  Armor. 

Convenit  cum  originali.  Jo.  Philpot  Somersett. 


366 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


I 


William  Byrde  of  Walden  gent.=p 

_ j 

I 


Thomas  Byrde  of=p  Anne  d.  of  Robert  Sr  William  Byrd  Knt.  docter 


Litlebury  co.  Essex 
second  sonn. 

Parkin  of  Litle-  of  the  civil  lawe  died  without 
bury.  *  issue. 

1 

1 

William  Byrd  docter 
of  the  civile  lawe  a0 
1634. 


Thomas  Byrd=f=Elizabeth  d.  of  Thomas  Brande 


of  Litlebury 
a0  1634. 


of  Greate  Hormeade  in  com. 
Hertford. 


M  ary  ux. 
Nicholes 
Blinco. 


Thomas  Byrd  aged  about  ij  yeares  1634.  Elizabeth.  Susan. 


(This  descent  is  by  another  hand,  written  upon  a  separate  piece  of  paper, 

and  pasted  down.) 


John  Thimley.=j=.  .  .  .  sister  &  he  of  Robert  Dauncy  of  Walden 
son  and  heire  of  Robert  Dauncy  of  Walden. 


William  Byrd.=pAnnabl.  dar  &  he  of  John  Thimley. 


Thomas  Byrd.=j=Beatrix  d.  of  Jo.  Worlich  of  Cowling  co.  Suff. 


William  Byrd.=j=Mary  d.  &  hr  of  James  Woodhall  of  Walden  co.  Essex. 


1  I  2  | 

William  Byrd  LL.Dr.  Thomas.=f= 


Bjuti. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Three  stags'  heads  cabossed,  a  canton  ermine.  [ 


]  (Ex  sigillo.) 


It 

Christopher 
Bird  of 
Standon 
Place. 


William  Byrde  of  Standon- 
Place  in  com.  Essex  gent. 
Musician  to  Q.  Elizabeth. 


^Julian  d.  of  M. 
Birley  of  Lin¬ 
colnshire. 


:Oatherin  d.  of 
Thomas  Moore 
of  Bam- 
borough  in 
com.  Yorke. 


2  I 

Thomas  Bird 
of  Drury  Lane 
in  com.  Mid¬ 
dlesex. 


J 

Elizabeth  1 
ux.  John 
Jackson  2 
to  Burdett. 


Rachell  ux. 

Edward 

Biggs. 


Thomas  Bird  of  Standon  Place  1634. 


I 

Mary  ux. 
Thomas 
Falcon- 
bridg.  , 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


367 


Cage. 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Per  pale  gules  and  azure  a  saltire  or.  [Cage.] 
Crest. — A  sea-horse's  head  proper.  [ 


Richard  Cage  of  the  towne  of  Pakenham  in  com.  Suffolk.^ 

I 


I  1 

Elizabeth  d.  &  heire^ Anthony  Cage= 
of  Richard  Dale  of  of  Stowe  in 


Walden  1  wiffe. 


com.  Cam¬ 
bridge. 


Anne  d.  &  heire=Sr  John  Harte 
of  ...  .  Hayne  Maior  of  Lon- 
2  wiffe.  don. 


Symon 

Cage 

yonger 

brother. 


1  t 

Sr  John  Cage  &  others.  Nicholes=j=Anne  d.  of  Toby  Wood  esqr.  ob.  7  Febb. 

Cage.  1632.  shee  after  maried  to  SrRobt.  Barker 

the  king’s  printer. 

Sr  Tobi  Cage= 
of  Gales  in 
the  p’ish  of 
Woodfford  in 
com.  Essex 
1634. 

=Lettice  d.  of  ....  d.= 

Sr  Peter  of  ...  . 

Scott  of  Sairs  of 

Camberwell  Wind- 

in  com.  sore 

Surrey  Knt.  1  wiffe. 

=John  Cage=Anne  d.  of  Elizabeth 

of  Bright-  Goldsmyth  ux.  Charles 

well  in  of  London  Barker 

com.  Buck-  2  wiffe.  4  son  of 

ingham.  Robert. 

T1 

1  II  II  1  III 

Tobie  Cage  Let-  Anne  Cage  Elizabeth.  Elizabeth.  Charles.  Anne. 

6  yere  old.  tice  ob.  an  —  — 

Cage,  inffant.  Mary.  John. 

John  Cage  of= 
Totteredge 
in  com. 
Hertfford. 

p  Jane  d.  of  Edward  =j 
Richard  Cage  of 

Thornhill.  London. 

= Judith  d.  of  Danyell  = 

Sr  John  Harte  Cage  of 
Lord  Maior  of  Occles. 
London. 

pCatherin  d.  of 
Charles  Mor- 
daunt  of 

Okley  in  ...  . 

Richard  Cage.  John  Cage.  Phillip. 

Anthony= 
Cage  of 
Stow  was 
buried  at 
Stowe. 


=Dorathey  d.  & 
coheire  of 
WiU’m  Rud- 
stone  of 
Swaffham 
Bulbeck  in 
com.  Cam- 
bridg  esqr. 


Thomazin 
w.  of 
George 
Haws  of 
London. 


Martha  1  ux.  Thomas 
Lawrance  of ...  . 
esqr.  &  after  to  John 
Bromley  &  had  yssue 
Sr  John  Lawrance 
Knt.  &  Baronett 
who  marid  the  d.  of 
.  .  .  .  Poyntz. 


Elizabeth  Anneux. 
ux.George  Elring- 
Warrenof  ton  of 
L’ondon.  com. 

Essex. 


Vide  the  next  pedigree. 


368 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Case. 

(No.  2.) 


Anthony  Cage  of  Stowe  in  com.= 
Cambridge  vide  the  last  pedi¬ 
gree. 

=Dorathey  d.  &  heire  of  Wm.  Rudstone 
of  Swaffham  Bulbeck  in  com. 

Cambridge. 

Sr  Thomas#= 
Cage  of 
Stowe 

Knt. 

buried  at 
Stow. 

=Joyce  d.  &  heire  Edward  Cage  of  Weld-hall  Thomas  Cage  of 

of  Richard  in  Essex,  marid  Mary,  d.  of  Eltesley  m.  Eliza- 

Mount  of  Hamp-  George  Nicholls  of  Walden  beth  d.  of  Gawyn 

ton  in  Kent.  in  Essex  &  had  yssue  Pelsant  of  Hert- 

esqr.  Anthony.  fford  gent. 

Anthony=j=Mary  d.  &  sole  heire  Susan  ux.  William  Cage  of  Sara  Cage  not 

Cage.  j  of  Thomas  Seckfford.  Mergate  in  com.  Kent.  yett  maried. 

|1  |2  | 

John  Cage  sonn  and  heire  Anthony  Cage  borne  Anne  bom  the  18th 

borne  30  June  1631.  13  July  1632.  of  April  1630. 

Anthony  Cage  doc  ter 
in  divinity  rector  of 
Burrow  Greene  marid 

Anne  d.  of _ Mount- 

fford  docter  in  divinity 
&  had  issue  Anne. 


I 

Dorathey 
Anne  & 
Margarett 
ob.  s.p. 


William 
Cage  & 
Danyell 
marid 
both  & 
had  issue. 


I 

Mary  ux. 
Isaack  Aple- 
ton  of  Suffolk 
esqr.  of  Wal- 
lingffeld. 


Anne  ux.  S1 
Richard  Fox 
of  Staunton, 
lacye  in  com. 
Sallop  Knt. 


Martha 
Cage 
yet  un- 
marid. 


CaUtoell. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  cross  patee  fitchee  ivithin  an  orle  of  estoiles  or,  a  crescent  on  a  mullet 
for  difference.  [Caldwell.] 

Crest. — A  cock's  head,  argent  between  two  icings  expanded  sable,  holding  in  the  beak 
a  cross  patee  fitchee  or,  on  the  breast  a  crescent  on  a  mullet  for  difference. 
[Caldwell.] 


.  .  .  .  Caldwell.=p 


Florence  Caldwell  of 
London  merchant 
father  of  Mary  wiffe 
of  Sr  Thomas  Gor- 
ney  Knt. 


|2 

William 

s.p. 


I  3 

Thomas  Caldwell 
grandfather  of 
Thomas  Caldwell 
that  certifies 
this  descent. 


I  4 

Lawrance=p[Mary  d.  of  Moun- 
Caldwell  cey  of ....  in  com. 
of  Lon-  Cambridg.] 
don. 

A 


*  John  according  to  Blomefield,  See  his  1  Coll.  Cantab.,’  p.  16. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


369 


I  1 

William 
Caldwell 
of  Lin- 
conshire. 


Elizabeth  d.  of=f=Daniell  Caldwell  of  Horndon  on  the=j=[Marye]  d.  of 


Toldervey 
[of  London], 


Hill  in  com.  Essex  m.  to  his  3  wiffe 
Allice  d.  of  [John]  Mayne  [of  Hert- 
ffordshire]. 


II  II 

Mary.  Elizabeth.  Anne.  Mary. 


[George] 
Duncombe  of 
[Alburye  in  com. 
Surrey]  2  wiffe. 


[by  Mayne.] 


In  perusing  of  the  pedegree  of  Caldwell  we  find  that  the  above 
named  Florence  Caldwell  may  beare  these  Armes  w’th  the  difference 
of  a  third  brother  here  above  depicted  w’ch  wee  doe  by  these  presents 
testiffie  &  conffirme  in  witnes  whereof  we  haue  hereunto  subscribed 
a0  d’ni  1601. 


Will’m  Hethick,  Will’m  Camden, 

Garter  principall  King  of  Armes.  Clarenceulx  King  of  Armes. 

{The parts  ivithin  brackets  are  additions  to  the  MS.) 


Canning. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  three  moors'  heads  couped  in  profile  proper. 
[Cannyng.]  2.  Three  passion  nails.  [  ]  4.  A  goat  salient.  [  ] 

Richard  Cannyng  of  Foscote  in  com.=p 
Warwick  (?  co.  Oxford). 


Richard  Canynges  Will’m  Cannyng  of  Foscote  &  of=f=Rachell  d.  of 
of  Foscote.  London  Marchant  free  of  the  Richard  Arm- 

Iremongers  hee  was  a  secon  sonn.  shaw  of  London. 


Will’m  Canny nges  of  Elsenham  com.=pMartha  d.  of  George  Etheridg 
Essex  a0  1634  eldest  son.  I  of  Maydenhed  in  com.  Berks. 


George  Cannynges.  Mary.  Martha. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Capell 


Sr  Gamaliell  Capell=pJane  2d  da.  &  coheire  of  Weston  Browne 


of  Raynes  in  com. 
Essex  Knt.  a°  1603 
4th  sonn. 


of  Rookwoods  in  com.  Essex  widdow 
of  Will’m  Wyatt  of  Tillingham  in  com. 
Essex  esq. 


I  I  I  *  I 

Mary  ux.  Thom.  Arundell  Anne  ux.  Robert  Wise-  Mildred  ux.  Sr  Francis 
of  Traherne  in  Cornwall,  man  of  Canffeld  in  com.  Wm.  Luckyn  Capell. 

Essex.  Baronett. 


Sr  Gamaliell  Capell  of=.  . 
Raynes  in  com.  Essex  of 
Knt.  son  &  heire. 


2  I 

d.  Henery  Capell  of  Freaning=pAnne  d.  of  Edward 
.  .  (Fryerning)  in  com.  Essex  Wentworth  of  Bock- 
gen.  now  liveing  a°  1634.  ing  in  com.  Essex. 


Francis  Capell  only  sonn  &  heire 
apparant  aged  one  yeare  a°  1634. 


CartmtaU. 

Crest  and  Arms  of  Cardinal!.  as  in  "Vis.  of  1612. 


Joane  d.  of  John=  William  Cardinall=pLettice  d.  of 


Gourdon  of  Suffolk 

of  Great  Bromley 

William  Knight 

1  wiffe. 

in  com.  Essex. 

2  wiffe. 

T 

Stephen 
ob.  s.p.  Suckling 
1  wiffe. 


d.  of^Charles  Cardynalh 
of  Great  Bromley. 


:Bridgett  d.  of  Raffe  Starling 
relict  Thomas  Bowes  eldest 
sonn  Thomas  Bowes. 


John 
ob.  s.p. 


William  Car- 
dinall  now  in 
Ireland  1634. 


Robert  Car-=Elizabeth 
dinallofLit-  Beriff. 
tie  Bromley. 


3  I 

James  Cardinalh 
of  Little  Brom¬ 
ley  1634. 


If 


-Dorathey  d.  of  Richard 
Welby  of  London 
Marchant. 


Charles  Cardinall.  John  Cardinall  about  4  yeares  old  1634. 


2  I 

James. 


Dorathey. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


371 


Carets 

Edward  Carew  gent,  porter  of  the  Tower  did  Seale  with  Carew  coate  &  creast 
of  Devonshire  without  difference  but  his  father  hath  not  as  yett  shewed  any 
authority  to  lend  these  Armes  or  how  he  is  descended  of  that  family  being  about 
foure  score  yeares  of  age  at  this  present. 


John  Carew  of  the  Midle=rElizabeth  d.  of  Tirrell  of 
Temple.  Herngate. 


I  I 

Jnlyan.  Susan  d.  of  Christoph  er=pEdward  Carew  of  =Margerett  widdow  of 


Harfleet  of  Ash  in  com. 
....  1  wiffe. 


Eumfford  in  com.  Es-  Henery  Browne  of 
sex  liveinge  1634.  Eumfford  2  wiffe. 


Edward  Carew  gent,  porter  of  the  tower=pCatherin  d.  of .  .  .  .  Husan 
dyed  in  the  liffe  of  his  father.  I  marchant  of  London. 


John  Carew.  Edward  Carew. 


I  5  |  | 

Mary.  John  Carew.=f=.  ...  d.  of  Eobert  Tirrell.  Elizabeth. 

n 


ohn 


John  Carew  ob.  s.p.  Eobert  Carew. 


John  Carew.  Anne. 


Castell 

Eobert  Castell  of  Woodham  Wate] 
in  com.  Essex  Esq’r  1634. 


Eobert  Castell  of  East  Hatley  in  com.  Cambridg.  Edmond. 


372 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Clrnmte* 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Gules,  a  chevron  between  three  cinquefoils  or,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
[Chambers.] 

Crest. — A  bear  progoer  passant,  muzzled,  collared  and  chained  argent,  a  crescent  for 
difference.  [Chambers.] 


John  Chamber  of  Clay  don  in  the 
Bishoprick  of  Durham. 


Jarvis  Chamber 
of  Kendall  in 
com.  Westmor¬ 
land. 


: Allice  d.  of 
Rootes 
(?  Rookes). 


. .  .  .  ux.  .  .  . 
Atkinson  of 
Wearmonth 
in  the 
Bishoprick. 

T 


i  i  i 

1.  Robert. 

3.  Charles.  )  s.p. 

2.  Charles. 


Thomas  Chamber  of  Cleydon  in  the=f=Barbara  d.  of  Atkinson  &  heire 
Bishoprick  of  Durham  1634.  to  her  unckle  Robert. 


1  |  2  | 

Robert  Chamber. 
Roger  Chamber. 


Charles  Chamber  of  Dagen¬ 
ham  in  com.  Essex  &  of 
Grays  Inn  gent.  1634. 


-Mary  d.  of  Bird  of  Bristow  widdow 
of  Ramm  since  widdow  of  Robert 
Adams  of  Dagenham  in  com.  Essex. 


I 

Anne  only  d.  halffe  a  yeare  old  1634. 


Cfjatnber. 

(Nj>.  2.) 

Crest  and  Arms  same;  as  in  the  last  Pedigree. 

This  descent  is  entered  in  the  Visitation  of  the  Bishoprick  of  Durham,  folio  37. 


Charles  Chamber  of  Kendall=p.  ...  d.  of 


I 


in  the  Westmorland  a0  1556. 

V 


Burton. 


Jarvis  Chamber  of  Kendall  in  Westinorland.=p Allice  d.  of  .  . .  .  Rookes  (?  Rootes). 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


373 


A| 


John  Chamber  of  Cleidon  in  the  Bishoprick  of  Durham. 


Thomas  Atkinson  of  Munck=p.  .  .  .  sister  Robert  John 
Warmouth  in  the  Bishoprick  of  Robert 
of  Durham.  Chamber. 


s.p. 


s.p. 


Charles 

s.p. 


Thomas  Chamber  of  Claidon  in  the  Bishoprick^ 
of  Durham  now  liveing  1634. 


I 


1  I  3  | 

Robert  Charles  Chamber  of  Dagen-: 
Chamber,  ham  &  of  Grays  Inn  gent, 
liveing  a0  1634. 


"Barbara  d.  of  Tho.  Atkinson  & 
heire  to  her  unckle  Robert  Chamber. 


-Mary  d.  of  Bird  of  Bristow  relict 
of  Ramm  of  Dagenham  widdow  of 
Robert  Adams  of  Dagenham. 


* 1 

Roger 

s.p. 


Anne  only  d.  halffe  a  yeare  old  a0  1634. 


CJjctJte. 


kims.— Quarterly— l  and  4.  Cheeke  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
2  and  3.  Gules ,  a  saltire  vair  between  four  mullets  argent.  [Hill.] 

Sr  John  Cheeke  of  Stoke-=j=Mary  d.  &  heire 
Clare  in  com.  Suffolk.  I  of  ...  .  Hill. 


Henery  Cheeke  Secretary  to=pFrances  d.  of  Sr  Humffrey  Radcliff  of  Elston 
the  Councell  of  Yorke.  sister  of  Sr  Edward  now  Erie  of  Sussex. 


Thomas  Cheeke  of  Pirgo  in  the  liberties— Essex  d.  of  Robert  Lord  Rich 
of  Havering  m  com.  Essex  1634.  Earle  of  Warwick. 


1  I  2  |  3  |  | 

Robert  Cheeke  Thomas  Charles  Frances.  Anne. 

9  yere  old.  Cheeke.  Cheeke.  —  — 

Essex.  Issabell. 


Elizabeth. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Caster* 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  fess  gules  three  cutlasses  erect  of  the  first ,  hilts  or.  [Chester.] 
Granted  to  Robert  Chester  Feb.  1639,  by  Sir  John  Borough,  Garter. 

Crest. — A  cutlass  argent,  hilt  and  pomel  or,  between  two  branches  of  laurel  proper. 
[Chester.]  Granted  at  the  same  time. 


George  Chester  of  Hartlepoole  in  the: 
Bishoprick  of  Durham. 


Thomas  Chester  of  Richard  Chester  of=pElizabeth  d.  of  John 
Hartlepoole.  Lee  in  com.  Essex.  I  Wilsonn  of  Lee. 


George=Anne  d.  of 
Chester.  Wright  of 
London. 


2  I 

Allice  d.  of  Brad-=j=  Robert  =pMary  d.  of  Anthony  Clovile 


ford  Bury  of  East- 
wood. 


Chester. 


of  West  Haningfeld. 


Richard  Chester  aged  aboute  6  yeares.  Elizabeth.  Robert  Chester. 


Cfhbbornt. 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  chevron  between  three  dexter  gauntlets  gules,  three  cinquefoils  of 
the  first.  [Chibborne.] 

Crest. — An  ostrich's  head  erased  azure,  beaked  or.  [Chibborne.] 


Elizabeth  d.  of=pChristopher  Chibborne= 
....  Lawrance  of  Messing  Hall  in 
of  Tilbery  in  com.  Essex.  Joane  d. 
com.  Essex  1  of  Thomas  Spilman  of 
wiflfe.  Great  Charte  in  com. 

Kent,  3  wiffe. 


Alexander 
Chibborne 
ob.  yong. 


:Mary  d.  of=  Ambrose  Butler 
....  Maxey  of  Aston  in  the 
of  Brad  well  Walles  in  com. 
Hall  in  com.  Northampton 
Essex  1  1  husband, 

wiffe. 


Anne  d.  of=p=Sr  Charles  Chibborne= 
Thom.  Spil¬ 
man  of 
great 
Charte  in 
com.  Kent 
1  wiffe. 

A 


of  Messing  Hall  in 
com.  Essex  Knt.  Mar- 
gerett  d.  of  Sr  George 
Yonge  of  the  citty 
of  York  Knt. 

3  wiffe. 


:Winiffrid  d. 
of  Robert 
Wiseman  of 
Mayland  in 
com.  Essex 
2  wiffe. 


George. 


Susan  ux. 
Rob.  Ful- 
wer  of 


in 


com. 

Essex. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


375 


A 


B  I 


Hanameell  Chib-=r=Mary  d.  of  Sir 


borne  of  Messing- 
hall  esq’r  sonn  & 
heire  liveing  a0 
1634. 


George  Newman 
of  Canterbury  & 
of  Newman  Hall 
in  com.  Essex. 


Anne  ob. 
un- 

maried. 


Frances  ux.  Elizabeth  ux. 
Thom.  Eng-  Richard  Juxson 
ham  esq’r  of  Canterbury, 
sonn  &  heire 
of  Sr  Thomas. 


1  |  2  |  |  3  |  4  | 

George  Chibborne  aged  Charles  ob.  Sibella  ob.  Hanameell.  Hanameell. 

about  9  yeares  a0  1634.  yong.  yong. 


John  ob.  yong.  Winiffrid.  Mary  ux.  Edmond  Porter  of  the  citty  of  Norwich. 


Cfcurtf). 

(No.  1.) 

No  Arms  or  Crest  given.  See  Vis.  of  1612. 

An  exempliffication  of  these  Armes  &  Creast  by  l’res  pattents  under  the  hand 
&  seale  of  Wm.  Camden  Clarenceulx  dated  January  29,  1613,  unto  Bartholemew 
Church  of  Chelmsford  in  com.  Suff.  sonn  &  heire  of  John  Church  of  Earles  Colne 
in  the  county  of  Essex  sonne  &  heire  of  Bartholemew  Church  who  was  gentleman 
servant  to  John  De  Vere  Earle  of  Oxfford  to  which  Bartholemew  this  coate  of  Armes 
by  Will’m  Hawley  esq’r  al’s  Clareu.  King  of  Armes  in  31  yere  of  King  H.  8  was 
granted. 


Bartholmew  Church  of  Earles=j= 
Colne  in  com.  Essex.  j 


John  Church  of=f=Kose  d.  of  Robert  Burges  of  Colchester 


Earles  Colne. 


in  com.  Essex. 


I 

Mary  Cristner  d.  of  Edward” John  Church=pFrances  d.  of  John 


Cristner  of  the 
Northampton. 


county  of 


of  Earles 
Colne. 


Fletcher  of  Earles 
Colne. 


1  |  2  | 

John  Church  aged  Bartholmew. 
about  4  yeres. 


Elizabeth  aged 
about  14  yeres. 


376 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Cfjutdj. 


(No.  2.) 


Robert  Churche  of  Castell  Camps  in  com.  Essex  (Cambridge)^ 
esqr.  councellor  of  the  law  &  steward  to  the  Earle  of  Oxford. 


John  Church  of  Samfford=p. 
in  com.  Essex. 


d.  of 
Wye. 


John  Church  of  Finchinffeld  in  com.  Essex.=pJoane  d.  of  Titerell. 


Ruke  Churche  of  Springffeld=f=Eliuor  d.  of  Will’m  Tey  of  Layer  Richard 
in  com.  Essex  1634.  Delahay  in  com.  Essex.  Church. 


Mary  Church  mara  to  John  Jarvis  docter  of  the  civell  law 
Rector  of  north  Fambridge  com.  Essex  sonne  &  heire  of 
Arther  Jarvice  of  the  pipe  Office. 


~r 


Church  Jarvis. 


Martha. 


Cliffe. 


Arms  of  Cliffe  as  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


John  Cliffe  of  Jngerstone  (Ingatestone)  in  com.=pAnne  d.  of  George  Kebell  of 
Essex  esqr.  sone  &  heire,  Clarke  of  the  signett  New  Bottell  in  com.  Northamp- 
to  H.  8,  E.  6,  Q.  M.  &  Q.  Elizabeth.  ton  ob.  5  September  1585. 


John  Cliffe  of  Jngarstone  in=pAnne  d.  of  Thomas  Tirrell  of  Heron 


com.  Essex  esqr.  1634. 


in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


I  1  I  2 

John  Edward. 

Cliff 

1634. 


Catherin  ux. 
Walter  Fan- 
gent. 


Anne  ux.  Edward 
Onger  of  Suffolk 
gent. 

_ =r 


Avice  ux.  Francis  Baynton 
of  King’s  Norton  in  com. 
Worster. 


Anne  only  child. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


377 


Clapton. 


Crest  and  Arms  same  as  those  of  Clopton  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Will’m  Clopton  of  Liston  in  com.  Essex  gent.=f= 

Will’m  Clopton=j=Anne  d.  of  Thomas  Barnardiston 
sonn  &  heire.  of  the  countie  of  Suffolk. 


Will’m  Clopton  of  Liston  esqr.=pAnne  d.  of  John  Wiseman  of 
son  &  heire.  Stisted  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Clop¬ 
ton  of  Liston 
1634. 


=Elizabeth 
d.  of 
Martin 
Sparrow. 


I  2  * 

Francis = Anne 
Clop-  Shorte. 

ton. 


Anne  ux.  Giles 
Harris  of 
Brinckley  in 
com.  Cambridg. 


Mary  ux.  George 
Wheatcrofte  of 
Eye  in  com.  Suff. 


Elizabeth  only  child  liveing  1634. 


Clobtle,  CloubtU,  Co  Unit. 

Crest  and  Arms  (quartering  Auger  or  Aucher)  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Francis  Clouvile  of  Clouvile  Hall  in  com.  Essex.=j=Anne  d.  of  Thirkell. 

_ I 

Eustace  Clouvile  of  Clouvile  H all.  === Jane  d.  of  S1'  Percivall  Harte  Knt. 


|1 

Percivall 
ob.  s.p. 


Sr  Henery  Clouvile=Anne  d.  of  Thom.  Rivett 


of  Clouvile  Hall  in 
com.  Essex. 


of  Ratlesden  in  com. 
Suff.  esqr. 


Elizabeth  ux, 
Edw.  Lascells 
of  Yorkshire. 


Henery  Clouvile. 
Edmond  2  sonn. 
William  3rd. 


Thomas  4th. 
Peter  5th. 
John  6th. 


Lucretia  ux.  John 
Elmer,  Grandchild 
of  Bishop  Elmer. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Wm. 
Goldingham  of 
Goldingham  Hall 
(in  Buhner) 
in  com.  Essex. 


Mary  ux.  Robt.  Chester 
of  Wickfford  in  com. 
Essex. 


|4 

Anne  ux.  Richard  Everard 
of  Much  Baddow  in  com. 
Essex. 


Jane  dyed 
unmaried. 


|  6  |  7 
Catherin 
& 

Susan. 


3  o 


378 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


CoUiJmm- 

Arms. — Argent,  a  spread  eagle  azure.  [  ] 


John  Coldham  of  Barningham  in  com.  Suff.=pMargerett  d.  of 
sonne  of  John  Coldham  of  the  same  place  ....  Fuller  of 
as  apereth  by  his  will.  Barningham. 


John  Coldham  of  Barningham  in  com.  Su£f.=j=Catherin  d.  of  Waldingffeld. 


I 

Laurance  Coldham  of  Shering=j=Martha  d.  of  Edward  Bugg  &  of  Jane 


in  com.  Essex. 


his  wiffe  dan.  of  Raynsford. 


1 1 

Edward  Coldham 

1  1 

2.  George. 

1 

4.  Lawrance. 

1  1 
Martha  eldest  d.  Catherin. 

of  London  iron- 

— 

mar.  to  Roger 

monger. 

3.  John. 

Yardley  gent. 

€$lt> 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Ermine,  a  lull  passant  sable,  a  bordure  engrailed  of  the  second  bezantee. 
[Cole.] 

Crest. — A  bull’s  head  erased  sable,  horned  or.  [Cole.] 

(Under  the  hand  of  Sr  W.  Dethick  Knl  Garter.) 


Leonard  Cole  of  Bickington  com.  Devon.=p 


Barnard  Cole 
of  Woodland. 

4s 


John  Cole  of  Woodland=j=Joane  d.  of .  .  .  .  Giles  of 
in  com.  Devon.  Sherford  in  com.  Devon. 


I  2 

Hugh 

Cole. 

4s 


|  3 

Christopher  Cole  of=pBridgett  d.  &  coheire  of  Francis 


Farnham  in  com. 
Essex  gent,  a0  1634. 


Wace  of  Feltwell  in  com.  Norff. 
gent. 


|  1  |  2 
Christopher  Cole  aged  Edward, 
about  11  yeres  1634. 


Adolphus. 


I  4 

James. 


I 

Bridgett. 


Note. — This  pedigree  is  entered  at  fol.  160  B  of  the  MS.  An  entry  of  the  same  pedigree 
occurs  at  fol.  27  B,  with  the  addition  of  Francis  as  fifth  son  of  Christopher  and  Bridgett. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634.  379 


Colt. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  gules  between  three  scorpions  reversed  sable.  [Cole.] 
James  Cole  of  Walden  in  com.  Essex=FAnne  d.  of  Will’m 


younger  brother  of  the  house  of . 
in  com.  SufF. 


Gardener  of 
Essex. 


John  Cole  of  Walden=pLidia  d.  of  Golding  of  Thaxsted 


in  com.  Essex. 


in  com.  Essex. 


Catherin  d.  of  Hen .  Mordaunt=pThomas  Cole  of  Walden  &  of  t he = Dinah  d.  of . 


esqr.  &  sister  of  Henery  Mor- 
daunt  esqr.  1  wiffe. 


Midle  Temple  a0  1600  Master  in  Moore  of  Nor- 
Artes  now  liveing  a0  1634.  wich  2  wiife. 


1 1 

William: 

=Lettice 

1  2 
John 

1 

Susan  ux.  Rob. 

Elizabeth 

1 

Barbara 

1 

Anne  ux. 

1 

Hellen 

Cole 

d.  of 

Cole. 

Edwards  citi- 

ux. 

ux.  John 

Richard 

ux. 

aged 

•  •  •  • 

sen  &  mar- 

Henery 

Todd  of 

Felsted 

Wm. 

about 

Gibbes. 

chant  talor  of 
London. 

Theody 
of  Thax¬ 
sted. 

Sturmer 
in  com. 
Essex. 

of  Litle 

Chester- 

ford. 

Gres- 
ney  of 
Wis- 
bich. 

Collin. 


Arms. —  Vert,  a  griffin  segreant  or,  a  crescent  on  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Collin.] 
Crest. — A  griffin's  head,  erased  or,  collared  ermine,  a  crescent  on  a  crescent  for  dif¬ 
ference.  [Collin.] 

John  Collin  of  Little  Laver  in  .  .  .  .=f 


f 

John  Collin  of  Little  Laver 


I  2 

Nicholas  Collin=pElizabeth  d.  of  Robert 
of  Little  Laver  Adams  of  Parndon 
in  com.  Essex,  co.  Essex. 

B 


John  Collin  of  High  Laver=f= 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 
a0  1589. 


A 


380 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


_ Aj 

I  I  I 

John  Collins  of  Mary.  Audrey. 
Lincolns  Inn 
a0  1634. 


»  I 


Richard  Collin  of  great=j=Mary  d.  of  John 
Parndon  in  com.  Essex  Bussey,  Clarke. 
a0  1634. 


Thomas  Collin  aged  about  11  yeres  1634.  Richard.  Elizabeth. 


Captaine  Thomas  Collin  of=j=Dorathey  d.  of  Edward  Elrington  of 


Thaydon  Gernon  a0  1634. 


Birchall  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


Thomas  Collin  aged  about 
6  yeares  1634. 


Edward. 

Edward. 

Barbara. 

Jane. 

William. 

Dorathey. 

Anne. 

€oo> 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Same  as  Coo  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Crest. — An  armed  arm,  embowed  proper,  holding  a  chaplet  vert.  [Coo.] 


Will’m  Coo  of  Boxsford=FJoane  d.  of 


in  com.  Suifolk. 


Foucher. 


Thomas  Coo  of  the  same=j=Susan  d.  of  John  Spencer  of  Groton 


sonn  &  heire. 


in  com.  Suffolk. 


Copinger  of .  .  . 
in  com.  Suffolk 
1  wife. 


1  1 

William= 

= Julian  d. 

1  1 

Thomas 

Susan  1  ux.  Thomas 

1  1  1 
Bridget. 

Coo. 

of  Sr  John 

ob.  s.p. 

Tasker  of  London 

— 

Browne 

— 

2  to  Humffrey  Mil- 

Amye. 

of  Essex 

John 

ward  3  to  Paule 

— 

Knt. 

ob.  s.p. 

Crooke. 

Anne. 

William  Coo  22  yere  old  1634.  Thomas  Coo  17  yere  old.  Mary  ob.  1630. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634.  381 


€oo> 


(No.  2.) 

Arms  same  as  Coo  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Will’m  Coe  of  Wickham  St.  Paul=j=Editk  d.  of .  .  . 
in  com.  Essex.  Walker. 


John  Coo.=pMargerett  d.  of  WilPm  Luckin  of 
Chignall  Srnaley  in  com.  Essex. 


George  Coo.: 


Will’m  Coo  of  Wick¬ 
ham  St.  Paule 
a0  1632. 


Richard  Marian  ux.  John  Long 
Coo.  of  Bradfield  Saling  in 
com.  Essex. 


Isaack  George 
Coo.  Coo. 


Cooke. 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Azure,  on  a  chevron  argent  between  three  cinquefoils  ermine  two  lions  com¬ 
batant  gules.  [Cooke.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  gules  an  ibex's  head  or,  crined  gules.  [Cooke.] 

/ 


William  Cooke  of  Chishall  in  com.  Essex=p.  .  .  . 
descended  from  the  Cooks  of  Midlesex. 


Thomas  Cooke  of  Greate  Chishall  in  com.  Essex=pDorathey  d.  of  Sr  Thomas 
esqr.  captaine  of  a  traine  band  marid  to  his  Meade  of  Loftes  Knt. 

1  wiffe  Dorathey  d.  of  Thomas  Grymes  of  2  wiffe. 

Foulsham  in  com.  Norffolk. 


Francis  Cooke  about  Elizabeth.  Elizabeth.  Thomas.  John.  Catherin. 
19  yere  old  1634.  — 

Margerett. 


Anne. 


Amphillis. 


382 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Cooke* 


(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Or,  a  chevron  compony  gules  and  azure  between  three  cinquefoils  of  the  last. 
[Cooke.] 

Crest. — A  unicorn's  head  or  between  two  wings  endorsed  azure.  [Cooke.] 


Sr  Anthony  Cooke  of  Giddy  Hall,  Knt.=pAnne  d.  of  S1'  Will’m  Fitzwilliams 


high  Steward  of  the  libertie  of  Havering 


of  Gainsparke  in  com.  Essex  Knt. 


Richard  Cooke  of  Giddy-hall  esq’re  high=p  Anne  d.  of  Caunton. 
Steward  of  the  liberty  of  Havering. 


Sr  Anthony  Cooke  of  Giddy-hall  Knt.  high- 
Steward  of  the  libertie  of  Havering. 


:Anne  d.  of  Sr  Will’m  Waldegrave 
of  Smalbridge  in  com.  Suffolk. 


Sr  Edward  Cooke1 
of  Giddy-hall 
high  Steward  of 
the  liberty  of 
Havering  in  the 
Bower. 


=Martha  d.  of 
Sr  Will’m 
Daniell  Knt. 
one  of  the 
Judges  of  the 
Comon  pleas. 


2  Sr  Hercules=Anne  d.  3  William 

Francis  Cooke  of  ...  .  Cooke. 

knt.  high  Beres- 

steward  of  the  ford. 

libertie  of 

Havering  one 

of  the  justices 

of  peace  of  this 

county  a0  1634. 


Penelapye 
ux.  Sr 
Robert 
Cock  Knt. 
Clarke  of 
the  Check 
to  King 
Charles. 


Charles  Cooke 
of  Giddy-hall 
ob.  s.p. 


Anne  sister  &  coheire  ux. 
Sr  Edward  Sydenham 
Equerry  to  the  King. 


Vere  d.  &  coheire  ux. 
Charles  Gawdye  of 
Crowes  Hall  esq’r. 


Cooke. 

(No.  3.) 

The  Auntiant  Armes  of  this  familie  of  Cooke  remaineth  on  a  grave  ston  in 
Horkesley  Church  com’  Essex  where  one  of  the  Auncestors  lieth  buried  with  the 
said  Armes. 

Arms. — Sable,  three  bendlets  argent. 

Crest. — A  cocicatrice  statant  argent,  icings  or,  beaked  and  combed  gules. 

This  Coate  and  Creast  was  exemplified  by  Clarenceux  Cook  a0  1585  to  John 
Cooke  of  Little  Stambridg  com.  Essex. 

Same  Crest  as  above,  and  same  Armes,  but  the  field  azure. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


383 


John  Cooke  of  Horkesley  &  afterward  of  Pebmarsk 
in  com.  Essex  mar.  the  dau.  of  Newton. 


Robert  Cooke  of  Pebmarsh  in  com.  Essex.=j=Joan  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Syday. 


I 


Margarett  d.  of  .  .  . 
Rice  of  Bures  St. 
Mary  in  com.  SufF. 
1  wiffe. 


-Thomas  Cooke  of  Pebm ersh = Eli zabe th  d.  of 
mar.  Susan  d.  of  Brand  of  ....  North  of 
Boxford  com.  SufF.  3  wiffe.  Colchester. 


I 

John  Cooke  of 
Little  Stam- 
bridge  in  com. 
Essex  died 
without  yssue. 


Thomas  Cooke  of  Pebmarsh  &  of=j=  Grace  d.  of  Upcher  of  Fordham 
Yeldham  in  com.  Essex  a0  1634.  in  com.  Essex. 


M  I  I 

Thomas  Cooke  of=pElizabeth  d.  &  coheire  of  2  Joseph. 


Pebmarsh  a0 1 634. 


John  Duke  of  Colchester 
doctor  in  phisick.  3  George. 


I 

Grace  Cooke  maried  to 
John  Bennet  of  Machin 
in  com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth.  Grace. 


Coteel. 

Arms. — Or,  on  a  lend  gules  ten  cronels  argent,  a  crescent  for  difference  [Coteel], 
impaling  Rous. 


Sr  Thomas  Coteel  of  London  Knt.= 

* 


1  |  2  | 

Thomas  Coteel  Daniell  Coteel  of  Tarling=Magdalen  d.  of  Ambrose  Rouse 
esq’r.  in  com.  Essex.  of  Halton  in  (?)  com.  Corn  wale. 


384 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


Cotton. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Azure,  on  a  chevron  between  three  cotton  twists  argent  a  fleur  de  lis.  [Cotton.] 


Sr  Richard  Cotton  of  Combermare  in  com.  Cester  Knt. 


....  Cotton  father  of  Sr  John 
Cotton  serjeant  at  armes. 


Robert  Cotton  6  or  7  sonn=p 
of  Sr  Richard. 


I  1 

Edmond  Cotton 
of  ....  in  com. 
Norfolk. 


I  2 

Robert  Cotton  of  Boightelton- 
Sackvile  (West  Bergholt)  in 
com.  Essex. 


:Prisscilla  d.  of  Thornes  Tendering 
of  Brenthall  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Cotton  of  Boightelton=p  Joane  d.  of 
Sackvile  (West  Bergholt)  in  Thom.  Bastwick 
com.  Essex  1634,  secondary  of  of  ....  in  com. 
the  pleas  in  the  exchequer.  Essex. 


William  Cotton  Will’m  Cotton 
of  Chelmsford,  of  Fordham 
y  Clark. 

y 


Thornes  Cotton  of  Trinity  Colledg  in  William.  Sarah. 
Cambridg  17  yeare  old  1634. 


Cotton. 


(No.  2.) 

Arms. — The  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1558,  with  an  annulet  gules  for  difference.  [Cotton.] 
Crest. — A  hawk  proper  leaked  and  belled  or,  holding  in  the  foot  a  demi-garter  cable, 
buckled  of  the  second.  [Cotton.] 


Richard  Cotton  of  Romfford  in  com.  Essex. 


Nicholas  Cotton  of=p Elizabeth  d.  of  Sr 
Romdfford  esq’r  Richard  Weston 

1634.  Earle  of  Portland. 


~r 


Judith  ux.  Richard  Freeman  of  Guy  Harlyng 
in  Chehnsfford  modo  vidua  1634,  the  relict 
of  Richard  Browne  by  whom  sliee  had  yssue 


1  I  2  |  | 

Richard  Cotton=p Judith  d.  of  Hierom.  Mary  ux’  Edward 
of  Hurnechurch  JohnPickes  Cookes  of  Tardebig 

1634.  of  London.  in  com.  Worcester. 


Penelopy  ux.  Thom. 
Freeman  brother  of 
Richard. 


Richard  Cotton  9  yeares  of  age.  Judith.  Mary. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


385 


Cops. 

Arms. — Sable,  on  a  chevron  between  three  spear  heads  argent  as  many  cross  crosslets 
of  the  first.  [Coys.] 

Crest  —Out  of  clouds  proper  issuing  rays  or,  an  arm  erect  grasping  a  snake  entwined 
round  the  arm,  all  proper.  [Coys]. 


John  Coys  of=pJane  d.  of  Robert 


London. 


Warren  of  London. 


Will’m  Coys  of  North=j=Mary  d.  of  Gilbert  Allen  of 
Okenden.  Haseleigh  in  com.  Essex. 


Giles  Coys  of  North  Okenden=pAnne  d.  of  Thomas  Kingsmill  of 
counsellor  at  law  1634.  ....  in  com.  Berks  esq’re. 


Giles  Coys  7  yere  old.  Sarah.  Anne.  Elizabeth.  Rebecka. 


Croclnotie. 


William  Crachrood  of  Toppesfeld=pElizabeth . 
in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Crachrood  of=f=Anne  d.  of  Robert  Mordaunt  of  Hempsted 
Toppesfeld.  in  com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth  ux.  John  Frere  Frances  ux.  Robert  Jane  ux.  John  Barbara  ux. 

of  Belchampe  St.  Paule  Wilkins  of  Ugley  in  Cole  of  Hemp-  Thomas 

in  com.  Essex.  com.  Essex.  sted.  Bull. 


Thomas  Crachrode  of=i=Susan  d.  of  Richard  Godbold  of 


Toppesfeld  a0  1634. 


Swaffham 

ffolk. 


market  in  com.  Nor- 


Anne  ux.  John  Alston  of 
Stisted  in  com.  Essex. 


1]  2 |  8  |  |  I  |  4  | 

Mordant  Thomas.  John  Elizabeth.  Bridgett.  Susan.  Richard. 

Crachrood.  Crachrood. 


386 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


Crompe. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  chevron  argent  between  six  cross  crosslets  fitche  or.  [ 


Richard  Crompe  of  Southweld  in  Dodding-=p 
hurst  hamlett  in  com.  Essex. 


Henery  Crompe  of  Southweld.^f  Anne  d.  of  .  .  . .  Goughe  of  Bow. 


William  Crompe  of  South  weld.=j=Emme  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Jerman  of  Essex. 


William  Crompe=pEllinor  d.  of 
of  Southweld  John  Campes 

1634.  of  Brentwood. 


2  I 

Henery 

Crompe. 


Anne  ux.  Arther  Marler 
of  Navestock  in  com. 
Essex  gent. 


Henery  Crompe.  Mary.  Sarah.  Ellianor. 


Ctoohc. 

{See  OTalton.) 


Cuimtore. 


Arms. — Argent,  afess  nebule  gules  between  three  eagles  displayed  sable.  [Cudmore.J 


John  Cudmore-p Allice  d.  of  Richard  Comins 
in  the  county  of  Morthard  (?  Morchard) 
of  Devon.  in  com.  Devon. 


Edmond  Cudmore  of  Temple  in  com.=j= Allice  d.  of  Thorne  of  Bishops 


Devon  sonn  &  heire. 


Nimet  (co.  Devon). 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


387 


i  I 

Daniell  Cudmore  son 
&  he  ire  hath  yssue  in 
com.  Devon  at  Loxen- 
borow  (Loxbeare). 


2  I 

Zacharie 
2  sonn 
ob.  s.p. 


John  Cudmore  of  Kel-=pElizabeth  d.  of  Richard 


vedon  &  of  the  Inner 
Temple  counsellor  at 
Law. 


Benion  of  Cockshall 
(Coggeshall)  in  com. 
Essex. 


I 


Bridgett  d.  of  John=j=Thomas  Cudmore 


Sampson  of  Samp¬ 
sons  Hall  in  com. 
Sulf.  1  wiffe. 


of  Kel  vedon  in 
com.  Essex  1634. 


:Dorathey  d.  of  S1'  Tho¬ 
mas  Cecil  of  Kelvedon 
in  com.  Essex  yongest 
brother  of  the  Erie  of 
Exeter. 


Martha  ux. 
Thom.  Lathom 
of  Stifford  Hall 
in  com.  Essex. 


I 

John  Cudmore  obiit  infans. 


I 

Anne  Cudmore  about  a  month  old  a0  1634. 


©arcp, 


Anne  d.  of  Sr  John=Thomas  Darcye  of=p Elizabeth  d.  of  Sr  John 
Munday  of  London  Tolishunt  trigos  al’s  [  Haydon  of  Baconsthorpe 

Knt.  Lord  Maior  Tolshunt  Darcy  in  in  com.  NorfFolk  Knt. 

the  15  of  H.  8,  1522  com.  Essex  esq’r  2  wiffe  relict  Beding- 

1  wiffe.  sonne  &  heire.  ffeld. 


Brian  Darcye  of  Tiptree  in  com.  Essex=^=Bridgett  d.  of  John  Corbett  of  Sproston 
3  sonn  ob.  25  Decemb.  30  Eliz. 


2  r 


in  com.  NorfFolk  esq’r. 


Robert  Darcye  of  Tiptree  in  Much  Braxsted=pElizabeth  d.  of  John  Lucas  of 
in  com.  Essex  2  sonn.  Ramsey  in  com.  Essex. 


1  I 

Thomas  Darcye 
of  Lincolns 
Inn. 


Brian  Darcye  of=pUrsula  d.  of  Will’m  William  3 


5  | 

Edmond. 


Much  Baddow  in 
com.  Essex  1634. 


Wiseman  of  Baddow 
in  com.  Essex.  John  4. 


Ursula. 


388 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Babtitant 


John  Davenant  lived  in  H.  7th  time.^Anne  d.  of  Barnes  of  Essex. 

_ _ I 

Edward  Davenant.=j=.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Bardolffe  of  Hertfordshire. 

_ I 

Will’m  Davenant  of  Davenants-lands=p.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Frere  of 


in  com.  Essex. 


r 


Clare. 


Will’m  Davenant  of  Davenant’s  Lands.=p  Agnes  d.  of  Thomas  Harvey. 

1  |  2]  3]  j 

John  Davenant= Elizabeth.  William  Edward  Temperance  ux.  John  Underwood 
1634.  s.p.  of  Gosfeld  in  com.  Essex. 


Sratu. 

Arms  and  Crest  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

A  confirmation  by  letters  pattents  by  William  Flower  al’s  Norroy  King  of 
Armes  to  William  Deane  of  Soffeld  2  sonn  of  William  Deane  of  Soffeld  2  sonn  of 
William  Deane  the  sonne  &  heire  of  John  Deane  of  Tonworth  in  Billington  in  the 
p’sh  of  Blackborne  in  com.  Lanck  gent,  dated  the  8  of  May  1577. 


Anne  d.  of  Sr  John  Went-=Will’m  Deane  of=j=Anne  d.  of  Tho- 
worth  of  Codham  in  com.  Maplested  in  com.  mas  Egerton  of 
Essex  and  his  coheire  wid-  Essex  sonn  &  heire  Wallegrange  in 
dow  of  Hugh  Rich  &  the  to  his  father  &  com.  Suffolk 
lord  Maltrevers  1  wiffe.  brother  John.  2  wiflfe. 


Sr  John  Deane  of  Maplested=pAnne  d.  of  Sr  Drue  Drury  of  Ridles- 
in  com.  Essex  Knt.  worth  in  com.  Suffolk  Knt. 


I  I 

Rachell.  Anne. 


Sr  Drew  Deane  of=j=Lucey  d.  of  George 
greate  Maplested  in  Baron  Goring  of 
com.  Essex  Knt.  one  Hurstperpoint. 
of  the  Justices  of 
the  peace  in  this 
county  1634. 


2  I 

John 

Deane. 


Anne  ux.  Sr 
Anthony  Wing- 
flfeld  of  Lether- 
ingham  in  com. 
Suffolk  Baronett. 


I  I  I  I 

Elizabeth. 

Dorcas. 

Frances. 

Mildred. 


1  |  2  | 
John  Deane  about  6  yere  old  1634.  Anthony. 


8|  I  .  I 

Drew.  Anne.  Elizabeth 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


389 


©rang. 


Thomas  Dering  of  Harrow  on  the  Hill  com.  Middlesex  born  at  Pluckley  in  Kent.: 


Jheromy  Dering  of=j=Catherin  d.  of  Whorwood  of  Stourton  Oastell 
London.  in  com.  Stafford. 


Thomas  Dering  of  Westbam  in  com.  Essex  a0  1634.=f=Wineffrid  d.  of  John  Upton. 

_ i _ 

I  I  I 

Thomas  Dering  aged  about  19  yeares  1634.  Rachell.  Allice. 


©rurp. 

Sr  John  Drury  of  Tendring  Knt.=p 


John  Drury  of  Tendring  in=.  .  .  .  d.  of  Sr  Thomas  Edon 
com.  Essex  esq’r  1634.  of  Sudbury  in  com.  Suff. 


Brptooolj. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Or,  a  lion  rampant  sable  between  three  acorns  vert. 
[Drywood.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  saltire  engrailed  sable  a  quatrefoil  or. 

Crest. — An  oak  branch  fruded  or.  [Drywood.] 

Arma  sive  Clypeus  gentilitius  reverendi  viri  Georgii  Drywood  de  comitatu 
Essexiae  sacrae  Theologiae  Bacalaurii  et  materno  genere  ex  antiqua  et  celebri  familia 
Midletonionis  de  Midleton  in  com.  Westmorlandise  oriundi.  In  cujus  gratiam  ob 
virtutem  quae  vere  nobilitat  et  scientiae  meritum  quae  professorem  nobilitat  ego 
Guilielmus  Camden  Clarenceux  Rex  armorum  haec  sua  arma  describenda  et  de- 
pingenda  curavi. 

Guilielmus  Camden,  Clarenceux  Rex  Armorum. 


George  Drywood  Bachelor=j=Mary  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Kettridge  of  London  Merchant 
in  divinity  &  rector  of  now  the  relict  of  Sr  Andrew  Astley  of  Shaxtons 
South  Okenden.  in  the  county  of  Essex  Knt. 


George  Drywood  of  Shaxtons  Mary  ux.  Anthony  Top-  Susan  ux.  Thomas  Astley 
in  the  county  of  Essex  now  ham  doctor  in  Divinity  esq’r  sonn  &  heire  of  Sr 
liveing  a0  1634.  &  dean  of  Lincoln.  Andrew  Astley  Knt. 


390 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Gules,  a  chevron  vair  between  three  eagles  displayed  or.  [ 

Crest. — A  greyhound's  head  per  pale  or  and  gules,  collared  azure,  between  tivo  wings 
counterchanged.  [Drywood.] 


John  Drywood  of  Dunton  in  com.  Essex.=j= 


John  Drywood  Thomas  Drywood  of  Warly=pJane  d.  &  heire  of 

of  Dunton.  yongest  son.  ....  Charvell 

(?  Charnell). 


John  Drywood  of  Upminster=pJane  d.  of  Josias  Clarke  of  Wethers- 
in  com.  Essex  1634.  j  ffeld  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


|1  I  2  |  | 

John  Drywood  22  yeres  of  age  a0  1634.  Josias.  Jane.  Susan. 


€Uon, 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  on  a  fess  gules  between  two 
chevrons  azure,  each  charged  uith  three  escallops  of  the 
first,  as  many  garbs  or.  [Edon.]  2.  Azure,  a  sun  in  its 
glory.  [St.  Clere.]  3.  Gules,  a  fess  ermine  between 
three  leopards'  heads  or.  [ 

2.  Edon,  as  before. 

Crest. — A  demi-dragon  vert,  holding  a  slip  of  rose-bush  in  flower  proper.  [Edon.] 


Thomas  Edon  of  Sudbury  in=j=Grizell  eldest  d.  of  Sr  Edward 
com.  Suff.  esqr.  1561  I  Waldegrave  of  the  Anyers  in 

Clarke  of  the  Star  Chamber.  Sudbury  in  com.  Suff.  esqr. 


Elizabeth  d.  &  heire= 
of  Sr  John  St.  Cleere 
of  St.  Tocres  (St. 
Osyth)  in  Essex 
Knt.  1  wiffe. 


=Sr  Thomas  Eden = Mary, 
of  Sudbury  Knt. 
son  &  heire. 


Richard  Edon=Mar°;erett  d.  of 


of  Hanffeld 
(Hanning- 
field)  in  com. 
Essex. 

B 


Peyton  of  Bury 
St.  Edmonds  in 
com.  Suff'. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


391 


A| 


B  I 


Sr  Thomas  Edon=Mary  d.  of  Phillip  Edon=Sarah  d.  of  Fran 


sonn  &  heire  of 
Sr  Thomas. 


Bryan  Darcye 
of  Tiptree 
esqr. 


of  Lincolns 
Inn  in  com. 
Midd.  1634. 


cis  Jenings  al’s 
Marchant  of 
Berkshire. 


Thomas  Eden 
docter  of  the 
civill  law  &  one 
of  the  Masters 
of  the  Chan¬ 
cery  1634. 


Thomas  Edon.  2.  Bichard. 


John.  Phillip  1  d.  Anne. 


I  1 

St.  Cleare  Edon 
of  Ballindon  ob. 
s.p.  1624. 


I  2 

John  Edon  esqr. 
of  Ballindon 
sonn  &  heire. 

Anne. 


Anne  d.  of  .  . 
Harlakenden. 


I 

Robert 

s.p. 


William. 


Elizabeth  ux 
Wentworth  of 
Booking  esqr. 


Roger 


I 


Mary  ux.  Dorathey  1  ux .  Bridgett 

Thorn-  Barrett  2  to  ux.  John 
ton.  Robert  Barington.  Drury. 


Grissell 

ux. 

Moore. 


Penelopy 

& 

Anne. 


fflforrti. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  cross  patee  fitchee  or,  on  a  chief  of  the  last  three  globes  of  the  first. 
[Eldred.] 

Crest. — A  triton  pi-oper  holding  an  escallop  or.  [Eldred.] 

Both  granted  to  John  Eldred  of  Colchester  14  Feb. 

6  Charles  (1630)  by  Sr  R.  S.  George,  Clar. 


Thomas  Eldred  of  Ipswich  in=p Margery  d.  of  . 
com.  Suffolk  marchant.  Stud  of  Ipswich. 


John  Eldred  of  Colchester  somtime  Baliefe  therof=pElizabeth  d.  of  John 


&  one  of  the  justices  of  the  peace  a0  1634. 


Rusham  of  London. 


John  Eldred=Anne  d.  of  Thomas 
ofColchester  Godraan  of  Letherhed 
a0  1634.  in  com.  Surrey. 


I  2 

Edward. 


Mary  ux.  John 
Brande  of  Litle 
Birch  in  com. 
Essex. 


Aquila  ux. 
Edmond 
Thurston  of 
Colchester. 


I  1  I  2  | 

John  Eldred.  Godman  Eldred.  Olivah. 


392 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Arms. — Per  pale  gules  and  vert  an  eagle  displayed  argent,  member ed  or.  [Elistox.] 
Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  an  eagle's  head  gules,  beaked  or.  [Ellistox.] 

Both  granted  to  Joseph  Eliston  by  St.  George  Clar. 


Mathew  Eliston  of  Castell  Hedingham  in  com.  Essex.= 


I 

Mathew  Eliston  of  Castell=rAnne  d.  of  Will’m  Harrington  of  Maplested 


Hedingham. 


Magna  in  com.  Essex. 


Joseph  Elliston  2  sonn  of  Tillingham=pMary  d.  of  Geffrey  Binks 
in  com.  Essex  1634.  of  Tillingham. 


I  I  I 

Joseph  Elliston  4  yeres  old  1634.  Anne.  Mary. 


Clrutjjtrm. 


Edward  Elrington  of  Birchhall  in  com.  Essex 
Treasurer  of  the  Navy. 


Edward  Elrington  of  Birchhall=j=Dorathey  d.  of  Sr  Raffe  Sadleir  Knt.  Banerett  &  a 


in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


privye  Counsell  of  Estate  to  H.  8,  Ed.  6,  &  Q.  Eliza¬ 
beth. 


I  1  I 

Edward  Elrington  of=j=Sibbell  d.  &  coheire  of  Thom.  Haddock  Francis  Elrington 

Birch  Hall  esqr.  of  Buriton  in  com.  Wilts.  (?  Hants.)  2  son  a0  1634. 


Edward  Elrington  of  Birch  Hall=pAnne  d.  of  Sotherton  of  Norwich  sister 


com.  Essex  esqr.  a0  1634. 


of  Sr  Augustin  Sotherton  Knt. 


I  I  I  I  I 

Edward  Elrington  aged  about  Anne.  Frances.  Dorathey.  Mary, 
one  yeare  a0  1634. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


393 


Cltoiffirah. 

Richard  Eltonhead  of  Eltonhead  in  com.  Lanck.=j=Jennet  d.  of  Gerrard  of  Ince. 
_ ] 

Will’m  Eltonhed  of  Eltonhead.=pAnne  d.  of  Bowers  of  Brierley  in  com.  York. 


1  I 

Rich; 


Richard  Eltonhead=i=Anne  d.  of  Edw.  John  Eltonhead  of=j=Elizabeth  d.  of  John 


of  Eltonhead  eldest 
sonn  &  heire. 


Sutton  of  Rush-  the  Midle  Temple 
ton  Spencer  in  counsellor  at  law. 
com.  Stafford. 


A 


Osbaldeston  of  Osbal- 
deston  in  com. 

Lanck. 


William. 


3  |  4  |  | 

Rauffe.  Edward  Eltonhead=j=Anne  d.  of  John  Reynolds  of  Ellinor  ux.  Thomas 


of  Henham  in  com. 
Essex  a0  1634. 


Chesterfford  in  com.  Essex  &  Dabridgcourte  of 
of  the  Inner  Temple.  Stratffeldsay  in  com. 

Hamp. 

n 


i  i  i  i 

Frances.  Anne.  Elizabeth.  Mary.  Susan. 


Note. — According  to  the  Pedigree  of  Eltonhead,  in  the  Vis.  of  Lancashire,  by  Flower,  1567, 
(Chetham  Soc.  1870,)  this  William  was  4th  son  of  Richard. 


€met>>  or 

Clypeus  Gentilitius  sive  Arma  Thomae  Emery  al’s  Amery  de  parva  Badow  in 
comitatu  Essexue  generosi  exemplifficata  singula  sibi  que  hteredibus  posterisque 
suis  confirma  in  perpetuum  gallice  sic  describendum  I  port  Barrey  nebuleux 
Argent  et  Gules  trois  Torteaux  en  la  cheiff  et  pour  son  Tyrubre  sur  un  tortillion 
un  demy  cheval  d’ Argent  la  main  d’or  accollee  Gules  charge  avec  trois  plates  signe 
avec  ma  main  et  soubs  le  seau  de  mon  office  le  xxme  jour  de  Maij  lan  du  Seigneur, 
1628. 

Per  moy  Guillaume  Segar  Jartier  Chevalier  premier  Roy  d’Armes. 

Arms  and  Crest  described  above. 


Thomas  Emery  al’s  Amery  of  Little  Baddow  in  com.  Essex.=j= 


Thomas  Emery  of  Litle  Baddow=pMary  d.  of  Folliott  of 
eldest  sonn.  Oldhall  in  Rayne. 


1  I 

Thomas  Emery  of=j=Jane  d.  of  Bayley 
litle  Baddow  in  of  Wadesmill  in 

com.  Essex  1634.  com.  Hertfford. 


2  Edward.  Mary.  Elizabeth. 

3  Anthony. 


394 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


eberartr* 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Everard  quartering  Cornish  and  Holme,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Richard  Everard  of  Much=pClemence  d.  of  John  Wiseman  of 


Waltham  in  com.  Essex. 


Canffeld  Hall  in  com.  Essex  gent. 


1  I 

Sr  Anthony  Everard 
of  Much  Waltham 
Knt.  /|x 


2  I 

Hugh  Everard  of 
Much  Waltham. 
A 


John  Everard  of=FUrsula  d.  of  Giles 


Much  Baddow  in 
com.  Essex. 


Fleming  of  Baddow 
by  the  sister  &  co- 
heire  of  Benjamyn 
Gonston  of  Badow 
Esq’re. 


Richard  Everard  of  Much  Waltham  &=Anne  d.  of  Sr  Henry  Clovile  of  West 
Much  Baddow  in  com.  Essex.  Haningffeld  in  com.  Essex  Knt. 


€htrarh. 

(No.  2.) 


Arms  of  Everard  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Everard.=j= 

-  L 


1 1 

Thomas  Everard  of  Mashbury=p 
in  com.  Essex. 


Richard  Everard  of  Much 
Waltham  yonger  sonn. 


William  Everard  of  Mashbury.=pMargerett. 


Raffe  Everard  of=pElizabeth  d.  of  Sharpe  by  the  d.  of 


Mashbury. 


Mallory  of  Papworth. 


I 


Raffe  Everard  of  Mash-=pDorathey  d.  of  Thomas  Fiske  of 
bury  1634.  Rendham  in  com.  Suffolk. 


Thomas  Everard  Raffe  2.  Richard  4.  Elizabeth  ux.  John  Dorathey.  Mary 
about  20  yeare  —  —  Maydstoneof  Box-  —  & 

old  1634,  Hugh  3.  William  5.  sted  in  com.  Essex.  Anne.  Margerett. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


395 


CimatO. 

(No.  3.) 

Arms  of  Everard. — Same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Crest. — Same  as  in  that  Vis. 

Confirmed  under  the  hand  of  Will’m  Harvey  al’s  Clarencenlx  King  of  Armes  & 
Clarenceulx  Cooke. 


Richard  Everard  of=pMary  d.  of  Thom = John  Gooday 


Waltham  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex  sonn  &  heire  of 
Richard. 


Wood  of  Little 
Raynes  in  com. 
Essex. 


of  Braintree 
in  Essex  gent. 


Richard  Everard  of  Waltham 
in  com.  Essex  esq’re. 


p’sh=j=Clemence  d.  of  John  Wiseman 
of  Canfield  in  com.  Essex. 


1  |  3  |  4  | 

Sr  Anthony  Everard  Hugh  =pMary  d.  of  Thom  John  Everard  of=Ursula  d. 
of  Waltham  in  com.  Everard.  Bond  of  Much  Much  Baddowin  of  Gyles 
Essex  Knt.  Hormead  in  com.  com.  Essex.  Fleming. 

Hertfford  (or 
Much  Homdon 

_ co.  Essex). 


Sr  Richard  Everard  of  Much  Waltham  Baronett=f=Joane  d.  of  Sr  Francis  Barington 


sonn  '&  heire 


Knt.  &  baronett. 


Richard  Everard  about  Barington  Robert.  Joane.  Anne.  Frances. 
10  yere  old  1634.  Everard. 


JFarr. 


Arms. — Gales,  a  saltire  or,  cotised  argent,  between  four  fleurs  de  lis  of  the  last. 

[Farr.] 

W alter]Farr  of  Greate  Bursted.=j=Friswith  d.  of  Slyffeld  of  Surrey. 


|1  III 

Richard  Farr  of=Ursula  d.  of  2.  Henery. 


Eastwood  in 
com.  Essex. 


Thomas 
Moore  of 
Suffolk. 


3.  Walter. 


Benjamin  Farr=Elizabeth  d. 
yongest  son.  of ...  . 

Johnsonn. 


4.  Samwell. 


B 


396 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


A| 


B  I 


Thomas 
ob.  s.p. 


Henery  Farre  of  Greate=j=Prudence  d. 
Bursted  com.  Essex.  of  Flint. 


I  1 

Walter=Catherin  d. 
Farre.  of  Cliff. 


I  2 

Benjamin 

Farre. 


Susan  d.  of=j=Henery  Far  of  Gfreate=Anne  d.  of  Charles  Charles. 


I 


Richard 
Colston 
1  wiffe. 


Bursted  Captaine  of 
the  traine  band. 


Pratt  of  Nelmes 
in  com.  Essex 
2  wiffe. 


Mary  ux.  Tho¬ 
mas  Harte  of 
....  in  com. 
Middlesex. 


I 

Elizabeth. 


JftlUaU,  dfiltoU. 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Filleall  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Richard  Filioll  de  old  Hall  in  com.  Essex=pMary  d.  &  heire  of  .John 


esqr.  brother  of  S1'  Will.  Fillioll  de 
Langton  wash  in  com.  Dorsett. 


John  Filioll  de  old  Hall  in  Rayne: 
in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


Downham  de  old  Hall 
in  com.  Essex. 


Catherine  Bridges 
his  wife. 


Elizabeth  d.  of  Bonham  of  Brad well=p  John  Filioll  of  old  Hall  in=j=Jane  d.  of 


juxta  Cogshall  in  com.  Essex 
1  wiffe. 


Rayne  in  com.  Essex. 


Browne  2  wiffe. 


Anthony  Filiolh 
of  old  Hall  in 
Rayne  esqr. 


:Dorathey  d.  of  Thomas 
Wilson  of  Jenkins  in 
Booking. 


Margarett 
uxor  Tho¬ 
mas  Tirrell. 


John.  Weston.  Arthure. 


I  1 

Anthony  Filioll  of 
old  hall  in  the  p’ish 
of  Rayne  1634  mort 
sans  issu. 


I  2 

John 

Fil¬ 

ioll. 


James  3.  Charles  5. 
William  4. 


Susan 

mort 

sans 

issu. 


Dorothy 
nupt. 
Boosey 
de  Essex. 


Eliza¬ 

beth. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


397 


ffittlj. 


Abus. — As  in  Shield  No.  1  under  Fitch  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Chest. — Same  as  No.  2  [Corxwalles]  under  Fitch  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Thomas  Fytch  of  Lyndsell=j=Ellinor  vel  Allice  d.  &  sole  heire  of 


in  com.  Essex. 


Robert  Alger  of  Brasenhead. 


I  1 

Robert  Fytch  of 
Brasenhead  (in 
Lindsell). 

* 


Ellen 

wiffe. 


I  2 

l=pWuFm  Fitch  of  Little=pAnne  d.  of  John 


Canfield  in  com.  Essex. 


Wiseman  of 
Stisted  2  w’ffe. 


I 

Thomas 

Fytch. 


I  1 

Sr  Francis  Fytch  of 
Ramesdon  &  of 
Little  Canfield 
ob.  s.p. 


Ellenor  1  nx.  Robt.  Greene 
of  Stanfford  2  to  Francis 
Mannock  of  Stoke  Nay- 
land  in  com.  Suffolk. 


Thomas  Fytch= Agnes  d.  of  John 


of  Barking. 


Wiseman  of 
Canfield  in  com. 
Essex  esqre. 


S1  Wiil’m  Fytch  of  GamettSnpDorathey  d.  of  Sr  Charles 


I 


(in  High  Easter;  in  com. 
Essex. 


Cornwallis  Knt.  Treasurer 
to  prince  Henery. 


. .  ux.  Henery  Glas¬ 
cock  of  Farnham  in 
com.  Essex. 


Charles  Fytch 
about  9  yere 
old  1634. 


I 

Elizabeth  ux.  Christopher 
Rowse  eldest  sonn  of  Sr 
John  Rowse  of  Henham  in 
com.  Suffolk  Knt. 


I  I  I 

Dorathey.  Barbara  Catherin. 


Jflemtns. 


Thomas  Fleming.=p 


Giles  Fleming  of  W arley  Place^=Catherin  eldest  d.  of  Paule 
in  com.  Essex.  *  Claybrooke  in  com.  Cantra. 


I  1 


I  2 


"I 


Captain  Wiil’m  Giles  Fleminge  of  Warley=rSusan  d.  of  Giles  ob. 
Fleming.  Place  in  com.  Essex.  I  Sturtivant.  s.p. 

A 


S  y. 


398 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


I  1 

Captain  John= 
Fleming  of 
Warley  Place 
in  com.  Essex 
1634. 


:Mary  d.  of  Ralph  Lathom 
of  Upminster  in  com. 
Essex  comon  sergeant 
of  London. 


A| 

I  7  |  2 

Sarah  Edmond 
died  Fleming, 
s.p. 


Anne  ux.  Nathan 
Wright  of  Lon¬ 
don  marchant. 


Mary  died  an  infant. 


|  2  8  | 

Susan  ux.  Samuell  Mary  ob. 
Ferrers  of  ...  .  virgin, 
in  com.  Berks. 


|  4  |  5 

Catherin  ob.  s.p. 
Elizabeth  s.p. 


I  6 

Martha  ux.  Thom. 
Clee  of  London. 


I  3 

Abursall 
yongest  d. 
&  unmarid. 


jfmtcscue. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  bend  engrailed  argent,  cotised  or.  [Fortescue.] 


John  Fortescue  sonn  of  John=j=Allice  d.  of  John  Mongomery= Robert 


Fortescue  of  Ponnsborow 
(?  Punsbourne)  in  com. 
Hertfford. 


sister  &  heire  of  Sr  Thomas 
Montgomery  of  Faulkborne 
in  com.  Essex  Knt. 


Langley. 


Henery  Fortescue  of  Falborne  (Faulkborne)=p.  ...  d.  of ...  . 
in  com.  Essex  esqr.  Inquisit.  *  Stafford. 


Francis  Fortescue=p. 


of  Falborne. 


of 


d.  &  heire  of  ...  .  Ford 
.  .  in  com.  Sussex. 


Edmond  Fortescue=pElizabeth  d.  of  Sr  Edmond 
of  Falborne  esq.  I  Hudlestone  Knt. 


John  Fortescue  of=j=Catherin  d.  of  Sr  George  Elizabeth  ux.  Micaleir 
Falborne  in  Essex  Phillipott  of  com.  an  Italian, 

esqr.  Southampton  knt. 


William  18  yeare  old.  Judith.  Lucy. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


399 


dfranfee. 


See  commencement  of  this  Pedigree  post,  given  from  Harl.  MS.  1541. 

Thomas  Franke  of  Hatfeld  Regis  al’s=pAnne  d.  of  Will’m  Hawkins 
Hatffeld  Bradock  A0  4°  H.  8.  grand-  of  London  the  Kings  mar- 
child  of  Sr  Will’m  Franke  of  Cornwall,  chant  &  his  coheire. 


I  I 

Thomas  Frank  of  Hatffeild  Regis  esq’r.— Mary  John. 
Justice  of  the  peace  &  Quorum  com.  Essex,  d.  of 


3  I 

Francis  Franke  of=p 
Hatffeld  Bradock. 


Richard  Franke=pAnne  d.  &  co- 
of  Hatfeld  Regis  heireofThom 
one  justices  of  Leventhorpe 

Robert 

s.p. 

3  sonn. 

Thomas= 

Franke 

p  Arther  =p 
Franke.  j 

Nicholes=p 

Frank. 

the  peace  com. 
Essex. 

of  Albury  in 
com.  Hertfford 
esq’r. 

1 

Thomas 
ob.  s.p. 

1 

Richard 

Frank. 

Captaine 

Thomas 

Franke. 

2| 
Richard 
Franke. 


Susan  d.  of=Sr  Leventhorpe=Lucey  d.  S' 


Sr  Thomas 
Cotele  of 
London 
Knt. 

1  wiffe. 


Franke  of  Hat¬ 
feld  Regis 
1634. 


St. 
John  of 
Tregoze 
Lidiard 
com.  Wilts 
relict  Sr 
Allan  Aps- 
ley  Knt. 


Anne  ux.  Ed¬ 
mond  Ran- 
dolffe  of  Ailes- 
fford  in  com. 
Kent.  2.  to 
Manwaring  of 
Cheshire. 


Dorathey  ux. 
Edmond 
Chamberlaine 
of  Stratton 
Audley  in 
com.  Oxon. 
esq’r. 


1  |  2  | 
Susan  eldest  d.  ux.  Henery  Wilfford  Anne, 
of  Quendon  com.  Essex  esq’r. 


3  I 

Mary. 


4  I 

Frances. 


Dorathey. 


dfmmait. 

Arms. — Argent,  on  a  pale  azure  three  lozenges  of  the  first.  [Freeman.] 

Crest. — A  demi-lion  rampant  gules  charged  on  the  shoulder  with  three  lozenges  in 
fess  ar.  [Freeman.] 

(Both  granted  by  Segar  to  Sir  Richard  Freeman.) 

John  Freeman  of  Bromffeld  in  com.  Essex.=p 


Richard  Freeman  of  Bromffeld=p  Allice  d.  of  Robert  Ohan  vulgo  Ofiin 
servant  to  Q.  Elizabeth.  I  of  Badow  in  com.  Essex. 


400 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


A| 


1  I 

Bridgett  widdow  of=j=Richard  Freeman  of  Guy = Judith  d.  of=  Richard  Browne 


Staines  doctor  of 
the  civill  law. 

2  wiff. 


Harlings  in  Chelmsford 
in  com.  Essex  1634. 


Richard  Cot¬ 
ton  of  Horn¬ 
church  in 
com.  Essex. 


of  Chelmsforde. 
1  husband. 


1  I 

John  Freeman  of  the  Middle  Temple 
about  23  yeare  old  1634. 


2| 

Richard  Freeman 
Mr  of  Artes. 


Thomas. 


2  I 

Robert  Freeman 
of  Hornechurch. 

A 


Thomas  Freeman  of=f=Penolapy  nece  to  Sr  Richard  Clarke  of 


Chelmsford  eschea- 
tor  for  the  county  of 
Essex. 


the  greene  cloth  &  d.  of  Richard  Browne 
by  Judith  d.  of  Richard  Cotton  of 
Hornechurch. 


Thomas  Freeman.  Richard  Freeman. 
(Part  of  this  Pedigree  is  also  entered  at  fol.  179  of  the  MS.) 


Sxttx. 

Arms  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


John  Freere  of  Clare  in  com.=j=Anne  d.  of  Herralde  of  Belchampe 
Suff.  son  &  heire  of  John.  St.  Paule  in  Essex. 


Will’m  Freere~Susan  d.  of 
of  Clare  son  &  ....  Crofts 
heire.  of  Bardwell 

in  com.  Suff. 
esq’r. 


Frances  ux. 
Richard 
Dutton  of 
Stansted 
com.  Suff. 


2  I 

John  Freere- 
of  Belchamp 
St.  Paule  in 
com.  Essex 
gent.  2  sonn. 


Elizabeth 
eldest  d.  of 
Thomas 
Crochrood 


M  argarett 
ux.  Will’m 
Newman  of 
of  Cornard 


of  Topisffeld  in  com.  Sufi, 
in  com. Essex. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Jeromy  Wilson 
of  London. 

Hester  ux.Tho. 
Cock  of  Caven¬ 
dish  in  com. 
Suff. 


Anne  ux.  Andrew  John  Freere=j=A  nne  d.  of  Edward  2  John 


Turner  of  Stoke  of  Clare. 
Clare  phissition 

Susan  ux.  George 
Baskervile. 


John 

son  &  — 

Freere  of 

heire  of  3  Thomas. 

Belchamp 

John 

com. 

a0  1634. 

Essex. 

Susan  only  dau.  aged  about  10  yeares. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


401 


jfresljtoater. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  fess  between  two  trouts  argent.  [Freshwater.] 

Crest. —  Two  trouts  in  sat  the,  heads  downwards  proper ,  enfiled  by  a  ducal  coronet  or. 
[Freshwater.] 


Richard  Freshwater 
of  Heybridge. 


:Margery  d.  of  Sr  Henry 
Tirrell  of  Heron  Knt. 


I 


1  I 

Richard  John  Freshwater  of  Heybridge=j=Mary  d.  of  John  Crochrode 
ob.  s.p.  hall  in  com.  Essex.  of  ....  in  com.  Essex. 


Richard  Freshwater=i=Bridgett  d.  of  John 
of  Heybridge  hall  Brand  of  Boxfford 
in  com.  Essex.  in  com.  Suffolk. 


2  |  3  |  | 

Edward.  John  Thomas  Freshwater 
ob.  s.p.  of  Lincoln’s  Inn  & 
/[v  of  Booking  in  com. 

Essex. 


1  I 

John  Freshwater 
of  Heybridge 
hall  in  com.  Es¬ 
sex  1634. 


^Elizabeth  d.  of 
John  Wiseman 
of  Stisted  in 
com.  Essex  Esqr. 


Richard  mar. 
Margerett  d.  of 
Worship. 


3  I 

Thomas. 


Edward  Fresh¬ 
water  of  Lincoln’s 
Inn  Barister. 


1  I  2  I  3  |  4  |  |  | 

Richard  Freshwater  about  John.  Thomas.  Isaack.  Mary.  Elizabeth. 
12  yere  old  1634. 


JFultoer. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  three  bars  and  a  canton  gules.  [Fulwer  or 
Fuller.]  2  and  3.  Too  imperfect  for  description. 


Thomas  Fulwer  of  Newhall  in=f= 
Shepey  in  Kent. 


Nicholas  Fulwer  of  London.=p.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Standish  of  Duxbury  in  com.  Lane. 


John  Fulwer  of  London.=f.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Cripps. 
A| 


402 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Aj 


Francis  Fulwcr  of  Beehive  in  com.  Essex  Barbara  ux.  Henry  Osbaldeston  of 
one  of  the  justices  of  peace,  1634.  Standon  in  com.  Hertford. 


Barbara,  ux. 
Hen.  Ayscough 
of  Grays  Inn. 


Francis  Osbaldeston 
1634  mar.  Alice  d. 
of  Richard  Barnard 
esq’r. 


Henery. 


Anne  ux. 
Samwell 
Haughton 
of  London. 


T 


Elizabeth  ux.  Arther 
Newman  of  Rick- 
mondsworth  in  com. 
Hertfford. 


©arbtner. 


Arms. — Or,  a  chevron  gules  between  three  griffins'  heads  eiased  azure.  [Gardiner.] 


John  Gardiner  of  Greate  Missenden  in  com.  Buck.: 


Robert  Gardiner  of  Greate  Missenden.=p 

_ I 

Thomas  Gardiner  of  Greate  Missenden=pCatherin  d.  of  Den  bow 


&  London  grocer  &  Alderman. 


Sr  Thomas  Gardiner 
of  Tollesbury  in  com. 
Essex  Knt.  1634 
hath  no  yssue. 


(?  Benbow). 


Christopher  Gardiner=j=Jane  d.  of  John 
of  Tinhead  (?  Tils-  Topp  of  Stockton 
head)  in  com.  Wilts,  in  com.  Wilts. 
1634. 


Jeromy  Gardiner 
of  London. 


1  i 

Frances  Gardiner=FTimothey  d. 

2  I 

Thomas 

1  1 

3.  Richard. 

1 

Anne  ux. 

1 

Mary 

of  Tollesbury  in 

of  Sr  Henry 

Gardiner 

— 

Roger 

ux. 

com.  Essex  heire 

Bokenham  of 

of  Salis- 

4.  Christopher. 

Clavell  of 

Thomas 

aparant  to  S1' 

Thornham  in 

bury. 

Steeple 

Dowse. 

Thom. 

com.  Suffolk 

/K 

in  Pur- 

Knt. 

beck. 

1 

Thomas  Gardiner  about  6  yeres  1634. 


Francis. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


403 


Garfoot. 

Arms. — Sable,  a  bend  between  six  goats  salient  argent ,  attired  or  [Garfoot],  impal¬ 
ing  quarterly  sable  and  gules,  in  the  first  and  fourth  a  hawk  argent,  belled  and 
beaked  or,  in  the  third  and  fourth  three  hawks'  heads  erased  of  the  last. 
[  ] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  sable  a  goat's  head  argent,  attired  or.  [Garfoot.] 


Robert  Garfforth  al’s  Garfforde  of=p 
Newton  in  com.  Yorke. 


Anthony  Garfforte  of  Newton.=f=Mabell  d.  of  Martindale  of  the  com.  Yorke. 


Will’m  Garffote  of  Hyde  ( ?  in  Ingatestone)=pSusan  d.  of  Boulton 
in  com.  Essex  1634.  of  London. 


Robert 

Garffoote. 


Thornes  Garffoote=pAnne  d.  of  . 


21  yeare  old. 


Haydon. 


Will’m  Garffoote  of  the  Anthony.  Mary. 
Inner  Temple.  — 

Walter. 


Anne. 


#ent. 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Gent  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Will’m  Gent  of  ...  .  sup’stes  a0  6  E.  4.=pJoane  d.  &  heire  of  Win.  Moyne. 
_ ] 

Will’m  Gent.=p.  .  .  .  d.  &  heire  of  ...  .  Carr  of  Thurlow  in  com.  Suffolk. 

_ 


Thomas  Gent  Baron  of  the  exchequer.-pElizabeth  d.  &  sole  heire  of  John  Swallow. 


Henery  Gent  of  Steeple=j=Dorathey  d.  of  Sr  John  Dalston  of  Dalston  in  com. 
Bumsted  Justice  of  the  Cumberland  Knt.  by  Anne  d.  &  coheire  of  Thomas 
peace  in  com.  Essex  Esq’r  Tirrell  of  Birdbrooke  in  com.  Essex  &  Becknams  in  Kent. 
1634. 


A 


404 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


A| 


1  I 

Thomas  Gent 
barrister  of 
Lincons  Inn. 


George  =  Elizabeth  d.  of  Richard  John  Gent 
Gent  now  Hale  of  Tewing  in  com.  Minister  of 
living  Hertfford.  Birdbrooke 

1634.  in  com.  Essex 


4| 

Henery. 


Nicholas 

& 

William  6. 


Frances  ux. 

Devereux 

Tallakern. 


2|  I 

Dorathey 

& 

Anne  3. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Henry 
Young  Minister  of 
Meesdon  in  com. 
Hertiford. 


Hanna  ux.  Thomas 
Baggeley  of  London 
Mr  Glasier  to  King 
Charles. 


#eti)tn. 

Akms. — Azure r  a  buck  salient  argent,  crowned  or.  [Gethin.] 

Thomas  Gethin  of  Shrewsbury  descended  of  the=pMargery  d.  of  . 


family  of  Gethins  of  Brecknock  went  to  Bullen 
w’th  H.  8  &  was  there  slayne. 


Medcalffe  of  Essex. 


I  1 

Thomas  Gethin=pAnne  d.  &  sole  heire  of  Henery  Tryon 


of  Danbury  in 
com.  Essex. 


born  in  Brinks  nigh  Bruxells  in 
Flanders. 


I 

Allice  ux. 
Johnsonn 
of  London. 


1 1 

1  2 

1 

Thomas  Gethin= 

=Susan  d.  of  John 

George= 

=Winiffred  d.  of 

Walter= 

of  Margerett 

Aylettof  Machyn 

Gethin 

....  CrayfiFord 

Gethin 

Rowdon  (Ro- 

(Matching)  in 

of  Bawds 

of 

ding)  com. 

Essex. 

Essex. 

com.  Essex. 

Burnt- 

wood. 

Thomas  Gethin 
20  yere  old 
1634. 


2.  Walter.  Anne. 


I  I 


I  I 


=.  .  .  .  d.  of 
Thomas 
Greene  of 
Burntwood 
(Brent¬ 
wood). 

TT 


Craff'ord  1.  Elizabeth.  1.  George. 


3.  Robert. 


Eliza¬ 

beth. 

Jane. 


Tryair2: — -  Mathew.  2.  Walter. 

Mary.  Thomasin. 

Winiffred. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


405 


Vide  the  Armes  in  Cla.  Cooks  booke  of  Graunts. 

John  Gibbes  of  Bishops  Storfford=j=Margery  Mungey 


(Stortford)  in  com.  Hertford. 


(?  Mingey). 


Edmond  Gibbes=pElizabeth  d.  of 
of  Storfford.  ....  Tiffin. 


John  Gibbs. = Jane  Holgate. 


James  Gibbes  of  Farnham=j=Anne  d.  of  Henry  Glascock 


in  com.  Essex,  a0  1634. 


of  Farnham. 


n  ;  '  ;  i  i 

Ignatius  Gibbs  aged  about  5  yeares  1634.  Elizabeth.  Anne. 


Arms. — Argent,  on  a  chevron  between  three  leopards'  faces  azure  as  many  roses  of  the 
field.  [Gilbert.] 

*  William  Gilbert=f  Jane  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Wingffeld  of  Brantham 


of  Colchester. 

in  com.  Suffolk. 

|  1 

1  2 

1  4 

Elizabeth  d.  of 

William  Gilbert  docter  of 

Hierom 

William  Gilbert  of= 

physick  &  phissition  to 

Q.  Elizabeth  ob.  s.p. 

Gilbert. 

Colchester  procter 
of  the  Arches,  1634. 

Mathew  Stephens 
of  Colchester. 

I  3 

Ambrose=j=Jane  d.  of 
Gilbert.  William. 


Anne  ux.  Wm. 
Smyth  of  Peper 
Harrow  in  com. 
Surrey. 


I  1 

Ambrose 

Gilbert. 


Will’m  Gilbert  doc  ter 
in  divinity. 


Elizabeth  ux.  John  Prudence  ux. 
Jones  of  com.  Gloster  Anthony 
&  hath  issue  Gilbert  Millington. 
Jones.  =r 

_ ! 

Gilbert  Millington  of  Frily  (?  Beleigh) 
Abbay  esqr.  &  John  2  sonn. 


*  ?  Jerom.  See  ;  Hist,  of  Essex  ’  (1770),  vol.  vi..  p.  315. 


406 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


©lastocfe- 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Ermine,  on  a  chevron  sable  between  three  cocks  azure  a  bezant.  [Glascock.] 
Crest. — An  antelope's  head  argent ,  attired  or,  collared  sable.  [Glascock.] 

Will’m  Glascock  of  Bovinger  (Bobbingworth)  in  com.  Essex. 
_  ~r 


Will’m  Glascock  of  High=p  Allice  d.  of  Greene  of  Nave  stock 
Easter,  co.  Essex.  Hill  co.  Essex. 


|  |  2  |  3 

William  Glascock  of  Felstedbury=pFortune  d.  of  .  .  .  .  John.  Robert. 
&  of  High  Easter.  Downes  of  Suffolk. 


|1  I  2  I  II 

Will’m  Glascock  of  Hayrons  John.  Fortune  ux.  Geffrey  Frances.  Elizabeth, 
in  High  Easter,  1634.  Watts  of  Essex. 


#Iastocfe. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms  and  Crest  same  as  in  the  last  pedigree. 
John  Glascock  of  High  Easter  in  com.  Essex.=p 


Henry  Glascock  of  High=pGrace  d.  of  John  Ennew 
Easter  Parsonage.  of  Coggeshall. 


Henery  Glascock  of  Harte  Shewbery=pMargery  sister  of 


(Hartishobury;  in  Farnham  in  com. 
Essex  a0  1634. 


S>'  Will’m  Fitch 
Knt. 


Grace  ux.  John  Wright 
of  Brooke  Streete. 


1  I 

Will’m  Glascock 
aged  about  24 
yeares. 


2  Edward 
Glascock. 

3  Thomas 
Glascock. 


Anne  ux.  James 
Gibbs  of  Wick¬ 
ham  Hall  in  com. 
Essex  gent. 


I 

Glace  ux. 
Edmond 
Slaughter 
of  London. 


If  I 

Emelyn. 


I  I 

Mary. 


Sara.  Dorathey. 
Elizabeth. 


Will’m  Glascock  ofe=Elizabeth  d.  of  John  Burton  of  Bourne  in 


Aldham  in  com. 
Essex  gent,  a0 1 634. 


com.  Sussex  by  the  d.  of  Mr  Capell  of 
Hadham  in  com.  Hertfford. 


I 

Ignatius  Glascock 
of  High  Easter  in 
com.  Essex  1634. 


I 


Will’m  Glascock  only  sonn  &  heire  aparent  aged  about  17  yeares  1634, 
now  in  the  University  of  Oxfford. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


407 


Arms. — Azure ,  two  long  boivs  or  in  saltire,  a  crescent  for  difference  [Godbold,  granted 
1590],  impaling  quarterly — 1.  Sams.  2.  Averill.  3.  Crochrode.  4. 
Gules,  a  griffin  segreant  argent.  [ 


Will’m  Godbold  of  West-hall=j=.  .  .  .  d.  of .  . 
in  com.  Suffolk.  Debden. 


1  I 

....  Godbold  of 
Westhall  in  com. 
Suffolk. 


Richard  Godbold=j=Bridgett  eldest  d.  of  Gregory  Pratt 
of  Swaffham  in  of  Riston  in  Norff.  esq’r  justice  of 
com.  Norff.  peace. 


John  Godbold  of=pMary  eldest  d.  & 


Hatfield  Peverell 
in  com.  Essex 
1634. 


colieire  of  Anthony 
Sams  of  Hatffeld 
Peverell  in  com. 
Essex. 


I  |  2  | 

Anthony  Godbold  John  Godbold. 
about  a  yere  &  a 
halffe  old  1634. 


Elizabeth  ux.  John 
Thurston  of  Hoxne 
in  com.  Sulfolk 
esq’r  justice  of  peace. 

Susan  ux.  Thom. 
Crochrode  of  Topes- 
ffeld  in  com.  Essex. 


Frances  ux.  Jasper 
Blake  of ....  in 
com.  Norff. 

Jane  ux.  John  Gar¬ 
diner  Councellor  at 
law. 


#tmson. 

(See  Brofonf,  No.  2.) 


408 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


(docititiap,  ©ofltiap* 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Gooday  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

T/res  pattents  granted  to  Richard  Goodday  of  Ketle  Baston  in  com.  Suff.  by 
Sr  Wm.  Dethick  Garter  &  Mr  Camden  Clar.  A0  42  Elizabeth. 


Roger  Gooday  of  Pentlowe=j=Ursula  d.  &  coheire  of 


in  com.  Essex. 

Baldwin  Payne. 

1  | 

2  I 

3  1 

1  1  1  1  1 

Arthar  Gooday 

Will’m  Gooday 

Roger  Gooday= 

= Dora  they  d.  of 

1  Mary. 

of  Higham 

of  London 

of  Higham 

Knighton  of 

— 

Ferrers  in  com. 

grocer  &  free 

Ferrers  in 

Artie  borough 

2  Susan. 

Northampton 

of  themarchant 

com.  North- 

(Irtling- 

— 

esq’r  justice  of 

talors 

ampton. 

borough)  in 

3  Frances. 

the  peace  & 

com.  Northton. 

— 

quorum. 

4  Bridgett. 

5  Elizabeth. 

4  I 

Lydia  d.  of  .  .  .  .^Richard  Gooday=.  .  .  .  d.  of . . . . 
Cranffeld  of  of  Pentlowe  in  Gardiner  of 

Essex.  1  wiffe.  com.  Essex  1634.  com.  Suflf. 

2  wiffe. 


Christopher  Gooday  Roger, 
of  Bernard’s  Inn  — 
in  London.  John. 

s.p. 


Lydia  only  d.  aged  about  4  yeares 


(Sougf). 


Hugh  Gough  of  Alcanings  in  com.  Wilts.=j=Jane  d.  of  Clifford. 


2  I 

Will'm  Gough  of  Bromffeldn=Alice  d.  of  Christopher  Hanworth 
in  com.  Essex.  (?  Haworth)  of  Maldon  in  com.  Essex. 


William  Gough  Frances.  2  Robert.  John.  Susan. 
13  yeares  old  1634.  —  — 

Jane.  3  Christopher. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


409 


(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Azure,  three  bucks  trippant  or,  in  middle  chief  a  trejoil  slipped  azure,  charged 
with  a  crescent.  [Greene.] 


John  Greene  of  Naves tock=j=Catherin  d.  of  John  Wright  of 
Hall  in  com.  Essex.  Brooke  street  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Greene  of  London  haberdasher 
on  London  Bridge  father  of  Judge 
Greene  of  Guildhall. 

4- 


Reignald  Greene 
of  London. 

4> 


Parnell  ux.  Bar¬ 
tholomew  Partridge 
of  Navestock. 


1  I 

John 

Greene. 

4 


Richard  Greene.  Robert  Greene  of=j=Frideswold  d.  of  M  .  .  .  .  Wright 

A-  Navestock  Hall  in  of  Debden  nigh  Malden  in  com. 

com.  Essex.  Essex. 


1  I 

John  Greene  of=pAgnes  d.  of  Hunte 


2  I 

Robert. 


Shelley  in  com. 
Essex  1634. 


of  Totham  in  com. 
Essex. 


3  |  4  | 

John  Greene  of  London  Edward. 
Bridge  Haberdasher. 


I  I 

John  Greene  aboute 

II  yere  old  1634. 


2  I 

Robert  Greene. 


1  I 

Anne. 


2  I  3  |  4  | 

Catherin.  Frideswold.  Mary. 


<@mne. 

(No.  2.) 

Vide  Vis.  of  London. 

Arms  as  in  the  last  Pedigree. 

John  Greene  of  Navestock  in  com.  Essex.=p 

_ I 


Richard  Greene  of  Epping=p 
second  sonn. 


Thomas  Greene  of  Londorn 
a  yonger  sonn. 


I 

John  Greene  judge  of  the  Shreeves  court  in  London. 


3  G 


410 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


u _ 

Thomas  Greene  of  London  Clothworker.=pAnne  d.  of  Spencer. 

_ I 

John  Greene  of  Witham  in=pMary  d.  of  Thomas  Rampsall  of 
com.  Essex  a0  1634.  j  Much  Braxsted  in  com.  Essex. 

if  i  i 

John  Greene.  Mary.  Anne. 


Robert  lord  Abbott  of  Bardesey=p 
in  com.  Carnarvon. 


John  yonger  brother  auncestor  to  Sr 
Richard  Win  (Wynn)  of  Gwider. 


2  |  1  | 
Richard  second  sonn=p.  .  .  .  sister  of  John  Griffith  Vaughan  David. 


of  Robert. 


of  Llan  in  com.  Carnarvon. 


.  .  .  .  Griffith  of  Carnarvonshire.=f=Ellen. 


Thomas  Griffith  of  Aythorpe=pMargerett  d.  of  Nicholas 
Rothing  in  com.  Essex.  Carweden  (Carwardine). 


Martha  d.  of  Raffe=pJohn  Griffith  of  Mai- = Elizabeth  d.  of  John  Everley  of  Pagel- 
Stevens.  I  don  Phisitian.  sham  in  com.  Essex,  2  wiffe  by  the  d. 

i  of  Vere. 


Edward  Griffith. 


#rtmston. 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  six — a.s  first  shield  of  Grimston  in  Vis.  of  1612,  but  without 
any  difference,  and  bearing  the  Arms  of  Ulster. 


. d.  of . Stirrop- 

Marchant  of  Ipswich  widdow 
of  ...  .  Hall  1  wiffe. 


:Edward  Grymston  of  Rishangles  in- 
com.  Suffolk  taken  prisoner  at  loss 
of  Callice  &  comptroller. 


A 


B 


411 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


Aj 


B  I 


Edward  Grimston  of=pJoane  2  d.  &  co- 


Bradfield  in  com. 
Essex  died  a0  1610 
Regis  Jacobi. 


heire  of  Thom. 
Risby  of  Laven- 
ham  in  com. 
Suffolk. 


Wiil’m  Grim-=Beatrix  d.  of  Thomas 
stone  6  sonn  Felton  of  Playford  &  wid- 
of  Edw.  dow  of  Thom.  Colby  of 

Brandish. 


Sr  Harbottell  Grimston  of  Bradfeild  Knt.  &  Baronett=pElizabeth  d.  of  Ralph 


modo  vivens  one  of  the  justices  of  peace  for  this 
county. 

Copin ger  of  Stoke  in 
com.  Kent  esq’r. 

1  1 

Edwardp 

Grim¬ 

ston. 

2  i 

pMagdalen  2  Harbottle  Grimston= 
d.  of  Tho.  heire  after  the  deth 

Marsham.  of  his  brother. 

pMary  d.  of  Sr  George  Crooke  of 
Water  stock  in  com.  Oxon  one  of 
the  judges  of  common  pleas  &  now 
of  the  king’s  bench. 

Edward  ob.  yong.  Elizabeth  ob.  young.  George  Grimston. 

Elizabeth  ux.  Christopher  Harris  esq’r  sonn  &  heire  of  Sr 
Will’m  Harris  of  Shenfeld  in  Essex  Knt. 

~r 


Christopher  Harris.  Elizabeth.  Frances. 


Arms. — Vaire  or  and  azure,  a  canton  ermine.  [Gynes.] 


William  Gynes  of 


in  com.  Essex.=p 

_ 


ticha 


Richard  Gynes  of  Much1 
Lees  in  com.  Essex. 


:Lucy  d.  of  Thom.  Carew  of 
Navestock  in  com.  Essex. 


Mary  d.  of  Leonard  Bradshaw=pThomas  Gynes  of  Much=Anne  d.  of  Browne  of 
of  London  grocer  1  wiffe.  Lees  in  com.  Essex.  Witham  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Gynes  12  yere  old  1634. 


2  I 

Richard. 


3  I 

Samwell. 


412 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Arms. — Arqent,  a  saltire  enqrailed  azure,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  three  roses  of  the 
first.  [Hardwick.] 


Thomas  Hardwick  of  Newton=pEdith  d.  &  heire  of  Wm, 
in  the  p’ish  of  Leeds  com.  Dyneley  of  Newton  the 
Yorke  gent.  4,  5  of  Queene  Mary. 


Thomas  Hardwick  of  Newton=j=Anne  d.  of  Sr  Reresby  of  Thrybergh 


in  Leeds. 


(co.  York). 


Bryan  Hardwick  of  Newton  heire  to=pEllen  d.  of  Sr  Will’in  Gee  of 
his  brother  Francis.  Hull  Marchant. 


1  I. 

Francis  s.p. 


Thomas  Hardwick  of  Newton  aforesaide  &  of=fMary  d.  of  John 
Stapleford  Tawney  co.  Essex  liveing  a0  1634.  I  Fanshaw  gent. 


Thomas  Hardwick  about  Mary.  Frances.  Margerett.  Bridgett 
14  yeares  old  1634.  & 

Martha. 


ffeartngton. 

Exemplified  by  Sr  John  Borough  Knt.  Garter  a0  1635  to  Edward  Harrington  of 
Heningham  (Hedingham)  Sibell  &  Wm.  Harington  of  Maplested  Magna  in  com. 
Essex  &  to  the  heirs  of  their  bodies  lawfully  begotten  with  their  due  differences. 

Arms. — Sable,  a  fret  argent  charged  with  nine  fieurs  de  lis  gules.  [Harington.] 
Orest. — A  trni’s  head  erased  or,  qorqed  qules,  charqed  with  two  fieurs  de  lis  of  the 
second.  [Harington.] 


Harington.- 


I 


Edmond  Harington  of  Yeldham  in  com.  Essex.= 


I 


1  |  2  | 

Edmond  Harington.  Henery  Harington  of  Heningham=j=Catherin  d.  of  Geffrey 
(Hedingham)  Sible  2  sonn.  Poole  of  Bardffeld  in 

com.  Essex. 


A 


B 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


418 


A  |  B 


Edward  Harington  of=j=Barbara  d.  of  Tho-  William.  Mary  ux.  Elizabeth  ux. 
Heningham  (Heding-  mas  Digby  of  South  John  Will’m  Chap  • 

ham)  Sible  1634.  Hasted  (?  Halstead)  Wood.  man. 

in  com.  Essex. 


Edward  Harington  aged  Joseph.  Danyell.  Elizabeth.  Mary. 
22  yeares  a0  1634. 


M 

nr 


Will’m  Harington  of=j=Mary  d.  of  Eichard  Purkas 


Maplested  Magna. 


of  Great  Yeldham. 


Robert. 


5  |  6  | 

Gilbert.  Thomas. 


1|  2|  || 

Will’m  Harington=j=Elizabeth  d.  of  James=Margery  d.  of  1  Anne. 
Maplested  Magna  Thom.  Tillott  Har-  John  Smyth  — 

a0  1634.  of  Rougham  ington.  of  Booking.  2  Mary, 

in  com.  Suff. 


3  Elizabeth. 

4  Susan. 

5  Rachell. 


Will’m  Harington  2  James  Harington.  Elizabeth, 

aged  about  10  —  — 

yeares  1634.  3  Jeromy  Harington.  Mary. 


Anne 

& 

4  Andrew. 


pfarlakentien. 


Arms  and  Crest  of  Harlakenden  as  in  Vis.  of  1612  ;  also  Crest — A  lion's  head 
erased.  [ 


Thomas  Harlakenden  of  Ware-=j=Mary  d.  of  Rich.  Londenoys  of 


home  in  com.  Kent  esq’r. 


Breame  in  com.  Sussex. 


John. 


Roger 
ob.  s.p. 


William  Roger  Harlakenden=pElizabeth  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Hardres  of  Hardress 


ob.  s.p.  of  Kenardington  in 
com.  Kent. 

in  com.  Kent  relict  George  Harlakenden 
of ....  in  com.  Kent. 

1 

Richard  Harlakenden^ 

pMargerett  d.  of  Edward  Hubard  one  of  the  six 

of  Earles  Colne  in 

darks  of  Stansted  Mount  Fitchett. 

com.  Essex  esq’r. 

A 

B 

414 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Richard  Harlakenden  of  Earles=f=.  .  .  .  d.  of  Sr  Henry  Mildmay 
Colne  gent,  a0  1634.  of  Grayes,  Knt. 


Richard  Harlakenden  aged  about  2  yeres  1634. 


Dorathey  his  1  wiffe=pThomas  Harlakenden  of  Earles  Colne  gent.=Anne  Bucken- 
d.  of  John  Cheney  of  third  sonn,  mar.  to  his  2  wiffe  Jane  d.  of  den  d. 

Drayton  in  com.  Edward  Hobert  of  Stansted  Mountffichet. 

Buck,  esq’r. 


1  I 

Thomas  Harlakenden  aged 
about  32  yeres  1634. 


I  I 

1  Richard. 

2  William. 


Dorathey  ux.  Samwell  Simonds 
of  Topsfield  com.  Essex. 


Anne. 

Mabell. 


Harris. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Same  as  in  first  shield  under  Harris  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Crest. — A  hound  sejant  or.  [ 


Sr  Will’m  Harris  of  Crixsey  &  Woodham=j= Allice  d.  of  Sr  Thomas  Smyth 


Mortimer  in  com.  Essex  Knt.  mentioned 
in  the  last  Vissitation. 


of  Westenhanger  in  com. 
Kent  Knt. 


Sr  Arther  Harris  of  Crixsey  &  of=j=Anne  d.  &  heire  of  Robert  Cranmer 


Woodhain  Mortimer  in  com. 
Essex  Knt. 


of  Chepsted  in  com.  Kent. 


Sl  .Cranmer  Harris=j=Martha  d.  &  coheire  of  Danyell 
of  Crixey  in  com.  Holford  of  West  Thorock  in 
Essex  Knt.  1634.  com.  Essex. 


John  Harris  of  Chepsted 
in  com.  Kent. 


Anne.  Mary. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX 


1634. 


415 


Harris. 

(No.  2) 

Arms. — Quarterly  same  as  Harris  No.  1  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

William  Harris  of  Southminster=FAnne  d.  of  Rutter  3d  wife 


in  com.  Essex. 


of  the  sayd  William. 


Christopher  Harris  eldest  son: 
by  the  3d  wiffe  of  Shenfeld  in 
com.  Essex. 


:Mary  d.  &  coheire 
of ...  .  Gedge  of 
Shenfeld. 


I  2 

Edward  Harris. 


I  2  | 

Sr  William=Frances  d.  of  Astley  Edward  Harris  of  Much=Elizabeth  d.  of 


Harris  of 

Shenfeld 

Knt. 


Christopher 
Harris 
eldest  sonn 
dyed  in  the 
life  of  his 
father. 


of  Shaxtons  in 
Writtle  in  com. 
Essex  esqr. 


=Elizabeth  only  d.  of 
Sr  Harbottle  Grim- 
stone  of ....  in 
com.  Essex  Knt. 
and  Baronett. 


Baddow  in  com.  Essex 
&  of  Lincolns  Inn 
councellor  at  law  1634. 


Robert  Taverner 
of  Aveley  in  com. 
Essex. 


1  I 

Edward 
Harris 
21  yere 
old  1634. 


I  2 

Arther 

Harris. 


I  I 

3.  William. 

4.  Christo¬ 
pher. 


i  i  ii 

Elizabeth. 

Mary. 

Sarah. 

Anne. 


Christopher  Harris  only  son 
now  in  warde  1634. 


I  I  I 

Elizabeth.  Frances.  Mary. 


Harris. 

(No.  3.) 


Vincent  Harris  of  Maldon  in  com.  Essex  gent. 


i 


Sr  Thomas  Harris=pCordelia  d.  of  John  Gill  of  Buntingford 


of  Maldon  Knt. 


in  com.  Hertfford  esqr. 


I 

Dora- 

they. 


I  1 

Thomas  Harris=  Cordelia  d.  of  . . . . 
of  Maldon  esqr.  Bacon  of  Hessett 
a0  1634.  in  com.  Suff. 


I  2 

Vincent 
Harris 
of  Mal¬ 
don. 


I 

Jane  ux.  Captaine 
Henry  Wroth  of 
Hertfordshire. 


Ursula 


416 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


i&arte. 


Nicholes  Harte  of  Gills=f=Mary  d.  of .  .  .  .  Francis  of 


in  Mersham  in  com. 
Kent. 


Beckborne  (?  Beakesbourne) 
in  com.  Kent. 


Vide  Visitation 
of  Kent. 


|1 

Francis  Harte 
of  Herne  in 
Kent. 


I  2 

Thomas  Harte  of  Mersham=p Mary  d.  of  John 


I  3 

James. 


Jane. 


in  com.  Kent  &  of  Epping 
in  com.  Essex  1634. 


Sedcole  of  Epping 
in  com.  Essex. 


I 


Seaser  Harte  about  9  yere  old  1634.  Thomas.  John.  Mercye. 


JDariny,  fbcrbtf). 

Arms. — Argent ,  a  chevron  between  three  leopards'  faces  gules,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
[Harvey.] 


Sr  James  Harvey  Lord  Maior  of  London.=pAnne  d.  of .  .  .  .  Gent. 

_ I 

1  I  2 


Sr  Sebastian  James  Harvey  of  Wangey=j=Elizabeth  d.  of  Anthony  Radcliffe 
Harvey  Knt.  (?  Vange)  in  com.  Essex.  of  ...  .  Alderman  of  London. 

A  


James  Harvey=Anne  d.  of  Jeromy 
of  Wongey  Haydon  of  London 

( ?  V ange).  Alderman. 


I  2 

Samwelk 

Harvey. 


=Constance  d.  of  John  Donn 
deane  of  St.  Paules. 


|  1  |  2  |  3 

John  Harvey.  James  Harvey.  Thomas  Harvey. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


417 


Heitsljato* 


Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  ermines  between  three  codes  sable,  legged  and  wattled  gules. 
[Henshaw.] 

Crest. — A  falcon  or,  collared  azure,  preying  on  a  iving  erased  of  the  first,  guttee  de 
sang.  [Henshaw.] 


Thomas  Henshaw  of  London=rFlora  d.  of 


silkman  &  servant  to  King 
James  ob.  11  Feb.  1611. 


Gouldesborough. 


|  1  |  3 

Nathaniell  Henshaw=pMary  d.  of  Thomas  Hen- = Mary  d.  of 

of  Great  Warley  in  I  Harbyn.  shaw  of  John  Archer 

com.  Essex.  1634.  Walden  in  al’s  Boys  of 

com.  Essex.  Essex. 


Mary  Henshaw.  Flower  Henshaw. 


I  2 

Captaine  Ben¬ 
jamin  Henshaw 
of  London. 


Heron. 


Arms. — Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  herons  argent,  membered  or.  [Heron.] 
Crest. — A  heron's  head  ermine  collared  and  beaked  or.  [Heron.] 


John  Heron  Knt.=p 


John  Heron  of=pElizabeth  d.  of  Dalton  of 

of 


Barmyng  (co. 
Kent)  docter 
of  phisick. 


London  Goldsmith  & 
his  wiffe  d.  &  heire  of 
Jenings  of  Dunmow  in 
com.  Essex. 


Egidius  Heron= 
attainted  for 
High  treason. 


=Cicelley  d.  of  Thomas 
Moore  lord  Chancellor 


of  England. 


Kichard  Heron.=pJoan  the  d.  of  Christopher 
Bendlowes  sister  to  Will’m 
Bendlowes  serjeant  at  Law. 
A 


I 

Thomas  Heron=Cicelley  d.  of 
ob.  s.p.  Bartholmew 

Jekell. 


3  H 


418 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 

I  A _ 


Anne  d.  of  David  Vincent  of=pSr  Edward  Heron  Knt  =pD_orathey  d.  of  Anthony 
Bernack  in  com.  Northampton 
1  wiffe. 


H 


one  of  the  barons  of 
the  exchequer. 

b - 


Maxey  of  Bradwell  esq’r 
2  wife. 


1  4 

1  | 

2  I 

1  3 

James  Heron  esq  .=f= Anne  d.  of  Sr 

S1'  Edward  = 

=Anne  d.  of  Sr 

Will’m 

John 

of  Panffeld  Hall 

John  Hatcher 

Heron  Knt. 

Henry  Brooke 

Heron 

Heron 

in  Essex  1634. 

of  Carby  in 
com.  Lincoln 
Knt. 

of  the  Bath. 

al’s  Cobham 
Knt. 

ob.  s.p. 

ob.s.p. 

1  |  2  |  3  | 

Thomas  James.  John 
Heron.  Heron. 


4|5| 

Samuel. 

Benjamin 


6  |  I  I  II 

Edward.  Dorathey  ux.  Anne.  Bridgett. 
Anthony  — 

Hawkered  Catherin. 

(?  Hawkes)  of 
Boston  in  com.  Lincoln. 


(No.  1.) 

Arms  as  Higham  No.  1,  in  Vis.  of  1612,  a  crescent  for  difference. 
Vide  the  book  of  Certificates  in  the  Office. 


Anne  d.  &  heire  of  Thomas— Sr  Clement  Higham  cheife  Baron=pAnne  d.  of  George 
Monings  of  Suffolk  of  St.  of  the  exchequer  &  one  of  the  Waldegrave  of .  .  . 

Edmonds  Bury  1  wife.  privy  counsell  ob.  9  March  1570.  esq’r  2  wiffe. 


3  I 

William.=Anne  d.  &  coheire  of 
Richard  Stonley  one 
of  the  (tellers  of  the) 
exchequer. 


=John  Higham=Anne  d.  &  coheire  of  Thomas 
Edmond  Wright.  Higham 
ob.  s.p. 


Elizabeth  d.  of  James : 
Harvey  of  Wanges  (? 
Vange)  in  Essex  esq’r. 
2  wiffe. 


I 

Anne  ux. 
Colne  of  Rick-  William 
mansworth  in  com.  Dutton. 
Hertfford  esq’r. 

1  wiffe. 


rSr  Richard  =j=  Mary  d.  of  John 
Higham. 


Dorathey  ux. 
Samwell 
Plume  of 
Great  Yeld- 
ham  in  Essex. 


Elizabeth. 


1  Francis  Higham  Mary.  Anne 
sonn  &  heire.  s.p. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


419 


Jbtgfjam. 

(No.  2.) 

Uppon  3  severall  monuments  in  Tolleshunt  Beckingham  in  Essex  1424,  1429, 
1460,  for  these  Highams — 

Akms. —  Or,  a  chevron  sable,  over  all  a  bend  engrailed  argent. 


Robert  Higham  of  Tolson  Beckingham=j= 
(Tolleshunt  Beckingham)  ob.  a0  1424. 


Robert  Higham  of  the  same  ob.  a0  1429.=f= 


Robert  Higham  esq’re.=j=.  ...  d.  of  Thomas  Barington. 


William  Higham.=p 


This  John  is  the  first  John  Higham  of  Hatfeld=p 
in  the  office  booke.  in  com.  Essex  gent.  i 


William  Higham  of  Hatfeld  Peverell  in  com.  Essex.=f= 


John  Higham  of  Chelmsford=p Alice  d.  of 
mercer.  Dickenson. 


William 
ob.  s.p. 


Elizabeth  d.  of=  John  Higham  =f=Elizabeth  d.  of  Richard 
Raffe  Wilbra-  eldest  sonn  of  Dousett  widdow  of 

ham  esq’re.  Chelmsford  Francis  Barington. 

had  3  wives. 


Thomas  Higham 
of  London  docter 
in  phisick,  un- 
maried  1634. 


John  Higham  only  sonn  &  heire  aparant 
aged  about  4  yeares  1634. 


420 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


flurst 

Edward  Hirst  of  ....  in  com.  Hertfford.=f= 


1 


d.  of=j=l  John  Hirst  of=pJoane  d.  of  John  Andrews  2  Edward.  3  William 


....  Claxke 
1  wiffe. 


Preston  in  com. 
Hertfford. 


1  I 

John  Hirst. 


2  Edward, 
ob.  s.p. 


of  Hitchin  in  com.  Hert¬ 
ford  2  wiffe. 


I 


3  John  Hirst  of=j=Mary  d.  of  Rob.  Mary. 


Eastward  Mid 
in  the  p’ish  of 
Hayerellincom. 
Essex,  1634. 


March  of  Had- 
nam  (Hadden- 
ham)  in  the  lie 
of  Ely. 


Anne  ux. 

Mathew 

Hanscomb 

of  Holliwele 

(Holywell) 

in  com. 

Bedfford. 


1  I 

John  Hirst 
about  21 
yere  old 
1634. 


William  Hurst. 


Homerstone 

Hurst. 


I  I  I 

Mary  1. 
Anne  2. 


j  '  j 

Isaack  4. 
Thomas  5. 


Elizabeth  3.  Joseph  6. 


i^abson. 


Arms. — Sable,  three  bezants,  a  chief  v air  azure  and  ermine.  [ 

Orest. — A  demi-greyhound  salient  regardant  ermine.  [ 

Thomas  Hobson  of  Pri  tie  well  in  com.  Essex=p.  ...  d.  of 
descended  of  the  Hobsons  in  the  North.  ....  Wade. 


Margerey  d.  &  coheire  of=pThomas  Hobson=pFrancis  his  second  wiffe  d.  of 
Edward  Rawlins  of  South-  of  Sutton  in  John  Feme  of  Crakemarsh  in 

church  in  com.  Essex.  com.  Essex.  Utchester  (Uttoxeter)  in  com. 

1  wiffe.  Stafford. 


1  I 

Thomas  Hobson= 
one  of  the 
esquires  for  the 
body  of  King 
Charles  1634. 


:Frances  d.  of  Sr 

Nathan  iell 

Susan  ux. 

Mary  ux. 

Bowyer  Worsley 

Hobson 

Samwell 

Henery 

of  the  lie  of 

now  in 

Purcas  of 

Living  of 

Wight. 

Candy. 

Sutton 

Raley  in 

rector  of 

com. 

the  church 

Essex. 

of  Sutton. 

Judith 

Hobson. 


Thomas  Hobson. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


421 


Holtrofte. 


Jeffrey  Holcrofte  of  the  hirst  in  com.  Lanck.= 


I 


1  Jeffrey  Holcrofte 
sonn  &  heire. 


2  Thomas  Holcrofte=pJoane  d.  &  heire  of  Henry 


of  Battersey  in  com. 
Surrey. 


Roydon  of  Battersey  in 
com.  Surrey. 


Jeffrey  Holcrofte  Sr  Henery  Holcroft=pLettice  d.  of  Francis  Lord  Anger, 


sonn  &  heire  now 
Captaine  in  the 
low  countrys. 

of  Eastham  in  com. 
Essex  knt.  second 
sonn. 

baron  of  Longford  in  the  King¬ 
dom  of  Ireland. 

1  1 

II  1  1  . 

Sr 

about  14  yeares 
of  age  a0  1634. 


2  Henry  Holcrofte.  3  Charles. 

4  Gerald. 


5  Francis. 


Elizabeth 
about  7 
yeares  of 
age. 


Lettice  Douglas. 
Anne. 


Holgatf. 


Arms. — Or,  a  lend  betiveen  two  bulls’  heads  couped  sable.  [Holgate.] 


William  Holgate  of  Clavering  co.  Essex=p 
of  the  family  of  the  Bishop  Holgate. 


Will’m  Holgate  of  Walden=pLettice  d.  of 


in  com.  Essex. 


Bawcock. 


Will’m  Holgate=p 
of  Great  Bard- 
ffeld  in  com. 
Essex. 


John  Holgate  of  Walden=pAnne  d.  of 


&  of  the  Midle  Temple 
gent,  a0  1626  liveing 
a0  1634. 


Richard 
Plomer  of 
Walden. 


J  I  1  I  2 

Will’m  Holgate  aged  about  John  Holgate  about  William. 
16  yeares  1634.  2  yeares  1634. 


Jane  ux. 
John  Gibbs 
of  Walden. 


Lettice. 


422 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Hotetodt 

Arms. — Or,  on  a  lend  engrailed  salle  betiveen  tivo  lions  salient  azure  three  lezants. 
[Holstock.] 

Crest. — A  demirsavage  proper,  belted  round  the  waist  and  chained  or,  holding  in  his 
right  hand  a  staff  ragulee  argent.  [Holstock.] 


William  Holstock  of  St.  Mary  Hill= 
in  London. 


:.  .  .  .  d.  of  Thom.  Powell 
of  Horsley. 


d.  of  John  Johnson  of  South=f=Henry  Holstock  of  Orsett=p2  wiffe. 


Okenden  in  Essex  yeoman. 


in  com.  Essex  gent. 


I.  I 

William  Holstock  of  Orsett  gent.  Henry 
a0  1634  m.  to  his  first  wiffe  &  three 

Elizabeth  d.  of  Thomas  Gill  of  daugh- 
the  Tower  of  London.  ters. 


I  . 

Daniell  Holstock- 
of  Horndon  on 
the  Hill  in  com. 
Essex. 


:Elizabeth  d.  of  Clun 
sister  of  Thomas 
&  Edward  Clun. 


William  Holstock 
eldest  son  & 
heire  aparant. 


I  2 

Henry. 


Frances 
ux.  Arthur 
Clarke. 


I 

Elizabeth 
ux.  Will’m 
Lewellin 
of  Lon¬ 
don. 


I  I  I 

Anne. 

Mary. 

Frances. 


I 


I 


Mary.  Anne. 


f^one. 


Arms  (2  shields). — 1. 

2. 


Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Hone. 

as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Sable,  a  leopard's  head  erased 

[  ] 


2.  Allen.  3.  Grandtoft, 
between  three  mullets  argent. 


.  . .  .  Hone.=p 


John  Hone  of  London 
Mercer  buried  in  the 
Gray  Friers  in  London. 
W 


William  Hone  of  London  one  of  the  judges=pJoane  sister  of  Anthony  Browne  of 
of  Guildhall  buried  at  Litle  St.  Bartholemews  Tolethorpe  in  Litle  Casterton  in 
in  London.  com.  Rutland  esqr. 

A 


Thomas  Hone  tutor  to  King  E.  6  being  of  All  souls 
Colledg  in  Oxford  ob.  s.p.  buried  there  where 
remayneth  the  coate  being  the  taw  betweene 
3  Mullets  Argent  in  a  feld  Sable. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


423 


A  | 


Thomas  Hone  of=Jane  d.  &  heire  of  Raffe 


Hornechurch  in 
com.  Essex 
where  hee  lyeth 
buried. 


Joane  ux. 
Will’m 
Milbury  a 
procter  of 
the  Arches. 


Allen  procter  of  the 
Arches  by  his  wiffe  d.  & 
coheire  of  Grandtoft  of 
Lincolnshire. 


Frances  ux. 
Francis 
Clarke 
procter  of 
the  Arches. 


I  2 

John  Hone  docter  of  the 
Civill  law  who  procured 
of  the  King  of  Armes 
the  lyons  head  &  waived 
the  taw.  =p 


Jane  ux. 
James 
Trussell 
of  Lon¬ 
don. 


Susan  ux. 
James 
Morley  of 
the  Inner 
Temple. 


Anne  ux. 
Danyell 
Everard  of 
Doding- 
hurst. 


Bartholemew= Jane  sister  of 
Hone  of  Sr  Edward 


Ewlin  in 
com.  Oxon 
1634. 


Pinchon  of 
Writtle  in 
com.  Essex 
Knt. 


Will’m  Hone  of= 
Farnham  in 
com.  Essex  & 
of  the  Inner 
Temple  coun- 
cellor  of  law 
1634. 

^Elizabeth  yongest 
d.  of  Thomas  Par- 
sonns  of  Stortford 
(Bishop  Stortford) 
in  com.  Hertford. 

Peeter 
Hone 
in  Ire¬ 
land. 

Anthony 
in  Ire¬ 
land, 
s.p. 

Thomas 
ob.  in  his 
infancy. 

Frances  ux. 
Thomas 
Collier  a 
clarke  in 
the  ex¬ 
chequer. 

1  1 

Thomas  Hone 
of  Farnham 
1634. 

=p  Judith  d.  of  Theophilus 
Aylmer  Archdeacon  of 
London. 

1 

Anne  ux.  John  Row 
of  Bishops  Stortford 
in  com.  Hertford. 

Elizabeth 
a  nun. 

I  1 

William  Hone. 


I  2 

Thomas. 


I  3 

Theophilus. 


I  * 

Edward. 


I 

Elizabeth. 


i^onptoooi. 

Arms. —  Quarterly — 1.  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  hawks'  heads  erased  azure. 
[Honywooix]  2.  Sable,  two  chevrons  between  three  martlets  or.  [Case- 
borne.]  3.  Gules,  three  crescents  argent.  [Hodlowe.]  4.  Azure,  two  bars 
ivavy  between  three  sivans  argent.  [Atwater  or  Waters.] 

Mary  Waters  daughter  &  coheire  of  Robert  Waters  of  Lenham  in  com.  Kent 
esqr.  wiffe  of  Robert  Honywood  of  Charing  in  the  said  county  had  at  her  deth 
lawfully  descended  from  her  367  children  (vizt.)  16  of  her  owne  body  114  grand¬ 
children  228  in  the  3rd  generation  &  9  in  the  4  degree,  shee  led  a  most  pious  liffe 
&  in  a  Christian  manner.  Dyed  at  Markehall  in  the  93  yeares  of  her  age  &  44th  of 
her  widdowhood  on  the  16  of  May  1620. 


424 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Robert  Honywood  of  Charmg=f=Mary  d.  &  heire  of  Robert  Atwater  of 
in  com.  Kent  esqr.  I  Lenham  &  Royton  in  com.  Kent. 


Dorathey  d.of= 

1  1 

^Robert  Honywood= 

|  2  |  3 

=Elizabeth  d.  of  Anthony 

John  Crooke 

of  Charing  & 

Sr  Thomas  Honywood. 

doctor  of 

Marke-hall  in  com. 

Browne  of  — 

civil  law. 

Essex  esqr. 

Bechworth  Arther 

Castell  in  com.  Honywood. 
Surrey  Knt. 

I  ^ 

Isaack  Hony¬ 
wood  slaine  at 
the  Battaile 
of  Newporte. 


I  1 

Sr  Robert 
Hony¬ 
wood  of 
Pet  in 
Charing 
Knt. 

* 


Sr  Thomas= 
Honywood 
of  Mark- 
hall  in  com. 
Essex  Knt. 
1634. 


=Hester  d. 
of  John 
Lamotte 
of  Lon¬ 
don  Mar- 
chant. 


Mathew  3. 
Peter  4. 
Henry  5. 


Michaell  6.  Anne  ux.  Sr  John 
—  Wilde  of  Canter- 

Isaack  7.  bury  Knt. 

Hester  ux.  John 
Sayer  of  Bourchers 
Hall  in  com.  Essex 
esqr. 


|  1  |  2 

|  3  |  4 

|  5  |  6 

1  7 

Catherin  1  ux.  Wm. 

Mary  ux. 

Grace  ux. 

Susan 

Fleet  esqr.  2  to  Wm. 

George 

Michaell 

ux. 

Henmarsh. 

Morton 

Heneage 

Ker- 

— 

esqr. 

esqr. 

chen. 

Priscilla  ux.  Sr  Tho- 

— 

— 

mas  Engham  al’s 

Anne  ux. 

Elizabeth 

Ingham  Knt. 

Sr  Charles 
Hales  Knt. 

ux.  George 
Woodward 
esqr. 

I  8  I 

Bennett  ux.  Henery 
Crooke  esqr.  brother 
of  Will’m. 

Dorathey  ux.  Wil¬ 
liam  Crooke  esqr. 
brother  of  Henry. 


Houghton. 


{See  ©utfrill.) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


425 


JtlOil). 


Arms. — Argent,  a  fess  engrailed  between  three  wolves'  heads  erased  sable.  [How.] 
Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  or  a  demi-wolf  sable.  [How.] 


John  How  of  ....  in  com.  Kent.=f= 

_ I 


William  How  of  South  Okenden  in  com. “Mary  d.  of  Thomas  Samborne 
Essex  &  of  Lincolns  Inn.  I  of  ....  in  com.  Berks. 


William  How  2  yeare  old.  Thomas  Howe. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  a  cross  botonny  argent,  charged  with  five  pellets. 
[Humfrey.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  chevron  gules  between  three  boars' 
heads  erased  sable  as  many  mullets  pierced  or.  [Warner.] 

Crest. — A  cross  botonny  argent,  charged  with  five  pellets.  [Humfrey.] 


Richard  Humfrey=j=.  .  .  .  d.  &  coheire  of , 
of  London.  Warner  of  London. 


_  I 

Richard  Humfrey  of  Retenden  in  com.  Essex. =pAllice  d.  of  Hill. 


1  I 

Richard  Humfrey=j=Mary  d.  of  Sr  Samwell 
of  Retenden 
1634. 


Sands  of  Ombersley  in 
com.  Worcester  Knt. 


Edmond  Humfrey  of  Retenden 
a  Captaine  of  the  trained  band 
in  com.  Essex  a0  1634. 


Richard  Humfrey  20  yere  old  1634. 


2  I 

Edmond. 


I 

Mary. 


I 

Anne. 


426 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


Jackman* 

Arms. — Per  saltire  argent  and  sable  two  eagles  displayed  of  the  second  in  pah. 
[Jackman.]  Granted,  1561,  to  Edward  Jackman,  Alderman,  by  W. 
Harvey,  Clar. 

Crest. — A  griffin's  head  erased  sable  gutUe  or.  [Jackman.] 


Anne  d.  of  Hum-=pEdward  Jackman  of  Hackton=Magdalen  d.  of 
ffrey  Packington  (in  Upminster)  in  com.  Essex  Robert  Mellish  of 
2  wife.  Esq’re  Alderman  of  London.  London  1  wife. 


1  I 

John  Jackman  of  Hornchurch=i=Jane  d.  of  Richarde  Lambert 


in  com.  Essex. 


of  London  Alderman. 


2  |  3  | 

Henry.  Thomas. 


Margerett  d.  of  Edward  Elliott=F Edward  Jackman  of=j=Mary  d.  of  Aubrey. 
Knt.  1  wife.  I  Hornechurch. 


1  I  2  1  || 

Edward  John=  Jane  d.  of  Sr  Peter  Betsworth  Anne.  Mary  ux.  Rob.  Poul- 
Jackman.  Jack-  of  ....  in  com.  Sussex  Knt.  den  &  had  Edward, 

man. 

3 1  r\  r 

William  Jackman.  Robert.  Mary. 


James* 


Vide  the  Yis.  of  Kent  and  Surrey. 

Roger  James  of  London.=f=Sara  d.  &  heire  of  Henry  Merskin  of  London. 

I 


1  I 

Roger 

James 

of 

London. 


2  I 

Arnold  father  of 
John  James  of 
Braughen  co. 
Hertfford. 


I 

William  James 
of  Ightham  in 
Kent  father  of 
William. 


Richard  James- 
of  Henhamonthe 
Mount  co.  Essex 
gen.  a0  1634. 


I 

Sr  Roger  James  of 
Reigate  in  Surrey 
&  of  Hardres  in 
Kent. 


^Gertrude  d.  of 
John  Smyth  of 
Southwark  in 
com.  Surrey. 


1  I  II  II 

Richard  James  2.  John.  Sara, 
aged  27  yers  —  — 

1634.  3.  George.  Jane. 


I  !  I 

Gertrude.  Emolin. 

Audrey. 


5  I 

John. 


6 


James.  George  Janies  oLf=  Audrey  d.  of  John  Smyth  of 

Surrey  sister 


Manuden  com. 
Essex  1634. 


f 


Southwark  co. 
to  Gertrude. 


I 


George.  James.  Mary. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


42 1 


Jeffreys. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  fret  or,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a  lion  passant  of  the  first. 
[Jeffreys.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  mural  coronet  or  a  lion's  head  azure,  ducally  crowned  of  the  first. 
[Jeffreys.] 

An  exemplification  to  John  Jeffrey  sonn  of  Richard  Jeffrey  of  Little  Bursted 
in  com.  Essex  gent,  by  Sr  Will’m  Seagor  Garter  principall  King  of  Armes  dated 
the  28  of  February  the  8th  of  King  James. 


Richard  Jeffreys  of  Little  Bursted^p Anne  d.  of  Bode 


in  com.  Essex  gent. 


of 


I 

Richard  Jeffreys  of=pJane  d.  of  Richard  Pellett  of  ....  in  com. 
Little  Bursted.  Sussex  sister  of  Sr  Benjamin  Pellett. 


John  Jeffrey  of=  Sarah  d.  of  John  Butler  of  Tobie  Hester  ux.  Will’m  Black 
Little  Bursted.  (Thobie)  in  com.  Essex  esq’r.  borough  of  London. 


Wiil’m  aged  about  10  years  1634.  Abraham.  Hester.  Joane. 


Jcfeyll. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Or,  a  fess  between  three  hinds  trippant  sable.  [Jekyll.]  2. 
Lozengy,  sable  and  argent,  a  chief  per  fess  indented  or  and  azure.  [Stocker.] 
3.  Sable,  a  pair  of  wings  inverted  and  conjoined  argent.  [Barnhouse.]  4. 
Argent,  three  boars'  heads  couped  between  nine  cross  crosslets  fitchee  gules. 
[  ] 

Crest. — A  horse's  head  couped  argent,  maned  and  bridled  sable,  studded  and 
tasselled  or.  [Jekyll.] 

A  Confirmation  of  these  Armes  &  Creast  by  L’s  pattents  under  the  hand  &  seale 
of  Sr  William  Seger  Garter  principall  King  of  Armes  to  Thomas  Jekyll  of  Booking 
in  com.  Essex,  gent,  sonne  &  heire  of  John  Stocker  Jekyll  late  of  Newington  in 
com.  Middlesex  gent.  &  of  Mary  his  wiffe  the  daught.  &  heire  of  Nicholes  Barne- 
howse  late  of  Wellington  in  com.  Somersett  esq’r  w’ch  said  John  Stocker  Jekyll  was 
sonn  &  heire  of  Bartholmew  Jekyll  late  of  Newington  afforesaid  esq’r  sone  &  heire 
of  Will’m  Jekyll  late  of  the  same  place  gent,  dated  the  6  day  of  Feb.  in  the  3d 
yeare  of  King  Charles,  1621. 


428 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Will’m  Jekyll  of  Newington  in  com.=p.  .  .  .  d.  &  heire 
Middlesex  sonne  of  John  came  out  of  John  Stocker 
of  Lincolnshire  ob.  a0  1522.  of  Newington. 


1  I 

Stocker  Jekyll 
comon  hunt  of 
London  ob. 
s.p. 


Richarda  d.  of . . .  .=pBarthelmew=Elizabeth  d.  of 


Garland  &  widdow 
of  Nicholas  Barne- 
howse  esq’r  2  wiffe. 


Jekyll. 


Robert  Elring- 
ton  of  Hack¬ 
ney  1  wiffe. 


Millescent  1  m. 
to  ...  .  Herit¬ 
age  2  to  Peter 
Temple  esq’r. 


John  Stocker=pMary  d.  &  heire 


Jekyll  of 
Newington. 


of  Nicholas 
Barnehowse. 


Ciceley  1  ux.  Thom.  Heron  of 
Hackney  esq’r  2  to  James  Prior 
of  Colchester  in  com.  Essex 
ob.  s.p. 


Margerett  1  ux. 
Courtopp  of  Lon¬ 
don  2  to  Langley. 


1  I 

Thomas  Jekyll  ot=pElizabeth  d.  of  Rich- 
Bocking  in  com.  Es-  ard  Lake  of  Norton 
sex  &  of  Cliffords  Horny  (?  Galby)  place 
Inn  in  London.  in  com.  Leicr. 


2  I 


Edward  Jekyll=Martha  d.  &  heire  of 
of  London  James  Fitch  docter 

gent.  in  divinity  &  pre¬ 

bend  of  Rochester. 


I  2  | 

Robert  Jekyll  Thomas, 
aged  about  30 
yeares. 


Will’m  Jekyll  Master 
of  Magdalen  Hall  in 
Oxford. 


loU. 


I  I  I 

Mary. 


5.  Nicholas.  Martha. 


Sarah. 


Jennjms. 

Arms. — Azure,  a  chevron  or  between  three  bezants,  on  a  chief  ermine  as  many  cinque¬ 
foils  gules.  [Jennyns.] 

Crest. — A  jay  rising  proper.  [Jennyns.] 


L’res  pattents  p’  Tho.  Wriothesley  autrement  dit  Jartier  et  Thomas  Benoit 
autrement  dit  Clar’  a  Jean  Jenyns  Gentilhomme  en  sa  counte  de  Salop  fait  et  done 
a  Londre  le  28  Jour  d’Octobre  1523. 


John  Jennyns  of  Shropshire  1523.= 


I 


John  Jennyns  of  Dunmow  in  com.  Essex.= 


r 


Richard  Jennyns=p Elizabeth  d.  of  Thomas  Wiseman  of  Northend  (in 


of  Dunmow. 


Saffron  Walden)  in  com.  Essex  widdow  of  Clarke. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


429 


Al 


i  I 

Thomas  Jennyns  now 
beyond  the  seas. 


2 


Anthony  Jennyns=f  Elizabeth  d.  of  Robert  Brooke  of 


of  Dunmow  1634. 


Barkway  in  com.  Hertfford. 


1 1 

Richard  Jennyns 

1  1 

Anthony  2. 

1  1  1 
Robert  4. 

1  1 

Mary. 

1  1  1 
Elizabeth.  Charles. 

about  21  yere  old 

— 

— 

— 

— 

1634. 

John  3. 

Jerom  5. 

George  6. 

Joane. 

Audrey. 

Jenour. 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Jenour  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

L’res  pattent  under  the  hand  &  seale  of  Robert  Cooke  al’s  Clarenceulx  Roy 
d’Armes  dated  a0  1575  to  Andrew  Jenour  of  Much  Dunmow  com.  Essex  esq’r  sonn 
&  heire  of  Richard  Jenour  esq’r  son  &  heire  of  John  Jenour  esq’r  sometime  protho- 
notery  of  the  comon  pleas  I  the  said  Clarenceulx  do  finde  his  Armes  to  bee 
granted  by  l’res  patents. 

Signed  withe  handes  &  seals  of  Tho.  Writh  al’s  Wriothesley  otherwise  called 
Garter  &  Roger  Maude  al’s  Richmond  Clarenceulx  dated  11th  of  April  a0  1509 

24  H.  7. 


Andrew  Jenour  of  Alffreston.=f= 


Sr  Kenelme  Jenour  of  Bigods  in=pJane  d.  of  Sr  Robert  Clarke  Knt. 


Dunmow  co.  Essex  Baronett. 

on  of  the  Barons  of  the  exchequer. 

1  1 

3  1 

Sr  Andrew  Jenour=j=Margerett  d.  of  Richard  Robert  Jenour=pRose  d.  of 

of  Bigods  Baronett 
1634. 

Smyth  of  Strixton  (co. 

Northampton). 

Captaine 

Barington. 

Margerett. 

1 

Susan. 

1  1 

A  sonn.  A  daughter. 

Henery.  William.  Grisogon  ux.  Sr  John  Prescott  Susan  ux.  Christopher  Anne, 
of  Radwinter  Hall  in  com.  Gore  of  London. 

Essex  Knt. 


430 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Arms. — Azure,  on  a  chevron  argent  three  pheons  gules,  in  the  dexter  chief  quarter  a 
sun  in  splendour  or.  [Johnson.] 

Crest. — A  coclc  argent,  combed  and  ivattled  or,  charged  on  the  body  with  three  guttes 
de  sang.  [Johnson.] 


Thomas  Johnson  of 


in  com.  Yorke.= 


I 


I 

Thomas  Johnson  of  Padington=fMary  d.  of  William  Abraham  of 
in  com.  Midlesex.  Wingrave  in  com.  Buck. 


Will’m  Johnson  of  East-=pMary  d.  of  Sam- 
ham  in  com.  Essex  Esq’re  well  Colman  of 
&  of  the  Midle  Temple  Brent  Ely  in 
1634.  com.  Suffolk. 


m 


Thom.  Johnson 
of  St.  Giles 
Holborne  in 
London. 

* 


Mary. 


Elizabeth. 


Richard  Johnson 
of  Raithby  in  com. 
Lincoln  Clarke. 


gosscljm,  Hoteltn. 

Arms  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  No.  1. 


Sr  Thomas  Jocelin  of  Newhall=pDorathey  d.  of  Sr  Geffrey 
in  com.  Essex.  Gates  Knt. 


Richard  Jocelin  of  Newhalh 
Jocelin  in  com.  Essex. 


=Anne  d.  of  Thom.  Lucas  of  Bury 
St.  Edmond  in  Suff. 


1 1 

Richard 

1  2 

John  Joeelyn=r=Elizabeth  d.  of 

1  1 
Winifrid  Joane 

Jocelyn  of 

of  Hydehall 

Will’m  Wise- 

ux.  Sil-  ux. 

Newhall. 

in  com. 

man  of  Mayland 

Tester  Reeve. 

A- 

Hertfford. 

in  com.  Essex. 

Dodsworth. 

.  .  .  .  ux. 
Pellett. 


I  3 

Edward  Joce¬ 
lyn  of  Col¬ 
chester. 


^Elizabeth  d.  of 
Will’m  Kemp 
of  London. 


Martha  ux. 
William 
Pennoyer 
of  London. 


I  1 

Thomas 
Jocelyn  of 
Grays 
Inn  esqr. 


I  2 

Thomas 
Jocelyn 
of  Nay- 
land. 


Robert  Joce¬ 
lyn  of  Mar- 
garetting  in 
com.  Essex. 


Edward  Jocelyn.  Elizabeth.  Susan. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


431 


fUmpe. 

Arms  quarterly  of  seven  as  Kempe  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Robert  Kempe  of  Spaynshall  esqr.=pElizabeth  d.  of  Robert  Higham. 

_ I 


I  1 

Will’m  Kempe  of 
Spainshall. 


Robert  Kempe  of=pFrances  d.  of  Mingey  of 


Armin  Hall, 


Arminhall  co.  Norfifolk. 


Elizabeth=Robert  Kempe=Elizabeth  his 


d.  of 
Nicholas 
Miller  of 
Kent 
1  wife. 


of  Spainshall 
in  Finching- 
field  com. 
Essex  a0  1634. 


second  wife 
d.  of  Robert 
Kempe  of 
Gissing  in 
com.  Nortf. 
esqr. 


I  I 

Mary  ux.  Nicholes 
Osborne  of  Hay- 
don  in  com.  Nortf. 

Elizabeth  ux. 
Ratfe  Outlaw 
of  Nortf. 


Issabell  ux.  Edward 
Colfox  of  Ailesham. 

Frances  ux.  Wm. 
Dowtey  (Doughty). 


!  1 

William  Kempe. 


J2  I 

Robert.  Jane.  Frances. 


SUfltjlep. 

Abms. — Argent,  a  fess  sable,  a  mullet  for  difference.  [Kighley.] 
Crest. — A  dragon's  head  (“  blemish” ).  [Kighley.] 


Thomas  Kighley  of  Grayes  Thorock  in  com.  Essex=f  Margarett  d.  of 


descended  from  the  Kighleys  of  Littleton  in  com. 
Worcester. 


....  Luce. 


Thomas  Kyghley  of  Grays  Thorock=j=Bridgett  d.  of  Edward  Waldegrave 
esqre.  one  of  the  Justices  of  peace,  of  Lawford  in  com.  Essex. 


Jane  d.  of  Sr  Wiirm=j=Edward  Kighley  of  Grays=plssabell  d.  of  James  Bridgett 
Thorock  one  of  the  justices  Harvey  of  Dagenham  s.p. 
of  peace  1634.  in  com.  Essex  2  wife. 


Aylotf  knt.  & 
baronett  1  wife. 


Thomas  Kighley  about  Bridgett.  Frances.  Margerett.  Elizabeth.  JohnKigh 
8  yere  old  1634.  ley. 


432 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


luugljtimticje* 


John  Knightbridge  of  West  Haningfield 
in  com.  Essex  buried  1598. 


Will’m  Knightbridge  of  Much  Baddow=pAgnes  d.  of 
in  com.  Essex.  Inge. 


George  Knightbridge  of  Chelmsfford=j=Margerett  of  Dagnut  (?  Dagnall) 
in  com.  Essex.  of  ...  . 


John  Knightbridge  of  Chelmsford  Attorney=pMary  d.  of  Charles  Tucker 


of  the  comon  pleas  1634. 

of  Lincolns  Inn. 

|  1  .  |  2 

1  1  I  III 

Anthony  Knightbridge 
a  Clarke  to  one  of  secon¬ 
daries  in  London  aged 
about  23  yeares  1634. 


Richard  Knight-  3.  Henry. 


bridge  fellow  of 
Wadham  College 
in  Oxfford. 


4.  John. 


5.  George. 


Anne  ux. 
John  Dove 
an  attor¬ 
ney  at  the 
law. 


.  .  I 

Margerett. 

Mary. 

Sarah. 


&afee. 

Respice  for  proofe  of  the  Armes. 

Thomas  Lake  appered  in  Midsomer  tearme  &  could  not  make  prooffe 
of  Armes  or  gentry  there  fore  hee  was  repaied  p’  Yorke. 

Thomas  Lake  somtime  servant=pElizabeth  d.  of  John  Buck  of 
to  Queene  Elizabeth  of  Blessed  Bollington  Hall  (in  Ugley) 
Memory.  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Lake  of  Gessams  John.  Richard.  Elizabeth  Frances  ux. 
(Gaysehams)  Hall  in  Bark-  ux.  Jorsame  Thom.  White 

ing  in  com.  Essex,  1634.  Holmes.  of  Brentwood. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


433 


iLancjlep. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  cockatrice  sable,  combed  and  wattled  gules,  in  chief  three  pellets. 
[Langley.] 

Crest. — A  cockatrice's  head  erased  sable,  combed  and  wattled  gules.  [Langley.] 
Geoffrey  Langley  of  Colchester=pAnne  d.  of  Carter  of  Waltham  on  the  Nayes 


Alderman. 


(Walton  on  the  Naze)  in  com.  Essex. 


I  1 


Mary  d.  of  Robert=John  Langley  of  Colechestei- 
Captaine  of  the  traine  band 
there  &  Baliff  &  Alderman 
1634  marid  to  his  3  wiffe 
Elizabeth  d.  of  William 
Mott  of  Colchester  Aider- 
man. 


Talcott  of  Col¬ 
chester  Alderman 
1  wiffe. 


=Joane  d.  of 
Ambrose 
Jenings  of 
London 
2  wiffe. 


I  I  I  I 

Christopher  s.p. 

William, 

William, 

Thomas, 
all  s.p. 


Mary  Geoffrey  &  John  Susan  Langley  aged  about 
all  ob.  s.p.  10  yeres  1634. 


Anne  ux. 

Geffrey  Lang-= 

=Anne 

Robert  Lang- = Sarah 

Margerettux. 

Elizabeth 

William 

ley  of  Bilston 

Kim¬ 

ley  of  Cole-  d.  of 

John  Venn  of 

ux.  John 

Doggett 

in  com.  Suf¬ 

ball. 

Chester.  .... 

Bred  Street 

Wade  of 

of  Ips¬ 

folk  clarke. 

Sam- 

in  London 

Ipswich. 

wich. 

fford. 

Captaine  of 

Anne. 

a  band. 

iLattjom, 


Arms. — Or,  on  a  chief  indented  azure  three  plates,  the  centre  one  charged  with  a  martlet 
sable,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Lathom.] 

Crest. — An  eagle  preying  on  a  child  all  proper,  the  child  in  sivaddling  clothes  gules, 
bound  argent.  [Lathom.] 


Raffe  Lathom  of  Sandon  in  com.  Essex,  descended: 
of  the  family  of  Lathom  in  Lankeshire. 


^Elizabeth  d.  &  heire  of 
Thomas  Hill  of  London. 


Will’m  Lathom  of  Sandon  in  com.  Essex1 2 3 

2  sonn  of  Raffe  Lathom  of  Sandon  one  of 
the  Justices  of  the  peace  in  com.  Essex. 


^Elizabeth  d.  of . 
Bonham. 


John  Lathom  of  Sandon=f=Ellen  d.  of  Thom.  Staunton  of 
in  com.  Essex.  Wickham  in  com.  Essex. 


Captaine  Peeter  Lathom  of  South  Weald= Elizabeth,  d.  of  Edmond  Pyrton  of 
in  com.  Essex  esq’r.  1634.  Captaine  of  a  Elmerton  (?  Elmdon)  in  com.  Essex 
troope  of  horse  for  thes  countv  widdow  of  S*  Anthony  Browne  of 

Wealdhall  in  com.  Essex. 

3  K 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


leigt). 


Robert  Leigh  esq’r  one  of  the  Gentleman  Servers=j=.  .  .  . 
of  Chamber  to  Q.  Elizabeth,  ob.  7  Elizabeth  yonger 
sonn  of  Leigh  of  Baguley  in  Cheshire. 


Sr  Robert  Leigh  of  Chingford=pMary  d.  of  Jocelin  of  Torrells 
in  com.  Essex  Knt.  |  Hall  com.  Essex. 


Robert  Leigh=Margerett 
of  Chingford  d.  of  Ser- 
com.  Essex 
esqr.  1634. 


geant 

Branthwayte. 


-  I  3  I 

Edward =Abbigale  Thomas 
Leigh.  d.  of  Mr  Leigh  a 
Sherborne,  Captaine. 
Clerke. 


Mary  ux. 
S1'  Robert 
Hatton 
Knt. 


Grace  ux. 
Carter  of 
London. 


Sleigh  of  Jbatfielti. 

(See  gjlegn.) 


ilenthall. 


Arms. — Sable,  a  bend  fusily  argent.  [Lenthall.] 


John  Lenthall  of  Runwell  Hall  in  com.  Essex 
gent,  was  a  Barrister  of  the  Midle  Temple. 


~r 


1  |  2  | 

John  Lenthall  went  over  into  Spaine  Phillip  Lenthall  inhabited=j=Anne  d.  of  John 
&  became  a  fryer  there  haveing  alien-  at  Hornechurch  &  was  an  Bet  of  Horne- 
ated  all  his  lands  in  England.  Attorney  at  lawe.  church. 


1|  2  |  3  |  | 

John  Lenthall  of=  Frances  d.  of  John  Phillip.  Thomas.  Ellen.  Barbara. 
Hornechurch  &  of  Cheney  of  Luton  in 
the  Middle  Temple,  com.  Bedfford. 


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THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


436 


8UtIe. 

Arms. — Sable,  a  pillar  ducally  crowned  between  two  icings  expanded  and  joined  to  the 
base  of  the  last  [Litle],  impaling  Gules,  two  lions  passant  ermine.  [Sorrell.] 
Crest. — A  code  standing  on  an  arrow  or,  combed  and  wattled  gules.  [Litle.] 


Geoffrey  Litle  of  Halsted  in  com.  Essex=pJoane  wiffe  of  Geoffrey  Litle 


died  a0  1521  &  is  there  buried  his  will 
beareth  the  21  of  January  1521. 


outlived  her  husband  as  it 
apereth  by  his  will  a0  1521. 


Thomas  Litle  of 
Maningtree  in 
Essex  executor  of 
his  father’s  will  & 
Testament  had 
issue  one  da.  who 
marid  to  Symon 
Cason. 


I 

Joane  d.  of=j=  John  Lytle  of=Agnes  2  wiffe 


Rushbrooke 
of  Ratlesden 
1  wife 
buried  at 
Halsted. 


Halsted  in 
Essex  died  a0 
1570  &  is 
buried  at  the 
same  p’ish  of 
Halsted. 


of  Geoffrey 
Litle  died  a0 
1574  &  is  bur. 
at  Halsted. 


Robert  Lytle  of 
Colne  Engayne 
to  whom  his 
father  gave  his 
tenement  Hum- 
reys  had  yssue 
John  Thomas  & 
Christian  Lytle. 


2  I 

Richard  Lytle  of=pPhillip  d.  of 
Halsted  died  be-  Will’m  Ful- 
ffore  his  father  ler  of  Hal- 
as  it  apereth  by  sted  ob.  A0 
his  will  dated  the  1595,  &  is 
10  of  May  1569  buried  at 
and  is  buried  at  White  Colne 
Colne  engayne.  in  Essex. 


1  I 

John  Lytle 
sonn&heire 
dyed  in  the 
life  of  his 
father  s.p. 


Constance 
Lytle  ux. 
Robert 
Midleton 
of  Man¬ 
ingtree  in 
com.  Essex. 


Geoffrey  Litle  =f=  Joane  d.  of  Stephen 


1 


Joane  ux. 
Robert 
Warde  of 
Coger- 
shall.=f= 

L 

John.  Mary. 


Allice  ux. 
George 
Hasum 
(PHarman) 
ofElmswell 
in  Suff.  & 
had  issue 
George  & 
Thomas. 


of  Halsted  in 
Essex  borne  a0 
1550  died  a0 
1626  &  is 
buried  at  Nay- 
land. 


Humffrey  of  Drink- 
ston  in  com.  Suff. 
borne  1548,  died  a0 
1629  &  is  buried  at 
Fordham. 


Maryan  Litle 
dyed  without 
issue  &  is 
buried  at 
Halsted. 


George  Midleton= Marian 
had  yssue  John  d.  of 

&  Mary  Midle-  Rand, 

ton. 


John  Lytle  of  Halsted=fSusan  d.  of  John  Sorrell  of 


in  com.  Essex  sonn  & 
heire  born  a0  1578  at 
Halsted. 


Stebing  in  com.  Essex  borne 
a0  1591  at  Stisted  in  com. 
Essex. 


Jane  Lytle  borne  a0  1576 
maried  to  Samuell  Cropley 
of  Colchester  &  had  issue 
John  Cropley  and  others. 


Geoffrey  Litle 
borne  at 
Men  ....  in 
com.  Suff.  a0 
1615. 


John  Lytle  sonn 
&  heire  borne  at 
Frating  in  Essex 
a0  1612  (Harl. 
MS.  1432  aet.  12 
1634). 


Thomas  Lytle 
borne  at  Hal¬ 
sted  a0  1621. 


Elizabeth 

1623. 


I 

Susann 

1628. 


Hanna 

1632. 


436 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Geffrey  Litle  of  Stoke= 
iuxta  Neyland  in  com. 
Suff.  borne  a0  1584 
{Henry,  Harl.  MS. 
1432). 


: Abigail  d.  of  John  Parson 
of  Hamborough  was  natu¬ 
ralized  by  Act  of  p’liament 
a0  1624. 


AJ 


Agnes  Lytle  borne  A0  1574 
mar.  to  Samwell  Eordham 
in  Essex  &  had  issue  Samuell 
&  Margerett. 


Will’m  Lytle 
borne  at 
Hamborough 
a0  1609  was 
naturalized 
a0  1624  by  Act 
of  p’liament. 


Geffrey  Lytle 
borne  at  Hal- 
sted  a0  1612. 

Phillip  Litle 
borne  a0 1621 
at  Stoke. 


Margerett  Lytle 
borne  a0  1613 
mar.  to  George 
Hall  of  Stoke 
juxta  Neyland 
and  had  issue 
George  &  Abi- 
gale. 


Abigail  Lytle 
borne  a0  1610 
mar.  to 
Richard 
Langton  of 
Litle  Wald- 
ingffeld  in 
Suff.  &  had 
issue  Geoffrey, 
Susan,  Thomas, 
and  Richard. 


Elizabeth  Lytle 
borne  at  Stoke 
a0  1622. 

Anne  Lytle 
borne  at  Stoke 
a0  1618. 

Sara  Litle  borne 
at  Stoke  a0 1619. 


Arms. — Or,  a  chief  gules.  [Lomley.] 

Crest. — An  eagle  displayed  sable  crowned  or.  [Lomley.] 

Domingo  Lomley  an  Italian  by  birth  &  of  the  bedchamber  to- 
H.  8.  hee  comaunded  a  troope  of  horse  at  his  own  charge  at 
Bolleyn  to  the  use  of  the  same  King. 


James  Lomley  of  London  gent.=pJoane  d.  of  Lytton  of  Darbyshire. 


Sr  Martin  Lomley  Knt.  sometime  Maior  oD  “Margery  d.  &  heire  of . 
London  eldest  sonn  &  heire  in  ffine.  Witham  of  ....  in  com.  York. 


Jane  d.  of  John- 
Meredith  Esqr. 
1  wiffe. 


I 

-Martin  Lomley  of  Bardfeld  Magna  in  com.= 
Essex  eldest  sonn  &  heire  one  of  the  justices 
of  the  peace  for  this  county  1634. 


I 

Prudence. 


1  I 

Martin  Lomley  about 
6  yeres  of  age  1634. 


2  Thomas.  3  James. 


Alary  d.  of  Edward 
Allen  of  London 
Alderman  2  wiffe. 


I 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


437 


&ucas. 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Lucas,  quartering  Moneux  and  Brampton,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Sr  Thomas  Lucas=j=Mary  d.  of  Sr  John  Fermor 


of  St.  Johns  neere 
Colchester. 


of  Eston-neston  in  com. 
Northampton  Knt. 


Thomas  Lucas  of  St.  Johns  neere=j=Elizabeth  d.  &  coheire  of  John 


Colchester  esq’r. 

Leighton  of  London  gent. 

Sr  Thomas  Lucas  Knt." 
a  Captaine  in  Holland. 

r . d.  of  Sr 

John  Biron  Knt. 

Charles.  Mary  ux.  Sr  Peter  Anne. 
Killegrewe  Knt. 

Thomas  Lucas. 

1  I 

John  Lucas- 
of  St.  J ohns 
neere  Col¬ 
chester. 


=Anne  d.  of  Sr  Christopher 
Nevell  Knt.  yonger 
brother  of  the  lord 
Aburgaveny. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Will’m  Wal¬ 
ter  esq’re. 


Catherine  ux. 
Edmond  Pye 
of  London. 


Margerett. 


I 

John  Lucas  sonn  &  heire  about  10  yere  old  1634. 


\ 

\ 


3Ultfetlt. 

Arms  and  Crest. — The  same  as  those  of  Luckin  in  Vis.  of  1612,  without  the 
difference,  and  on  a  canton  a  dexter  hand  appaimee. 


William  Luckyn  of  Chignall=i=.  ...  d.  of 


Trench  Foyle  al’s  Smely  in 
com.  Essex. 


.1  I 

Richard  Luckyn=j=Frances  d.  of 


of  Diveshall 
com.  Essex. 


in 


Searle  of  Epp- 
ing  in  com. 
Essex. 


Goughe  of .  .  . 
in  com.  Essex. 


Will’m  Luckyn  of= 
Mascall  in  Badow 
Magna  in  com. 
Essex. 

B 


=Margerett  d.  of  Thom. 
Jennye  of  Bury  St. 
Edmunds  in  com.  Suf¬ 
folk. 


438 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


a  r 


A| 


m.  to  his  2  wiffe 

of ...  . 

Elizabeth  d.  of 

Ellis 

...Helie(?Hele) 

1  wiffe. 

of  Flint  (?  Clist) 

in  com.  Devon. 

1  1 

2 

of ...  . 
Mont- 
fford 
1  wiffe. 


2  [ 

= Thomas = 
Luckyn. 


B  1 

c 

=  Sr  Will’m  =pMildred  d.  of 

Lnckyn  of 

Sr  Gamaliell 

Litle  Wal- 

Capell  of 

tham  in 

Rookwoods 

com.  Essex 

Hall  in  com. 

Baronett. 

Essex  Knt. 

Jane  ux.  Bartholomew 
Cotton  of  Starston  in 
com.  Norffolk. 


Anne  ux.  Hugh 
Butler  of  John¬ 
ston  in  com. 
Pembroke. 


1  I 

Capell  Luckyn 
about  13  yere 
old. 


2  I 

William. 


I  I 

Elizabeth. 

Jane. 


3  I 

Thomas  Luckyn  of  Much- 
Waltham  in  com.  Essex. 


-Joane  d.  of  Gilbert  Lingfeld  of  Ipswich 
in  com.  Suffolk. 


i 

William  Luckyn  of  Much=pMary  d.  of  John  Graung  of  Much 
Waltham  1634.  Baddow  in  Essex. 


r 


i 


Wiil’m  Luckyn  3  yere  old  1634.  Jane.  Mary. 


Satftjm. 


Arms  same  as  Lukyn  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


d.= 


of  . .  . 
1  wife. 


-William  Lukyn  of =Thomasin  d.  &  coheire  of 
Sir  Huse  in  Bad-  Will’m  Walter  of  Roxwell 
dow  2  sonn.  in  com.  Essex  2  wife. 


1  I 


Mary  d.  of  John  Warde=Thomas  Lukyn=j= Joane  d.  of  Will’m 


of  Much  Baddow 
com.  Essex  1  wiffe. 


in 


of  Mashbery  in 
com.  Essex. 


Norris  of  Much 
Baddow  2  wife. 


r 


Walter— Jane  d.  of 
Lukyn  John  Skel¬ 
ton  late  of 
West  Han- 
ingffeld  in 
com.  Essex. 


I 

Catherin  wid-=Henery=j=Hanna 


of 
Mash¬ 
bery 
1634. 


dow  ofWortley 
Jesop  of  ...  . 
in  com.  Nott¬ 
ingham  1  wife. 


Lukyn. 


2  wife. 


1|  1|  3  |  | 

William.  Henery.  Walter  ob.  infant.  Catherin. 


John  Lukyn  of  Ash- 
elden  in  com.  Essex 
Clarke. 


I 

Edward- 

Lukyn. 


=Rose  d.  of 
Abell  of  Mar- 
geton  (Mar- 
garetting)  in 
com.  Essex. 


Rose.  Catherin. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


439 


Outlier. 

(No.  1.) 


1  wife. 


=Richard  Luther  al’s  Hewett  of= 
Stapleford  Tawney  com.  Essex. 


1  I 

William  John  Luther  al’s  Hewetfc 
s.p.  of  Sutton  in  Stapleford 
Tawney. 


I 


2  wife. 


rJoane  d.  of 
....  Winter- 
sloade. 


Thomas  Luther=p 
al’s  Hewet. 


.  d.  of 
Goudge. 


Richard  Luther  Thomas  Luther=pCatherin  d.  of  Robert  Richard  Luther  al’s=p 


of  Sutton  s.p. 


of  Stapleford 
Tawney  a0  1634 


Bourne  of  Blakehall  Hewet  of  Kelvedon 


in  com.  Essex. 


in  com.  Essex  a0 1634. 


1  I 

Thomas  Luther  aged 
about  8  yeares. 


I 


Catherin.  Mary.  Anne.  Anthony  Luther. 


Outlier. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Argent,  tivo  tars  sable,  in  chief  three  round  buckles  azure.  [Luther.] 

Crest. — Two  arms  in  armour,  embowed  proper,  in  the  hands  a  round  buckle  or. 

[Luther.] 

Both  testified  by  Camden  Clar. 


Rich.  Luther  of  Mileses  in  the  p’ish  of  Kelvindon 
(Kelvedon)  in  com.  Essex  liveing  1634. 


Luther. 


Anthony  Luther  esqr.=Jane  d.  of  Gil-  Thomas=Bridgett  d.  of 
eldest  sonne  a  Bares- 
ter  of  the  Midle 
Temple  &  Justice  of 
peace  in  the  countie 
of  Essex  1634. 


bert  Arme- 
strong  of  .  .  . 
in  com.  Nott. 


I  1  I  2  || 

Richard  Gilbert.  Mary  & 
Luther.  Jane. 


Glascock  of 
Dodinghurst 
in  com. 
Essex. 


Thomas 

Luther. 


I  2 

Anthony. 


Bridgett  & 
Mary. 


Phillip  ux.  John 
Perm  of  Stan- 
sted  Mount- 
ffitchet  in  com. 
Essex. 


Elizabeth  & 
Mary. 


440 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


ilpngtoooti* 

Arms. — Azure,  on  a  saltire  between  four  fleurs  de  lis  or  five  annulets  gules.  [Lynq- 
wood.] 

John  Lyngwood  of  Brayntree  in  com.  Essex  descended^.  .  .  . 
from  the  Lingwoods  of  Hereford  or  Gloster. 


Geoffrey  Lyngwood-pElizabeth  d.  of  John  Sibthorpe  of  Great  Bardfeld 
of  Brayntree.  I  in  com.  Essex  by  the  dau.  of  M.  Berners. 


William  Lyngwood  of  Brayntree=pMary  d.  of  Thomas  Wilson  of 
&  of  Barnards  Inne  1634.  I  Booking  in  com.  Essex. 


|  1  |2 

Will’m  Lyngwood  19  yeare  old  1634.  John  Lyngwood. 


24mm. 


Arms. — Gules,  a  demi-lion  rampant,  langued  and  armed  azure,  a  bordure  sable 
bezantee,  a  mullet  for  difference.  [Lynne.] 


John  Lynne  of  Wormingfford  in  com.  Essex- 
descended  out  of  the  Lynnes  of  Bassingborne 
in  com.  Cambridge. 


: Allice  d.  &  heire  of 
Sr  Will’m  Bulmer 
of  Bulmer  Knt. 


William  Lynne  of  Worminffordr 
al’s  Withermonfford. 


r 


: Allice  d.  of  Pamont 
of  Suffolk. 


William  Lynne  of=j=Ellinor  d.  of  John  Abell  of  Berholt  Sackvile 
Wormingfford.  (West  Bergholt)  in  com.  Essex. 


Audrey  d.  of= 
Sr  John 
Watts  Knt. 
somtime 
lord  Maior 
of  London 
1  wiffe. 


= William  Lynne  of= 
Wormingfford  & 
of  Little  Horksley 
in  com.  Essex 
esqr.  one  of  the 
Justices  of  the 
peace  for  this 
county. 


=Martha  d.  of  Fran¬ 
cis  Barnham  of 
London  gent, 
relict  Francis 
Rogers  of 
Surrey  2  wiffe. 


Mary  ux. 
Robert  Wes¬ 
ton  of  Pres- 
ted  Hall  (in 
Feering)  in 
com.  Essex. 


Ellinor  ux. 
Robert 
(?)  Rosse  of 
Stoke  Nay- . 
land  in  com. 
Suffolk. 


1 

John 

1  1 

Thamer. 

Margarett  ux.  Wm. 

1 

Audrey  ux. 

Ellinor  ux. 

1  2 

William 

Lynne 

about 

18  yere 
old 

1634. 

Audrey. 

Abell  of  Berholt 
Sackvile  (West 
Bergholt)  in  com. 
Essex. 

James  Brond 
of  Boxford  in 
com.  Suffolk. 

Thomas  St. 
Lawrance 

2  sonn  of  the 
Lord  of  Howth 
in  Ireland. 

Lynne. 

THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


441 


Ipon. 


Robert  Lyon  of  Much  Baddow=p 
in  com.  Essex. 


John  Lyon  of  Milde  Inn  (?  Mile  End)=rThomazin  d.  of  Fisher  of 
in  com.  Middlesex.  Ipswich  in  com.  Suffolk. 


|  1  |  2 
William  Lyon  of  SpringfFeld= Joane  d.  of  Richard  Roofe  of  John  Lyon, 
in  com.  Essex  1634.  Runsell  in  com.  Essex. 


jHacijell. 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Sable,  three  greyhounds  courant  in  pale  argent,  collared  or,  a 
bordure  of  the  second.  [Machell.]  2.  Paly  of  six  argent  and  gules,  on  a 
chief  sable  a  lion  passant  gardant  of  the  first.  [Loddington.]  3.  Argent,  two 
bars  gules,  on  a  canton  of  the  second  a  cross  moline  or.  [Kirkby.]  4.  Per 
fess  azure  and  or  a  pale  counter  changed,  three  lions  rampant  gardant  of  the 
second.  [  ] 

Crest. — A  camel's  head  erased  or,  ducally  gorged  argent.  [Machell.] 


John  Machell.=j=.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Leyborne. 


John  Machell  sheri  ff=p  Jane  d.  of  Henry  Loddington=Sr  Thomas  Cham- 


of  London  first 
husband. 

by  Jane  d.  &  heir  of  Will’m  berlaine  Knt. 

Kirkby.  2  husband. 

1  2 

Mathew  = 
Machell. 

1 

f=Mary  d.  of  Edward  Lewknor  .  .  .  .  ux . Rich,  mother  of 

of  Sussex.  Sr  Nathaniel  Rich  Knt. 

John  Machell  of  ....  in  com.  Surrey.  Dorathey.  Jane.  Elizabeth. 

Frances  d.  of  WiH’m=pJohn  Machell  of  Woodbury  in  com.=pUrsula  d.  of  Sr  Francis 


Cotton  of  Panfield 
Hall  com.  Essex 
1  wife. 


Cambridge  &  in  commission  of  the 
peace  for  Middlesex  one  of  the 
captains  of  the  horse  at  Tilbury  camp. 


Hynde  of  Maddingly 
in  com.  Cambridge 
2  wife. 


442 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


I  A 


John  Machell  of=j=Catherin  d.  of  Jasper 
Edmonton  Leake  of  Wyer  Hall 

died  before  his  in  Edmonton  in  com. 

father.  Middlesex  esqr. 


Frances 
ux.  Fitch 
of  Essex. 


Will’m  Judith  ux. 

s.p.  William  Baber 

of  Lincolns 
Inn  ob.  s.p. 


John  Machell  of  Woodbury  afore-=pElizabeth  d.  of  James  Phillip  now  Anne, 
said  co.  Essex  &  of  Chigwell  Godscall  of  London  in  Holland. 

Cossen  &  beire  of  John  Machell  marchant  stranger, 
his  grandfather  a0  1634. 


I  |  2  |  3 

James  Machell  about  7  yeares  Thomas.  Edmond, 
of  age  1634. 


I  4 

John. 


jflan. 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Or,  a  chevron  engrailed  ermine  between  three  lions  sable.  [Man.] 

Crest  (?). — An  otter  statant  gules,  eared  or.  [Man.] 

An  Augmentation  of  the  Armes  &  graunt  of  Crest  unto  John  Man  esqr.  Warden 
&  Master  of  Merton  College  in  the  university  of  Oxford  by  letters  patents  granted 
to  him  by  Will’m  Harvey  Clarenceulx  King  of  Arms  given  at  London  the  iiijth  of 
January  1565. 


John  Man  Warden  of  Merton  Colledg  in  Oxford  &  deane=j=Francis  d.  of  Edmond 


of  Gloster  buried  in  the  chancel  of  St.  Anns  Church 
Aldersgate  London  w’th  a  gravestone  &  Arms. 


Herenden  of  London 


mercer. 


Edith  d.  of  James  Fitz-=fWiH’m  Man=j=Margerett  d.  of  Stephen 


hugh  of  Little  Aston 
( ?  Easton)  in  com. 
Essex  1  wife. 


of  Lyndsell 
in  Essex. 


Sandford  of  Shellow 
Bowells  in  com.  Essex 
2  wife. 


I 

Elizabeth  ux. 
Will’m  Hatley 
of  Copley  in 
com.  Bedford. 


|4 

Thomas 

Man. 


|  5  |  6 
Symond. 

Issraell. 


Jane  ux.  John 
Sullman  of 
Lyndsell. 


Mary  ux.  Thom. 
Cock  of  Caven¬ 
dish  in  com. 
Suff. 


I 


Frances.  Judith. 
Margerett.  Martha. 
Anne. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


443 


La 


1 1 

John  Man  of  Hat-=j 
field  Broadoak  in 
com.  Essex. 

pMargerett  d.  of  .  .  . 
Dowsett  of  Hatfield 
Broad  Oak  in  com. 
Essex. 

1  2 

.  Edmond=.  ...  d.  of  ...  . 
Man.  Skinner  of 

Brayntree  in 
com.  Essex. 

1  3 

Henry 

Man. 

1  1 

Will’m  Man  of  (Hatfield)=pSara  d.  of 
Broadoak  a0  1634.  Anthony 

Markhall. 

1  2 

John. 

Frances  ux.  John 
Thredgold  of  Little 
Hallingbery. 

Jane. 

John  Man  3  yeres  old  1634. 


jftlatt. 


(No.  2.) 


Gregory  Man  of  Much  Ayston=j= 
(Easton)  in  com.  Essex. 


Robert  Man  of=p Phillip  d.  of  Thomas  Moore  a 


London  grocer. 


procter  of  the  Arches. 


William  Man  of  Horn-=Catherin  d.  of  Arkenstall 
church  1634.  relict  Daniell  Moore. 


jHantooati, 


John  Man  wood  of  Lincolns=pMary  d.  of  Gilford 
Inn  Councellor  at  law. 


of , 
Kent. 


m  com. 


Vide  the  booke 
of  Kent  for 
the  Arms. 


Thornes  Manwood  of  Bromfield=F Anne  d.  of  Sr 


in  com.  Essex  sometime  of 
Lincolns  Inn. 


Thornes  Low  of 
London  Knt. 


John  Manwood 
a  Councellor  in 
Lincolns  Inn. 


Anne  eldest  daughter 
aged  about  5  yeares. 


Mary  aged  about 
3  yeares. 


Anne  Man- 
wood  a 
maid. 


444 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


iflarlar. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron purpure  between  three  escallops  sable.  [Marlar.]  p’  Rob. 
Cooke. 

Thomas  Marlar  he  made  his  will  1540.=j=Margerett  d.  of  White. 


Will’m  Marlar  of  Kelvedon  hee  made=j=Margerett  d.  of  Thom.  Perye  of 
his  will  37  of  Q.  Elizabeth.  Bardfeild  in  com.  Essex. 


Will’m  Marlor  of  Kelvedon.=j=Jane  d.  of  Saperton  of  Saling  in  com.  Essex. 
_ ! _ 

I  I 

Arthur  Marlar  of  Navestock=pJoane  d.  of  John  Howe  Allice  ux.  William  Hud- 


in  com.  Essex  gent. 


of  Navestock  in  com.  son  of  Bradgate  in  com. 
Essex  relict  Hawkes.  Kent  esqr. 


Arthur  Marlar  of  Navestock  only  son  &=pAnne  d.  of  Will’m  Crompe  of  South- 


heir  now  living  1634. 


weald  in  com.  Essex. 


1  |  2  J  3  |  | 

Arthur  Marlar  6  yeare  old  1634.  William.  Thomas.  Anne. 


iHavsfjam,  jflasljam. 

Arms  and  Crest  of  Marsham  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Thomas  Marsham  descended  of  the  Marshams=p 
of  the  north  &  soe  came  to  Norwich  &  from 
thence  to  Badwell  Ashe  in  com.  Suff. 


John  Marsham  of  Badwell  Ashe  in  com. 
Suff.  gent,  son  &  heire. 


:Catherin  d.  of  Cage 
of  Suff. 


Will’m  Marsham  of  London  Alderman  &  shreeve=p.  .  .  .  daughter  to  a  Dutchman 
of  the  same  a0  1583  sonne  of  John.  I  in  low  contries. 

a  | 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


445 


A 


Will’m  Marsham  of  ...  .  in=r.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Colton  Catherin  ux.  Raffe  War- 

coni.  Essex  esqr.  sonne  &  was  afterwards  the  lady  cope  of  Oxfordshire, 

heire.  Castelion. 


Sr  Will’m  Marsham  of  High  Laver  in==Elizabeth  d.  of  Sr  Francis  Barington  of 


com.  Essex  baronet  a0  1634. 


Barington  Hall  Knt.  &  Baronett. 


Will’m  Marsham  eldest  son  &  heir 
apparent  aged  about  18  yeares. 


2  I 

John. 


Francis.  Joane. 


JElartjnt. 

Arms. — Azure,  three  tendlels  argent,  a  chief  ermine.  [Martyn.] 

Crest. — An  ermine  “  head  browmish”  [Martyn.] 

A  confirmation  of  these  Armes  &  creast  by  letters  patents  dated  the  last  day  of 
August  1615  to  Will’m  Martin  of  London  the  sonn  of  Cuthbert  Martin  sonn  of 
Wfil’m  Martin  descended  from  the  Martins  of  Lankeshire. 


William  Martyn  of  ....  in  com.  Lincon.=j= 


Cuthbert  Martyn  of  London  esqre.=pMargerett  d.  of  Randall  Manyng 
sumtime  Alderman  of  London.  I  of  London  esqre. 


Sr  Will’m  Martyn  of  Woodford  in  com.=pMary  d.  of  Sr  Henry  Lee  of 
Essex  Knt.  1634.  Woodford  Knt. 


1  |  2  |  3  |  1  |  2  |  3  |  4  | 

Will’m  Cuthbert.  John  Mary.  Catherin.  Elizabeth.  Frances. 
Martyn.  Martyn. 


446 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


jfilatumlL 

Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  maunches  sable.  [Maunsell.] 

Richard  Maunsell  of  Chichley=pJoane  d.  of  Thomas  Potter  of 
in  com.  Bucks  gent.  Newport  Pagnell  in  com.  Bucks. 


Thomas  Maunsell=j=Agnes  d.  of  Moreton  relict  John  M aunsell=f=D ora th ey  d. 


of  Chichley  in 
com.  Bucks. 


Will’m  Everett  of  Oundell 
in  com.  Northampton. 


of  Haversham 
in  com.  Bucks. 


of 
Smyth. 


1 1 

2  1 

3  1 

John=pCatherin 

Thomas  Maunsell 

Richard 

Maunsell 

d.  of 

sea  Capt.  now  liv- 

Maunsell 

ofChich- 

Richard 

ing  in  Ireland  mar. 

of  the 

ley  in 

Wardeof 

Aphra  d.  of  Sr 

Midle 

com. 

Hurste 

Will’m  Crayfordof 

Temple 

Bucks. 

in  com. 
Berks. 

Kent. 

ob.  s.p. 

Samuell=Nightingale  d.  & 
Maunsell  coheir  of  Edward 
of  the  Furtho  of  Cos- 

Midle  grove  in  com. 

Temple  Northton. 
councellor 
at  law 


1  I 

John  Maunsell  of  Woodford=f=Susan  d.  of  Humfrey 


m  com.  Essex 
law  a0  1634. 


barester  at 


Phipps  of 
Merchant. 


London 


2  I 

Thomas  Maunsell 
of  the  Middle 
Temple. 


1  |  2  | 
Robert  Maunsell  5  yers  Charles, 
old  &  more  a0  1634. 


3  I 

John. 


>  | 

Richard. 


Dorathey. 


JHajcrp. 

Arms  and  Crest  as  in  Yis.  of  1612,  both  granted  to  Anthony  Maxey,  1587,  by 
Cook,  Claren. 


Anthony  Maxey  of  Brad-=pDorathey  d.  of  Gregory  Bassett  &  his 


well  juxta  Coggeshall. 


sole  heir  by  the  coheir  of  Hynd. 


Sr  Henery  Maxey 
of  Bradwell 
iuxta  Cogshall 
ob.  s.p. 


2  I 

S1'  Will’m  Maxey=j=Helena  d.  of  Sr 


of  Bradwell  iuxta 
Cogeshall  brother 
&  heire  of  Sr 
Henery  liveing 
1634. 

A 


Edward  Grevile 
of  Hareles  Parke 
in  com.  Essex 
(?  Harolds 
Park  in  Naze- 
ing). 


Dorathey  ux.  Bridgett  ux. 
Sr  Edward  Edward 
Heron  Knt.  Wentworth 
sergeant  at  of  Booking 

law  one  of  hall  in  com. 

the  barons  of  Essex  esqr. 
the  Excheouer. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


447 


1 1 

Grevill  Maxey=f=Mildred  d.  of  William 
esqr.  1634.  Cooke  of  Hynam  in 
com.  Gloster  (High- 
nam  Court,  Newent, 
co.  Gloucester). 


2|  8|  Ml 

Henery  William  Mildred. 
Maxey.  Maxey.  — 

Elizabeth. 

Anne. 


Frances. 

Dorathey. 

Margarett. 


I  2  |  3  |  4  |  | 

Anthony  Maxey  about  5  yeres  old.  William.  Henery.  Grevile.  Helena. 


♦ 


Sr  Thomas  May  of  May-=pBarbara  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Rich,  sister  of  S1' 
ffeld  in  com.  Sussex.  Robert  Rich  of  Horndon  in  com.  Essex. 


George  May  of  Orsett  in  com.  Essex  3  sonn.=Anne  d.  of  .  .  .  . 


jHaphstom. 

Prooffe  of  theise  Armes  &  creaste  under  the  hand  of  Will’m  Camden 
Clarenceulx  King  of  Armes  unto  Robert  Maidston  of  Boxsted  in 
com.  Essex. 


Arms. — Or,  two  halberds  argent  in  saltire ,  a  crescent  gules  for  difference.  [Mayd- 
stone.] 

Crest. — A  crescent  argent,  in  front  a  column  or.  [  ] 


An  Escoch.  delivered  unto  them 
by  Mr  Raven  Richmond  herald 
res[pice]  for  proof. 


r 

Robert  Maydston 
of  Horksley. 

/K 


Robert  Maydston  of  Boxsted=j=Elizabeth 
in  com.  Essex.  Chambers. 


John  May dston=p Anne  d.  of  Wm.  Clop- 
of  Boxsted  ton  of  Groton  in  com. 

1634.  Suff. 


I 

Francis  Maydston 
slayne  &  dyed 
without  issue. 


I  1  |  2  |  | 

John  Mayd-= Elizabeth  d.  of  Raffe  Robert  Anne, 
ston.  Everard  of  Mashbury  Mayd-  — 

in  com.  Essex.  ston.  Martha. 


I  I 

Margery. 

Mary. 


448 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


JHtabe. 

(No.  1.) 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1.  Meade,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612.  2.  Ermine,  on  a  chief  quarterly 
gules  and  or  a  crescent  azure.  [  ]  3.  Vert,  on  a  chevron  argent 

three  roses  gules.  [Crowley.]  4.  Azure,  a  chevron  between  three  bugle  horns 
argent.  [ 

Thomas  Meade  sonn  of  Thomas. =f= 

_ I _ 

I  1  I 

Thomas  Meade  of  Elmdon=j=Joane  d.  &  coheire  of  Thomas  Crowley  Richard1 
in  com.  Essex.  of  (Wendon)  Loftes  in  com.  Essex.  Mede. 


Mary  d.  of  John  Hall  of  Ore=pJohn  Mede  of  Clayering=pCatherine  d.  of  George 
in  com.  Sussex  1  wife.  I  in  com.  Essex.  Webster  2  wife. 


|  1  |  2 
Robert  Mede.  Thomas. 


John  Mede. 


I  1 


Reignold. 


I  3 

Thomas. 


Loftes  in  com.  Essex  one  of 

Wlaiff*  of. . . 

1 

the  judges. 

in  North- 

| 

| 

umberland. 

Thomas. 

William. 

|1  I  I  II 

Sr  John  Mede=Catherin  d.  Richard  2. 


of  Wendon 
Loftes  in 
com.  Essex 
Knt.  1634. 


of  Thom. 
Corbett  of 
Sprowston 
in  com. 
Norfolk 
esqr. 


Charles  3. 
Robert  4. 
George  5. 


I 

Joane  ux. 
John  Pen- 
ruddock  of 
Compton 
Chamber- 
lain  in  com. 
Wilts. 


I  I  I 

Bar-  Dorathey  1  ux.  God- 
bara.  dard  after  to  Cap- 
taine  Cooke  of 
Chrisell  in  com. 
Essex. 

Mary  ux.  John 
George  of  London. 


|  1  |  2 
Thomas  Meade  14  yere  old  John 
1634  (d.  13  May  1678  Meade, 
bur.  at  Wendon  Loftes).f 


I  3 
Simon. 


Anne.  Bridgett  2.  Elizabeth  4. 
Joane  3.  Dorathey  5. 


*  So  in  original  Visitation,  but  1  Olyff  intended,  or  more  probably  Wy cliff. 
f  See  ‘  Hist,  of  Essex,’  8vo  (1770),  vol.  iii.,  pp.  63 — 65. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


449 


♦ 


(No.  2.) 


Arms.— Sable,  on  a  chevron  between  three  pelicans  or  an  escucheon  gules.  [Meade.] 


John  Meade  of  Much  Easton  co.  Essex.=j=Ellen  d.  of  Collins. 

I 


ohn 


John  Meade  of  Much=pJane  d.  of  John  Glascock  of  Rokeswell 


Easton  second  son. 


(Roxwell)  co.  Essex. 


I 


John  Meade  of  Much  Easton=rElizabeth  d.  of  Robert  Sandford 


gent,  a0  1634. 


of  Chapell  al’s  Pontisbright. 


I  1 

John  Meade 
aged  about 
14  yeares 
1634. 


2.  Robert. 

3.  Thomas. 


I  I 

4.  George. 

5.  Phillip. 


6.  William. 

7.  Andrew. 


Jane. 

Eliza¬ 

beth. 


Agnes. 

Susan. 


Thomas  Meade  of  Henham  in=pElizabeth  daught. 
com.  Essex  eldest  sonne.  I  of ...  . 


John  Meade  of=j=Thomazin  Pening- 
Matching  in  ton  d.  of  Robert 

com.  Essex  Penington  in 

eldest  sonne  of  com.  Essex. 
Thomas. 


I  3 

Thomas 
Meade  of 
Henham. 

/K 


I2  J 

William.  Margerett  1  ux . 

zfs  Humfrey  after  mar. 

William  Yonge  &  by 
both  had  yssue. 


John  Meade*j=Bridgett  d.  of  John  William  2  sonne  of  John  Clarke=pAnne  d.  of 


of  Matching 
son  &  heire. 


Bugg  of  the  county 
of  Warwick. 


of  Barnish  Rooding  (Berners 
Roothing)  in  com.  Essex. 


Richard 

Glascock. 


I 

John  son  &  heire  aged 
about  4  years  1634. 


Elizabeth.  Mary.  Bridgett. 


William.  Thomazin. 


450 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


JHeatie. 

(No.  3.) 

Edward  Meade  of  Berdon  Hall  com.  Essex.=p  Agnes  Burton. 


|  1  |  2  |  3  | 

John  Edward  Meade  lived  Bichard  Meade=j=Margerett  Thomas  Meade  of 


Meade. 

with  Judge  Meade 

of  Berdon 

Stock. 

Lime  Street  London 

his  cossen. 

Hall. 

marchant. 

Thomas  Meade=p Joane 

1  2 

Eichard 

Martha.  Sara  ux. 

1 

Joane  ux. 

Elizabeth  ux. 

of  Stansted 

d.  of 

Meade. 

John 

Thom. 

Tobias  Bridg 

Mountfi  tchet 

Day. 

Clarke 

Cleygatt 

of  Hatfield 

co.  Essex 

of  Lon- 

(?  Cla- 

Broadoak. 

a0  1634. 

don. 

gett). 

Thomas  Meade  eldest  son.  Eichard.  John.  Edward.  Joane.  Martha. 


Arms. — Or,  a  bend  between  three  cross  crosslets  gules,  in  dexter  chief  a  crescent  argent. 
[Merell.] 


Merell.=x= 


Walter  Merell=p  Christopher  Merell  of  London  Goldsmyth  hee  lyeth  buried 
of  Ipswich.  I  at  Barking  in  Essex  with  these  Armes  upon  his  gravestone. 


Walter  Merell- 
of  Ipswich. 


rAnne  d.  of  Hawes 
of  Ipswich. 


Cisseley  ux.  John  Nicholls  of 
Brundish  in  Suffolk. 


Walter  Merell  of  Shenfield  in  com.  Essex=j= Annie  d.  of  John 
&  of  London  merchant  1634.  I  Dade  of  London. 


|1  |2 
Walter  Merell  son  &  heire  aparant  Jonathan  Merell. 
about  3  yeares  old  1634. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


451 


f 


jBlftletott* 

Richard  Midleton  of  the  county  of  Denbigh.=j= 


Sr  Thomas  Midleton*  Knt.  sometime=p.  ...  d.  of  Alderman  Taylor  of 
lord  Maior  of  London  a  yonger  sonn.  London  his  2  wife. 


Timothey  Midleton  of  Stansted  Mountfitchett=pMartha  d.  &  sole  heire  of  Robert 


gent,  a0  1634,  second  sonn  of  Sr  Thomas. 


Johnson  of  London,  Alderman. 


1  I  2  |  |  |  I  |  I 

Thomas  Robert  Martha.  Elizabeth.  Mary.  Anne.  Barbara. 
Myddleton.  Myddleton. 


jHilhcmte. 

Arms  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  a  mullet  for  difference. 

John  Milborne  of  Dunmowe=pElinor  d.  of  Meade  of  Great 
in  com.  Essex.  Easton  in  com.  Essex. 


i  r 


2  I 


John  Milborne  of=pJoane  d.  of  John  Slade  of  Coventry  Raphe  Milborne. 


Marks  in  Dunmow 
in  com.  Essex. 


in  com.  Warwick  by  the  niece  of 
Judge  Weston. 


2  I 

Philip  ux.  Richard 
Barnard  of  Dun¬ 
mow  in  com.  Essex. 


3  I 

Anne  ux.  Thom. 
Aylett  of  Cogges- 
hall  in  com.  Essex. 


4| 

Mary  ux.  George  Ay¬ 
lett  of  Dunmowe  in 
com.  Essex. 


I 

Judith  ux.  Ed¬ 
ward  Cooke  of 
London. 


Robert  Milborne 

= Allice  d.  of 

2  I 

James=j=Anne  d.  of 

Ellenor  ux. 

1  1 

Elizabeth  ux . 

of  Marks  in 

William 

Mil- 

Will’ in 

John  Vin- 

Edward  of  Bel- 

Dunmow  in  com. 

Bragg  of 

borne 

Burr  of 

cent  of 

cham  Woding 

Essex  1634. 

Bulmer  in 

of 

Little  Can- 

Dunmow 

(?  Beauchamp 

com.  Essex. 

Can- 

feld. 

feld  in 
com.  Essex. 

in  com. 
Essex. 

Roothing)  in 
com.  Essex. 

1  I  2  |  1  | 

Robert  Milborne  13  yere  old  1634.  James  Milborne.  Anne. 


3  I 

Alice. 


2  I 

Susan. 


*  He  died  12  Aug.  1631,  and  was  buried  in  the  chancel  of  Stansted  Mountfitchett  Church. 
The  inscription  and  particulars  of  his  descendants  are  given  in  the  ‘  History  of  Essex,’  8vo  (1770), 
vol.  iii.,  p.  21  et  seq.,  by  which  it  appears  he  had  four  wives,  by  the  first  of  whom  he  had  Thomas 
(Knt.),  son  and  heir  ;  by  the  second  Timothy  and  two  daughters, — Esther  (who  d.  26  Jan.  1604), 
who  m.  Sir  Henry  Salisbury  of  Llewennye  (?  Llanynys)  in  the  county  of  Denbigh,  Esq.  (?  Knt. 
and  Bart.),  and  Mary,  who  m.  Sir  J.  Mainard,  Knight  of  the  Bath.  Esther  Salisbury  was  also 
buried  in  the  same  chancel.  See  also  pedigree  of  the  Middletons  in  ‘  Le  Neve’s  Knights  ’  (Harl. 
Soc,),  p.  304. 


452 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


JHtltrmap* 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Mildhay.  2.  Le  Rowse.  3.  Cornish,  a  martlet 
for  difference. 


Sr  Walter  Myldmay  of  Apthorpe= 
in  com.  Northampton  Chancellor 
of  the  exchequer  &  one  of  privie 
councell  to  H.  8. 


1  I 

S'  Anthony  Myldmay 
of  Apthorpe  Knight 
father  of  Mary 
Countess  of  West¬ 
morland. 


:Mary  sister  of  Sr 
Francis  Walsing- 
ham  Knt.  secretary 
of  State. 


2  I 

Humffrey  Myld¬ 
may  of  Danbury 
in  com.  Essex. 


I  I  I 

=Mary  d.  of  Hen.  Martha. 
Capell  of  Had-  — 
ham  in  com.  Winiffrid. 
Hertford  esqr.  — 

Catherin. 


Ill  2| 

Sr  Humffrey=pJane  d.  of  Sr  3.  John.  Sr  Henery  Myld-=j=Anne  d.  &  coheire 


Myldmay  of 
Danbury  Knt. 
justice  of 
peace  1634. 


John  Croftes 
of  Saxham  in 
com.  Suffolk. 


4.  Anthony 
& 

Mary. 


may  Knt.  Mr  of 
the  Jewell  Howse 
1634. 


of  William  Hally- 
day  of  London 
Alderman. 


1  I 

John  Myld¬ 
may  about 
12  yere  old. 


Ill  I 

2.  Humffrey.  Ceciley. 

3.  Edward. 

4.  Anthony. 


1  I 

Will’m  Myld¬ 
may  11  yere 
old  1634. 


2  I  III 

Henery.  1.  Susan. 

2.  Anne 

& 

3.  Mary. 


jHtlbntap. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms  and  Crest. — Mildmay  quartering  Le  Rowse  and  Cornish,  as  in  Vis.  of 
1612,  both  bearing  a  mullet  on  a  crescent  for  difference. 


1 


Thomas  Mildmay  of  Chelmsford  esqr.=pAnne  d.  of  Reade. 

 I 


Thomas  Mildmay  of=j=Avice  d.  Mary  ux.  Mathew  Bernard.  Thomazin  ux. 


Moulsham  in  com. 
Essex  esqr. 

A 


of  ....  Arms. — Arg.  a  beare  Anthony  Bour- 

Glunson.  muzzled  sable  saliant.  chier  esqr. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


453 


A| 


Sr  Thomas  Mildmay  of=j=Lady  Frances  Radcliff  d.  of  Henry 


Moulsham  Knt. 


Earle  of  Sussex. 


Sr  Thomas  Mild- = Elizabeth  d.  of 
mayof Moulsham  Sr  John  Puck- 
Knt.  &  Baronet  ering  Knt. 
ob.  s.p.  Lord  Chaun- 

cellor  of  Eng¬ 
land. 


Sr  Henery  Mild¬ 
may  of  Waltham 
&  now  of  Mouls¬ 
ham  Knt.  brother 
&  heire. 


-Elizabeth  d. 
of  Thomas 
Darcye  of 
....  in 
com.  Essex 
&  his  coheire. 


Anne  ux. 
Roger 
Apleton 
Knt.  & 
baronet. 


1  I  I 

Robert  Bridgett  ux.  Anthony 

Mildmay.  Penning  of  Ipswich 

&  had  issue  Henery 
&  Anthony. 


'I'  J  I  I  I 

2.  Henery.  Frances.  Mary.  Anne. 

3.  Charles.  Elizabeth. 

4.  Thomas. 


John  Mild¬ 
may  of  Cre- 
tingham  in 
com.  Suffolk. 


Sr  Walter  Mildmay  of 
Apthorpe  in  com. 
Northampton  chan¬ 
cellor  of  the  exchequer. 


Will’m  Mildmay=f=.  ...  d.  of  Joane  ux. 
of  Barnes  in  Paschall  Christopher 

Springfeld.  of  Much  Payton  esqr. 

Baddow. 


I 


Sr  Thomas  Mildmay  of  Barnes^ Allice  d.  of  Winthorpe  of 
in  Springfeld.  Groton  in  com.  Suffolk. 


1  I 

Will’ra  Mildmay  dyed  in  the  liffe= 
of  his  father. 


:Margerett  d.  of  Sr  George  Harvey  of  Marks 
Knt.  liftennant  of  the  tower. 


Sr  Thomas  Mildmay  of=.  ...  1  d.  of  Sr  John 
Barnes  Knt.  Ernley  Knt. 


Carew  Mildmay  al’s  Harvey 
of  Markes. 


d. 


2  I 

= Thomas— . 


3  I 


I 


Mild¬ 

may. 


.  .  d.  of=pSr  Henery  Mildmay=j=Anne  d.  of  Walter=i=Bridgett 


Sr  Wil¬ 
liam 

Harris  of 
Crixsey  in 
com. 
Essex 
1  wife. 


of  Graces  in  the 
p’ish  of  Litle  Badow 
Knighted  in  Ire¬ 
land  by  Sr  Arther 
Chichester  then 
Lord  deputy  about 
the  end  of  Aprill  3 
Jacob.  Rex. 


Brampton 
Gordon  of 
Assington 
in  com. 
Suff.  esqr. 
1  wife. 


Mild¬ 
may  of 
Bad¬ 
dow 
1634. 


d.  of  Am¬ 
brose  Jer- 
myn  of 
Rush- 
brooke  2 
brother  to 
Sr  Robert. 


1 

Henery  Walter.  Elizabeth. 
Mildmay. 


1  I 

Ambrose 

Mildmay. 


2  I  I 

Walter  Judith  ux.  Benjamin 
Mildmay.  Wallinger  of  the 
pipe  office. 


I  I 

Allice  ux.  Harlakenden  of  Earles  Colne  in  com.  Essex.  Mary. 


I 

Frances. 


454 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


JHtUrmag* 


(No.  3.) 


John  Mildmay  of  Chessingham  (?  Cretingham)=j=Frances  d.  of 
in  com.  Suffolk  3  sonn  of  Thomas  Mildmay  of  Raynbow  of 
Chelmsfford  elder  brother  of  Sr  Walter.  Ipswich. 


John  Mildmay=f= 
of  Pritlewell. 


I  2 

Robert  Mildmay  of  Tarling=Joane  d.  of 
in  com.  Essex  1634  who  Sr  Richard 
fined  for  Shreeve  &  Alder-  Deane  of 
man  of  London.  London  Kt. 


Marian  nx. 
Andrew 
Atwood  of 
Wiltshire. 


Will’m  Mildmay  of  Woodham  Walter.=p 


Robert  Mildmay. 


JHUfcmap. 


(No.  4.) 

Arms. — Mildmay,  Le  Rowse,  Cornish,  and  Harvey,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Will’m  Mildmay  ob.  in  the  life  of=pMargerett  d.  of  Sr  George  Harvey  of 
his  father  Sr  Thomas  Mildmay.  Marks  knt.  liftennant  of  the  Tower. 


Carew  Mildmay  al’s  Hervey  of  Marks  in  Romflford=p Dorathey  d.  of  Will’m  Gerrard 


2  brother  of  Sr  Thomas  Mildmay  of  Barnes  Knt. 
adopted  heire  to  Sr  Gawen  Harvey  Knt.  whose 
cossen  &  heire  he  was. 


of  Harrow  on  the  Hill  in 
com.  Middlesex  esqr. 
sister  of  Sr  Gilbert. 


|  1  |  2 
Gawen  Harvey  1634.  Francis. 


I  I 

Elizabeth.  Amy. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


455 


jHtllutjjton. 

Vide  the  last  Visitation  of  Cheshire  made  by  Sr  Ri.  St.  George,  fol.  79. 


Robert  Millington  of  Millington=f  Elizabeth  d.  of  James 
in  com.  Cester.  I  Domvile  of  Line. 


John  Millington 

2.  Roger. 

Geffrey  Millington= 

=Anne  d.  &  heire 

7.  Hugh. 

of  Millington 

— 

6  sonn  but  second 

of  Henery  Mylls 

— 

sonn  &  heire. 

3.  James. 

after  his  brothers 

of  Sheriff  Hales 

8.  Henry. 

/K 

4.  William. 

5.  George. 

s.p. 

death. 

in  com.  Stafford. 

9.  Richard. 

I  1 

Walter  Millington 
of  Sheriff  Hales 
in  com.  Stafford. 


I  2 

William  Millington  of=pJoane  d.  of  James 
Stratford  Langton  Merriman  of 

(Langthorne)  in  com.  Stratford  Langton 
Essex,  1634.  (Langthorne). 


I  3 

Henery. 


James  Millington  sonn  &  heire  one  yeare  old  1634.  Catherin. 


JHoow, 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — A  fess  between  three  moor  cocks  proper.  [Moore.] 

This  coate  is  certified  by  Thomas  Scott  to  bee  by  him  seen  on  a  seale  some  40 
yeares  since  &  to  be  the  seale  of  armes  of  Thomas  Moore  Esqre  father  of  the  said 
Hunting  Moore  &  that  Robert  Scott  his  father  did  weare  the  same  about  his  neck 
in  a  scarflfe  about  xx  yeares  in  witnes  whearof  I  have  sett  to  my  hand 

Tho.  Scott. 


Thomas  Moore  of  Orsett  in=j=Anne  d.  of  Richard=pRcbert  Scott  of  Chig- 


com.  Essex  esqre.  (J.P.)  for 
the  county  of  Essex. 


Hunting  of  Dagen¬ 
ham. 


well  in  com.  Essex 
2  husband. 


Hunting  Moore  of  Dagenham=pMargerett  d.  of .  .  .  .  Julio  Scott, 
in  com.  Essex  1634  servant  Arkenstall  of  Reigate 
to  the  Queens  Majesty.  in  com.  Surrey. 


I  1  I  2  |  “  |  | 

Hunting  moore  11  yeare  old  1634.  Samwell.  Anne.  Margerett.  Elizabeth. 


456 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


fflooxt. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Argent,  tivo  hounds  courant  sable,  on  a  chief  azure  three  mullets  or  [Moore], 
quartering  sable  two  ‘pales  or,  on  a  fess  gules  three  fleurs  de  Us  of  the  second. 
[Gent.] 

Crest. — A  Moor's  head  sable,  crowned  or.  [Moore.] 

Exemplified  by  l’res  pattents  to  John  More  &  Edmond  More  sons  of  Thomas 
Moore  son  &  heire  of  Robert  More  of  the  county  of  Lincolne  gent,  by  Robt.  Cooke 
Clar.  dated  the  14  of  July  1593,  34  of  Q.  Elizabeth. 


Robert  Moore  of=f=Joane  d.  &  coheire  of 
Lincolnshire.  Gent  of  Norfolk. 


Thomas  Moore.=F 


I  1 

John  Moore  secretary 
to  Queene  Anne 
Bullen. 


I  2 

Edmond  Moore  of  the=pElizabeth  d.  of  Hanmer 


parish  of  Shoreditch 
in  com.  Middlesex. 


Aunt  of  Sr  Thomas 
Hanmer  of  Hanmer  Knt. 


Edmond  More  of  Stratford  Langthorne=pElizabeth  d.  of  Isaac  Kilbome 
in  com.  Essex  gent.  of  London  mercer. 


|  1  |  2 
Thomas  More  23  yere  old  1634.  Edmond. 


I  3 

David. 


Elizabeth. 


Anne. 


JWortiaunt 


Arms  same  as  Mordaunt,  Shield  No.  2,  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


William  Mordaunt  of  Hempsted  in  com.=p  Agnes  d.  &  heire  of  Thom. 
Essex  second  brother  to  John  Baron  Huntingdon  of  Hempsted 
Mordaunt  of  Turvey.  in  com.  Essex  gent. 


Robert  Mordaunt 
of  Hempsted 
ancestor  of  Sr 
Robert  Mordaunt 
knt.  &  baronett. 


1  2  , 

Christopher 
Mordaunt 
ob.  s.p. 


Edmond  Mordaunt  of  Thun-=pAgnes  d.  of  Rich- 


derley  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 
somtime  high  shreeve  &  on  of 
the  justices  of  the  peace  for 
this  county. 


ard  Baron  Rich  of 
Lees  &  lord  high 
Chancellor  of 
England. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


457 


Henry  Mor-=j=Susan  d.  of  Symon 
daunt  of  Belknap  of  Knole 

Thunderley  in  in  Kent, 
com.  Essex. 


2.  Edward. 

3.  Hugh. 


Gertrude 

ux.West- 

ley. 


Henry  Mordaunt  of  Thun¬ 
derley  esqr.  captaine  of  a 
trained  band  of  men  for 
this  county  1634. 


^Barbara  d.  of 
Henry  Brad¬ 
bury  of  Little- 
bury  in  com. 
Essex. 


Elizabeth 
ux.  Thomas 
Adams  of 
Walden. 


A  I 


Agnes  .  .  .  .  ux. 
ux.  Stoughton  of 

Bol-  ....  com. 
ney.  North’ton. 


Dorathey  ux.  Hum- 
ffrey  Phipps  of 
London  merchant 
2  to  Richard  Man¬ 
sell  of  the  Middle 
Temple. 


John  Mor-  Henery 
daunt  about  Mor- 
18  yere  old  daunt. 
1634. 


Martha  ux. 
Thomas 
Cornell  of 
Wimbish. 


Barbara  2.  Jane  ux.  Will’m 

—  Brockett  of 

Mary  3.  Graveley  in 

com.  Hertfford. 


Frances. 


I  2 

Charles  Mor-=j= Armenia  Gilda 
daunt  of  d.  of  Sr  Will’m 

Hampsted  Wade  knt. 

in  com.  leftenant  of 

Middlesex.  the  Tower. 


Catherin 
ux.  Tho¬ 
mas  Cole 
of  Wal¬ 
den. 


I  3 

Ferdi- 

nando 

Mor¬ 

daunt 

ofLon- 

don. 


=.  .  .  .  d.  of 
Warde  of 
Bixley. 


Mabell  ux.  Thomas 
Spring  of  Loose- 
hall  in  Watesham 
in  com.  Essex 
(Pakenham,  co. 
Suffolk). 


William  Mordaunt.  Ferdinando  Mordaunt.  Dorathey. 


jfilortce. 


Arms. — Quarterly  as  m  4 th  Shield  under  Poyntz  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Crest. — As  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


James  Morrice  of  Roydon  in  com.  Essex.=p.  .  .  .  d.  &  heire  of  Buckbeard. 


Will’m  Morrice  of=p. 
Chipping  Ongar 
in  com.  Essex 
esqr. 

A 


:.  .  .  .  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Isaack 
of  Kent  (  Vaughan 
struck  out  in  the 
original). 

1  1 

2.  Rauffe. 

3.  Henry. 

1  1 

4.  Oliver. 

5.  Phillip. 

3  N 

458 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


_ A  1 

I  1 

James  Morice= Elizabeth 
of  Chipping  Madle. 
Ongar. 


I  2 

Thomas  Morice=pMargerett  d.  of  Oliver  Lynd 
of  Chipping  of  Coventry  in  com. 

Ongar.  Warwick. 


Thomas  Morice  of  Woodford  in  com.  Essex=f=Anne  d.  of  Raulph  Bayle 
&  one  of  the  Justices  of  the  peace  in  the  citizen  &  vintner  of 
city  of  Westminster.  London. 


|  1  I  2  |  3  |  | 

Raulph  Morice.  William.  Lionell.  Anne.  Elizabeth. 


Mott 

Arms. — Sable,  a  crescent  argent.  [Mott.] 

Crest. — An  estoile  of  eight  points  argent.  [Mott.] 

L’res  pattents  exemplified  by  Sr  Wm.  Segar  Garter  principal!  king  of  Armes  to 
Marke  Mott  of  Brayntree  in  com.  Essex  gent,  son  of  Tho.  Mott  of  Booking  gent, 
dated  10  November  1615  a0  13  King  James. 


Thomas  Mott  of  Booking  in=p Allice  d.  of  Meade. 


com.  Essex. 

Arms. — Sa.  a  crescent  ar. 


Arms. — Gu.  a  chevron  ermine 
between  3  trefoyles  arg. 


I  2 

Marke  Mott  of=Frances 
Braintree  in  Gutter, 
com.  Essex 
1634. 


I  1 

John  Mott  ofi=f=.  .  .  .  sister  of  Sr  Robert 
Braintree.  Gardiner  &  heire. 


Mary  d.  &  sole  heire  ux.  John  Church 
of  Stanton  in  com.  Suffolk. 


I  1 

John  Mott  of  Neyland  &=p Allice  d.  &  heire  of  Thom.  Harington 


Weston  in  com.  Suffolk. 


of  Essex. 

Arms. — Sable  a  frett  arg. 


Adrian=p 
Mott. 


Thomas=FSarah  d.  Marke  Mott. 


Mott. 


of  John 
Brand. 


John  3. 
James  4. 


I  I 

Frances  ux.  Fran¬ 
cis  Ferrand  of 
Hatfeld  Broadoke 
in  com.  Essex. 

Allice. 


I  I  I 

Dorathey. 

Sarah. 

Dorcas. 


Marke= Sarah 
Mott.  d.  of 
Dike. 


Sarah  Mott. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


459 


I  3 


Marke  Mott=j=Mercye  d.  & 
doctor  in  heire  of  ...  . 

divinity.  Tichborne. 


I  4 

Edward  Mott  maried  the  daug.=j= 
of  Tho.  Aylett  whose  name  was 
Dorothy  &  by  her  had  issue. 


Marke  Mott.  Mary  who  was  maried  to  John 
Digby  of  Coggershall. 


_ Aj 

I 

Sarah  ux.  Ro¬ 
bert  Woolrich 
of  Grays  Inn 
&  of  Suifolk. 


#ebill 


Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  a  saltire  ermine.  [?  Nevill  or  Raby.]  2  and  3 
Smith  as  under  Carington  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Crest. — A  bulFs  head  ermine.  [Nevill.] 


Hugh  Smyth  of  Witham= 
in  com.  Essex. 


^Elizabeth  his  wife  remaried  to 
John  Cheeseman  of  Witham. 


Sr  John  Smyth  of  Cressing  Temple  Knt.=j=Anne  his  1  wife  d.  of  Edward 


one  of  the  barons  of  the  exchequer. 


1  I 

Edmond  Smyth  of 
Cressing  Temple 
esqr. 


2  | 

Thomas  Smyth= 
of  Cressing 
Temple. 


Wood  of  London  grocer. 


:Mary  d.  &  sole  heire  of  Sr 
Thomas  Nevile  of  Holte  in 
com.  Leic.  Knt. 


Clement 
Smyth  of 
Cressing 
Temple 
ob.  s.p. 


2  I 

Henry  Smyth 
of  Cressing 
Temple  esqr. 
s.p. 


3  I 

Sr  Thomas  Nevile=j=Jane  d.  of 


of  Holt  al’s  Smyth 
&  of  Cressing 
Temple  1634. 


Toby 
Houghton 
of  Hough¬ 
ton  Tower 
ayongerson. 


William 
Smyth  of 
Cressing 
Temple 
ob.  s.p. 


Clare  ux. 
Robert 
Bendlowes 
son  of  the 
Serjeant. 


Smyth  of  Layer 
Marney  in  com. 
Essex. 


pSarah  d.  of 

3  1 

Thomas  Nevile 

. Wil- 

al’s  Smyth  of 

mott  of 

London. 

London. 

Nevile  Nevile  al’s 
Smyth  now  in  the 
low  countrys. 


5  I 

Clement. 


Dorcas  Nevill. 


Sarah. 


..  -e  NA 


460 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


I  A 


Henery  Nevile  al’s=p Allice  d.  of  Sr  John 
Smyth  of  Crossing  Dacombe  of  Temple 
Temple  one  of  the  Comb  in  com.  Som- 
justices  of  the  peace  ersett  Knt.  chan- 
in  this  county  1634.  cellor  of  the  Dutchee. 


Dorathey  1  ux.  Arther 
Brooke  eldest  sonn  of  Sr 
Thomas  Brooke  of  Okley 
Knt.  2Ay  to  Sr  Will’m 
Dove  of  Upton  Knt. 


Jane  ux. 
Christopher 
Thorsby  of 
Berking. 


I  2|  | 

William  Nevile  al’s  Smyth  Thomas  Nevile  Dorcas, 
about  12  yere  old  1634.  al’s  Smyth. 


jjetoport. 


Arms. — Or,  a  fess  between  three  crescents  sable,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Newport.] 


John  Newporte  aged  30  yere  at  the- 
death  of  his  father  who  purchased 
lands  in  Sandon  Bushdon  &  the 
manor  of  Gannock  he  dyed  the  1 
of  May  7  E.  6  sonn  of  Bobert 
Newporte  of  Sandonbury  in  com. 
Hertfford. 


=Grace  d.  of  Bobert 
Newport  of  Far- 
neaulx  Pelham  in 
com.  Hertford  wid- 
dow  of  ...  .  Han- 
chett  of  Lechworth 
in  com.  Hertford. 


Bobert  Pelham  of=pJane  d.  of  Barrington  Knt.  widow  of 
Sandon  esqr.  Lucy  of  ....  in  com.  Hertford  esqr. 


Jane  ux. 
Scroggs. 


Anne  d.  &  heire  of= 
James  Biley  citi¬ 
zen  of  London 
1  wife. 


:Edward  Newporte  esqr.  sonn  &=pAnne  d.  of  Gawdy  Thomas 
heire  &  high  shreeve  for  the  Everard  of  Lynsted  in  com. 
county  of  Hertford  a0  ....  of  Suffolk  2  wife. 

King  James. 


1  |  2  | 

John  Newport  Bobert  Newporte= 
of  Furneaulx  of  Great  Chester- 

Pelham  in  com.  ford  in  com. 
Hertford  esqr.  Essex  1634. 

=Jane  d.  of 
Edmond 
Baker  of 
Great 

Chesterford 

Gent. 

Edward 

New¬ 

porte. 

1 

Thomas. 

1  1  1 
Mary. 

Jane. 

Dorathey. 

I  1 

1  2 

1  3 

I  4 

1  5 

Honoria  wife  to  Tho.  Turner  of 
Witlesford  in  co.  Cambs.  Gent. 

Jane. 

Mary. 

Martha. 

Anne. 

THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


461 


Jltcfjolson,  Jltcolsou. 

Arms. — Azure,  two  bars  ermine,  in  chief  argent  three  suns  in  splendour  or.  [Nichol¬ 
son.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  gules  a  lion's  head  ermine.  [Nicholson.] 

Sr  Will’m  Dethick  al’s  Garter  principall  King  of  Arraes  did  by  his  l’res  pattents 
dated  the  7th  of  September  a0  38  Q.  Ehz.  1596  exemplified  to  Otho  Nicolson  of 
London  gent,  examiner  in  the  courte  of  Chancery  yonger  son  of  Thomas  Nicolson 
of  the  county  of  Lanck.  the  son  of  William  Nicolson  who  was  the  son  of  Nicolas 
Nicolson  in  the  county  of  Cumberland  descended  of  an  Auntiant  name  &  progene 
bearing  armes. 


Nicholas  Nicolson  of  Cumberland/ 


Will’m  Nicolson  of  Wood  Hall  in  com.  Lanc.=F 


Thomas  Nicolson  of  the  Wood=f= Allice  d.  of  Kenyon  nigh  Ralph. 
Hall  in  com.  Lane.  Manchester  in  com.  Lane. 


William  =f=Margerett  d. 
Nicolson  of  Christo- 

of  the  pher  Mal- 

Wood  ham  of  Els- 

Hall  in  lack  Hall  in 

com.  Craven. 

Lane. 


2  | 

Ralph. 


Otho  Nichol¬ 
son  one  of 
the  examiners 
the  Chancery 
ob.  s.p. 


4.  Edmond. 

5.  John. 

6.  Anthony. 

7.  Samwel. 


Margeret 

ux . 

Parsons. 


Catherin 

ux. 

Elcock. 


1 


Francis  Nicolson,  eldest  son=j=Mary  one  of  the  dau.  &  coheires 


in  fine,  of  Chapell  in  com. 
Essex  living  a0  1634. 


Francis 
Nicolson 
12  yeres 
old  1634. 


2  I 

Robert 

Nicolson. 


I  I  I 

3.  Will’m. 

4.  Otho. 

5.  James. 


of  Robert  Sandford  of  Chapell 
esqr. 


3  |  1  | 
Margeret. 

Mary. 


4  |  2  | 
Allice. 

Martha. 


5  I 

Elizabeth. 


6  I 

Rebecca. 


462 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


$tjji)ttnsale. 


Will’m  Nightiilgall  of  Newport=pGonar  d.  of  Geffrey 


pond  in  com.  Essex  gent,  son 
&  heire  of  John. 


Thurgood  of  Ugley 
in  com.  Essex. 


Geffrey  Nigh tingall  of  New¬ 
port  pond  in  com.  Essex 
esqre.  where  he  lyeth  buried 
by  heralds  obiit  April  1619. 


:Catherin  d.  & 
heire  of  John 
2  son  to  ...  . 
Clomp. 


2  I 

John  Night¬ 
ingale  of 
Newport. 

* 


Taben  ux.  Blanche 
Henry  ux. 

Toige  How- 

(?Trige).  ben. 


Millescent  his  first  wife=f  Sr  Thomas  N ightingale=j=Catherin  his  second  wife  d. 


d.  of  Sr  Robert  Clarke 
one  of  the  Barons  of 
the  exchequer. 


of  Newport  pond  com. 
Essex  Baronet  living  a0 
1634. 


of  S'  Robert  Chester  Knt. 
of  Cockenhatch  co.  Hert¬ 
ford. 


1  I 

Robert  Night-=j=Theodosia 
‘  ' '  d.  of  S' 


ingale  eldest 
son  &  heire 
aparant  a0 
1634. 


Thomas  Nigh  t-=p  Jane  d. 


Robert 

Chester 

Knt. 


ingale  of  Dux- 
ford  in  co. 
Cambridg. 


of  Tho¬ 
mas 
Yentris 
ofCam- 
bridgsh. 


INI 

3.  Geffrey. 


I  I 

Anne. 


4.  Edward.  Catherin. 

5.  Granado.  Theodosia. 

6.  Gamaliel!. 


1  I  I  II 

Thomas  Nightingale.  2.  Robert.  3.  Granado.  Anne. 


Thomas. 


Will’m  Nightingale  of=pAnne  d.  of  Richard  Grace  ux.  John  Ursula  ux.  John 


Walden  &  of  Furnivalls 

Inn. 


Ipps  of  Walden.  Everard. 


Fitch. 


Will’m  Nightingale  of=f  Elizabeth  d.  of  Edw.  Ingrey 


Walden  a0  1634. 


of  Sheprith  co.  Camb. 


1  I  2  |  |  |  | 

William.  Henry.  3.  Edmond.  4.  Thomas.  Elizabeth. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


463 


©tom. 


Arms. — Azure,  on  a  chevron  between  three  chambers  or  a  pair  of  compasses  sable 
between  two  pellets,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a  lion  passant  gules.  [  ] 

John  Owen  of  London.=pJane  d.  of .  .  .  . 


Israeli  Owen=j=Bersheba  1  d.  of  Richard  Gourney  of  London  Alderman 
of  London.  sister  &  coheire  of  Sr  Thomas  Gourney  of  Stafford  Knt. 


I  I 


I 


I  I 


I  I 


John  Owen 

Richard  2. 

Anne  ux.  Colepeper 

Susan  ux.  Tho. 

Mary  ux.  John 

of  Little 

— 

brother  of  Sr  Tho¬ 

Osborne  of  Lon¬ 

Smyth  of  the 

Bardfield 

Issraell  3. 

mas. 

don  vintner. 

exchange 

com.  Essex 

— 

— 

— 

London. 

1634. 

Thomas  4. 

Henery  5. 

Elizabeth  ux.  Henry 
Boteler  sonn  of 

Sr  Edward  Boteler 
of  Danbury  Knt. 

Jane  ux.  John 
Weedon  one  of 
the  searchers  of 
the  Custom 
House. 

Sara  ux.  Will’m 
Robotham  of 
London  uphol¬ 
ster. 

painter* 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Gules,  three  escallops  or,  each  charged  with  a  fleur  de 
lis  sable.  [Palmer.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  on  a  chief  indented  gules  three  mart¬ 
lets  or.  [Mandeville.] 

Crest. — A  dragon’s  head  sable,  collared  or,  issuing  from  flames  of  fire.  [ 

L’res  pattents  exem’  unto  Hen.  Palmer  of  London  gent,  by  Rob.  Cooke  Claren. 
dated  a0  22  Eliz. 


Henery  Palmer  of  London  gent.  &  of  Lamborne: 
in  com.  Essex  where  he  died. 


Will’m  Palmer  son  &  heire  possessor 
of  his  father’s  lands  at  Lamborne. 


:Catherin  d.  of  Derrick  Hagens 
of  Antwerp  in  Brabant. 


Edward  Palmer=pElizabeth  John  Palmer=j=  Joane  ux.  Malyn  ux.  Christian 


of  Lamborne 

d.  of 

of  London 

Will’m 

Charles 

ux.  Sam- 

gen.  eldest  son 

Thomas 

marchant. 

G  allion  of 

Richmond 

uell  Crich 

&  heire  liveing 

Billings- 

London 

of  London 

of  London 

a0  1634. 

ley  of  Lon- 

marchant. 

grocer. 

draper. 

don  gent. 

|  1  |  2 
Edward  Palmer  aged  Thomas 

about  12  yeares  1634.  Palmer. 


Elizabeth. 

Catherin. 


Mary. 

Susan. 


John. 


464 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


palmer. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Argent,  three  palmers’  staves,  the  heads,  rests,  and  ends  or.  [Palmer.] 
Crest. — A  cubit  arm  vested  azure,  grasping  a  palmer's  staff  sable,  furnished  or. 
[Palmer.] 


Christopher  Palmer  of  Winthrop=f=.  ...  d.  of  John  Bowes  of  Muminsby 
in  com.  Lincoln.  I  in  com.  Lincoln. 


Leonard  Palmer  of  Borough 
eldest  sonn  father  of  Chris¬ 
topher  Palmer  now  living. 


Mathew  Palmer  of  the  pipe  office=p Anne  d.  of  Raven 
a  younger  son  of  the  Palmers  of  :  of  Long  Melford 
Winthrop  nigh  Burgh  in  the  in  com.  Suffolk, 
marsh  in  com.  Lincoln. 


|1  I  I  2  |  3 

Edward  Palnier=rMillescent  d.  of  Elizabeth  Andrew=pElizabeth  d.  of  Raffe. 


of  Waltham 

Nicholas  Vava- 

ux.  John 

Palmer 

doctor  Hamens 

Abbey  com. 

sor  of  Waltham 

Bullwer  of 

of  Roy- 

of  London 

Essex. 

Abbey  com. 
Essex  gent. 

London. 

Merchant. 

don. 

phisitian. 

1  1 

1  2 

1 

1  1 

Mathew  Palmer  aged  Thomas.  Millescent.  Sarah.  Anne, 

about  yeares  1634. 


$arke. 

Arms. — Azure,  an  eagle  displayed  argent,  armed  or,  guttee  de  sang.  [Parke.] 

Crest. — An  eagle's  head  or,  spotted  with  ermine  spots,  murally  collared  sable. 

[  ] 


John  Parke  of  Gestingthorpe  in  com.  Essex  ob.  1574.=j= 


John  Parke  of  Gestingthorpe- 
now  living  1634. 


=Margerett  d.  of  Nicholas  Martin 
of  Maplested  in  com.  Essex. 


William  Parke=j=Ester  d.  of  Will’m 
of  Alpham-  Strutt  of  Wick- 

stone  1634.  ham  St.  Paul  in 

com.  Essex. 


Anne  ux.  Will’m 
Edwards  of 
Toppesfield  in 
com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Henry 
Meriton  of  Pebmarsh 
in  com.  Essex. 


William  Parke  16 
yere  old  1634. 


I  2  |  3  |  |  | 

John  Parke.  Robert  Ester.  Elizabeth.  Sarah 
Parke.  Parke. 


{This pedigree  is  also  entered  at fol.  67J,  almost  verbatim .) 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


465 


^artriUcjc. 


(No.  1.) 


Arms. —  Vert,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  partridges  or.  [Partridge.] 

Crest. — A  partridge  rising  or,  holding  in  its  beak  an  ear  of  wheat  proper.  [Part¬ 
ridge.] 


Bartholomew  Partridge  of  Navestock^ 
in  com.  Essex. 


:Pernell  d.  of  John  Greene 
of  Navestock  co.  Essex. 


Captaine  John  Part-=pJane  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Hogg 
ridge  of  Navestock  of  Bedenhall  (Bethnal) 
co.  Essex  a0  1634.  Greene  com.  Midd. 


I  2 

Bartholomew 
Partridge  of 
Widdington 
co.  Essex. 


I  3 

Gabrieli  Part¬ 
ridge  of 
London 
Bridge. 


I  I  2  |  | 

John  Partridge  eldest  son  William.  Jane.  Margerett. 
about  14  yeres  1634. 


^artrtoge. 


(No.  2.) 


Bartholomew  Partridge  of  Navestoke=f= 
in  com.  Essex. 


John  Partridge  Bartholomew  Part-=f=Mary  d.  of  Edmond  Gabrieli  Partridge 


eldest  sonn  now  ridge  of  Widding- 
of  Navestock  ton  in  com.  Essex 

(vide  the  pre-  2  sonn. 

vious  pedigree). 


Barthelomew  Part-  2.  William, 
ridge  eldest  sonn  — 

about  22  yeares  of  3.  John, 
age  1634.  — 

4.  Edmond. 


Stubbin  of  Bum-  of  London  haber- 
sted  in  com.  Essex.  dasher  entd  in  the 
Visitation  of 
London. 


Margerett  2.  Mary.  6.  Sarah, 

aged  about  —  — 

23  yeares  3.  Bridgett.  7.  Martha. 

1634.  —  — 

4.  Pernell.  8.  Anne. 


3  0 


5.  Elizabeth. 


466 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Arms. — Sable,  on  a  chevron  argent  three  Cornish  choughs  proper,  on  a  canton  of  the 
second  a  demi-lion  rampant  of  the  first.  [Parvjsh.] 


Henry  Parvish=pElizabeth  d.  of=Sr  Michell  Hicks  of  Bever- 
of  London  mer-  Raffe  Colston  stone  Castell  in  com.  Gloster 
chant  1  husband,  of  Leyton.  Knt.  2  husband. 


Gabrieli  Par¬ 
rish  of  Ruck- 
hoults  in 
Leighton 
(Leyton)  a0 
1634. 


Elizabeth  ux. 
Charles  Pratt 
of  Horn¬ 
church  in 
com.  Essex 
esqr. 


Anne  1  ux.  Timothy 
Whittingham  son  of 
Sr  Timothy  Whit¬ 
tingham  of  Yorkshire 
secondly  to  Henry 
Suter  of  London 
marchant  3  to  Sr 
John  Dryden 
Baronet. 


Ellen  ux.  John 
Delahay  of  Hal- 
ternes  (?  Alty- 
rinys  between  3 
and  4  miles  to 
the  west  of  Dore 
and  Ewias 
Harold)  in  com. 
Herefford. 


Mary  ux. 
Sr  Robert 
Quarles  of 
Romford 
Knt. 


Metres. 

Arms. — Sable,  a  chevron  ermine  between  three  lions'  heads  erased  or,  a  chief  of  the 
second.  [Peeres.] 

Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  griffin's  head  sable,  spotted  of  the  first. 
[Peeres.] 

{This  Pedigree  is  written  by  a  different  hand  from  the  rest  of  the  MS.) 


This  John  Peeres  of  Arnolds  Hall  in  Mountnesing  in  the  county  of  Essex  was 
written  Esq.  proved  by  a  deed  wherein  hee  is  so  stiled  ye  deed  dated  ye  17th  yeare  of 
the  raigne  of  Queene  Eli.  1574  &  in  y*5  same  Queens  tyme  hee  dyed  leaving  issue. 


John  Peeres  of  Mountnessing  in  the  county=pI)aughter 
of  Essex  Esquire,  he  was  of  Arnolds  Hall  of 
in  the  p’ish  of  Mountnessing. 


Richard  Peers 
eldest  son  ob. 
sine  prole. 


Henry  Peeres  son=j=Mary  dau.  of  Bowes  of  Northamptonshire. 
&  heir  after  the  Arms. — Ermine,  three  bows  gules  pale- 

death  of  his  brother.  wise. 

A 


B 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


467 


AJ 


B 


Henry  Peeres  of 
Ireland  2  son. 


John  Peeres  of  London=pJoane  Herd  sister  &  heir  to  John 


son  &  heir. 


Herd  her  brother. 


Jonas  Peres  Charles  Peeres  =  Ann  Peers 

second  son.  son  &  heir.  eldest  dau. 


Rafe  Colston  of  London  2  husband  =pAnne  d.  of  John  Peeres  ma.  1 
Arms. — Argent ,  two  barbels  hauriant  to  Pert  of  Essex  her  3  husband 
respecting  each  other  sable,  coupled  or.  was  Hales. 


Gabriel  Colston  Alice  Colston  m.  to  Robert  Bell  of  Lon.  Marchant. 
lived  unm.  Arms. — Azure ,  an  eagle  displayed  argent,  in 

chief  three  fleurs  de  lis  of  the  second. 


$)emnjjton. 

Arms. — Or,  five  fusils  conjoined  in  fess  azure.  [Penington.] 
Vide  the  certificate  book  for  the  Arms. 


.= Robert  Pen-=j=. .  .  d.  of . 
ington.  1  wife. 


Barford 


1 1 

Robert  =j=.  ...  d.  of 

2  1 

John  Pening-=j= Alice  d.  of  George 

1 

Sr  John  Penington  Knt. 

Pen- 

_ No- 

ton  of  Chig- 

Speering  Citizen 

viz.  Admiral  of  the  Seas 

ington. 

well  kin 
to  Deane 
Nowell. 

well  in  com. 
Essex. 

of  London. 

to  King  Charles  one  of 
the  gents,  of  the  kings 
privy  Chamber. 

|  1  |  2  |  3  | 

Robert  Pen-  John  Penington  George  Penington  Thomas. =Catherin  d.  of 
ington.  ob.  s.p.  about  26  yeres  old  Tho.  Luther 

1634.  of  Essex. 


4  | 

1  | 

^  1 

8  | 

|  | 

Robert  Pen- 

Mary  1  ux.  John 

Elizabeth  ux. 

Rebecka. 

Sara  ux.  Will’m  Alice. 

ington. 

Hudson  2  to 

Will’m  Car  of 

Beresford  of 

Roger  Forster 

London. 

Chigwell  in 

goldsmyth. 

com.  Essex. 

468 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


gemstone* 

Arms. — Argent,  three  Cornish  choughs  proper.  [Penistone.] 

Anthony  Penistone  of  Deane  in  com.  Oxon  esqr.=p.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Newporte. 


1  I 

Thomas  Peniston=p 
of  Deane  esqr. 


Thomas  Penistone 


Anthony  Peniston=f=Alice  d.  of 


of  "Walden. 


Graves. 


1  I  I 

James  Peniston  Anthony  Penistone=pMartha  d.  of 


of  Walden,  a0 
1634. 


Sr  Thomas  Peniston  Baronet. 


of  London  Mar- 
chant. 

I  1 

John.  Samuel. 


Barrett 
of  London. 


]3ctte. 

An  Abstract  made  by  William  Seager  al’s  Somersett  herald  of  Armes  of  the 
Auntiant  Armes  &  creast  belonging  to  the  name  &  family  of  Pert  of  the  North  as 
they  are  found  recorded  by  Nicholes  Dethick  al’s  Windsor  herault  in  his  deputation 
for  Edmond  Knight  late  Norroy  King  of  Armes  of  the  north  partes  a0  1592. 

Arms  and  Crest  same  as  Perte  in  Yis.  of  1612. 


George  Perte  of  London  gent.=f= Alice  d.  of  .  .  .  . 


1 1 

2  1 

3  1 

1 

1 

Henry 

Roger 

Will’m  Pert  of  Ar-=pMargret  d. 

John  of 

Margery  ux.  Alderman 

Pert 

s.p. 

nolds  in  Mount- 

of  John 

London 

Thwayt  2  to  Jerom 

mar. 

nessing  in  Essex 

Riggs  of 

mar.  the 

W eston  of  Roxwell  3 

&  ob. 

esqr.  wher  he  lieth 

Fulbeck 

d.  of 

to  Sr  John  Saveli  baron 

s.p. 

buried  by  heralds 
a0  1616. 

in  com. 
Lincoln. 

.  .  .  ctre 
of  Lon¬ 
don. 

of  the  exchequer. 

Isabel  d.  of  Tho.  Conyers^ 
of  Barnett  in  com.  Mid¬ 
dlesex  esqr.  buried  at  St. 

. Church  w’thout 

Aldersgate  by  Mr  Thomas 
Thomson. 


Will’m  Perte=pElizabeth  d. 
of  Arnolds  |  of  Edmond 


sometime  high 
Shreeve  of 
this  county  of 
Essex  1634. 


Doyley  of 
Shotsham  in 
com.  Norff. 

2  wife. 


2.  George. 

3.  Henry. 


Anne  ux. 

Thomas 

Warde. 


Margerett  ux.  John 
Buxston  of  Tibenham 
in  com.  Norf.  &  hath 
issue  Robert,  Isabel  & 
Margeret. 


Henry  Pert 
aged  about 
18  years. 


2.  George. 

3.  Edmond. 

4.  Charles. 


Elizabeth. 

Anna. 

Frances. 


Dorathey. 

Isabel. 

Mary. 


THE  VISITATION  OE  ESSEX,  1634. 


469 


petre. 


Arms. — Gules,  a  lend  or  between  two  escallops  argent,  in  dexter  chief  a  mullet. 

[Petre.] 


Sr  John  Petre  of  Ingarstone  (Ingatestone)= 
created  baron  Petre  of  Writtle. 


=Mary  his  wife  d.  of  Sr  Edmond 
Walgrave  (Waldegrave)  Knt. 


I  1 

William  lord 
Petre  of 
Writtle. 


John  Petre  m.  Catherin 
d.  of  Will’m  Lord 
Morley  &  Mounteagle. 


Thomas  Petre  of  Cran-=f=Elizabeth  d.  of _ 


ham  in  com.  Essex 
3  son  of  John  baron 
Petre  of  Writtle. 


Baskervile  of 
Wanborow  in  com. 
Wilts. 


r 

Francis  Petre  of  Cran-=pElizabeth  d.  of  Sr  John  Gage  of  Firle 
ham  esqr.  1634.  in  com.  Sussex  baronet. 


Edward  Petre  one  yeare  old. 


Elizabeth. 


iJettua. 


Arms. — Gules,  a  fess  between  three  annulets  or,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Pettus.] 
Crest. — Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or  a  demi-lion  ermine,  holding  a  spear-headed  pennon 
argent,  a  crescent  for  difference.  [Pettits.] 


Thomas  Pettus=j=Christian  d.  of  Symon  Dethick 


of  Norwich. 


of  Norfolk. 


Sr  John  Pettus 
of  Norwich. 


I  2 

William  Pettus=pElizabeth  d.  of  Henry 
of  London  Roolfe  (?  Rolfe)  of 

marchant.  London  marchant. 


Thomas 

& 

Alexander. 


I  1 

Rooff'e  Pettus  of=pMary  d.  of  Will’m 
Kelvedon  in  com.  Hicks  of  Edmon- 
Essex  1634.  ton  in  com. 

Middlesex. 


I  2  | 

John=Mary  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Will’m  Pettus 
Pet-  Pollard,  Clarke  unm.  3  son. 
tus.  of ...  . 


Thomas  Pettus  aged  11  years  a0  1634. 


William.  Damaris. 


470 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


;Pt!ttl)0m 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Pinchon.  2 .  3.  Empson. 

Crest. — Same  as  No.  2  of  Pinchon  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


John  Pinchon  of  Writtle=rJane  d.  of  Sr  Richard=.  .  .  .  Wilson  Secretary  of 
in  com.  Essex.  Empson  Knt.  State  2  husband. 


1  I. 

William  Pinchon=7=Rose  d.  of 


of  Writtle. 


Pinner  in  com. 


.  Reding  of 
Middlesex. 


|  2  |  3 

John  Pinchon  Sr  Edward 

of  Springfeld.  Pinchon  Knt. 


1 

Sr  Edward  Pinchon=T)orathey  d.  of  Sr  Jerom 
of  Writtle  in  com.  Weston  Knt.  sister  of 
Essex  Knt.  Richard  Earl  of  Port¬ 

land. 


|  2  |  3 
Henry. 

Chris¬ 

topher. 


Joane  ux.  Sr  Rich.  Weston 
Knt.  who  after  her  death 
was  created  Earl  of  Port¬ 
land. 


John  Pinchon= Elizabeth  d.  &  coheire  of  Thom, 
of  Writtle  Corderoy  by  the  sister  of  Thomas 
esqre.  1634.  Cornwallis  esqre.  whose  heir  the 
said  Elizabeth  was. 


Mary  ux.  Walter 
Overbury  of  Mor¬ 
ton  Hinmarsh 
(Moreton  in  the 
Marsh)  in  com. 
G-loster. 


Elizabeth. 

Anne. 


Puntme. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  bend  vair  or  and  gules  between  two  bendlets  vert.  [Plumme.] 
Crest. — A  talbot  sejant  gules,  collared  and  lined  or.  [Plumme.] 


John  Plumme  of  Yeldham  Magna.=j=.  .  .  . 

_ _  I 


Robert  Plumme  of  Yeldham=p.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Purcas 


Magna  in  com.  Essex. 


of ....  in  com.  Essex. 


Robert 
of  Yeldham. 


I  1 

Plumme=p 


Grace  d.  of  Robert 
Crackbone. 


I  1 

Margeret. 


Elizabeth  ux.  (Richard) 
Symonds. 


I  1 

Frances  d.  of  Gawsell=j=Robert  Plumme  ofYeldham=j=Honorad.  of  Thom.  Wool- 


of  Watlington  in 
com.  Norf.  1  wife. 

Magna  &  of  Lincolns  Inn 
1634. 

rich  of  Cowling  in  com. 
Suff. 

|1  12  |  |  |  |  | 
Robert  Plumme  aged  about  Edmond  Anne.  Frances.  Honora. 

16  yeares  a0  1634.  Plumme.  —  — 

Sarah.  Jane. 


A 


B 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


471 

A  |  B 


I  2 

John  Plumme  of 
Ridgwell  in  com. 
Essex. 


Etheldred  ux.  Phillip 
Sparrow  of  Wickham 
Brooke  in  com.  SufF. 


Frances  ux.  John 
Upcher  of  Col¬ 
chester. 


Hanah  ux.  Will’m 
Sadleir  of  Horksley 
in  com.  Essex. 


I  2 

Thomas  Plumme  of  Yeld-- 
ham  Magna. 


:Mary  d.  of  Richard  Hamond 
of  Ellingham. 


|  3  |  4 

Mary.  Anne. 


I  5 

Edmund. 


Samuell  Plumme=j=Dorathey  sister 
of  Yeldham  of  Sr  Richard 
Magna  a0  1634.  Higham  of 
Eastham  in 
Essex  d.  of 
William. 


I  2  |  3  || 

Thomas  Mary  ux.  Henry 

Plumme.  Melsop  of  the 
—  lie  of  Ely. 

Robert.  — 

Jane  ux.  Robert 
Brooke  rector  of 
the  church  of 
Woodham  Wal¬ 
ter. 


Martha  ux.  Samuell 
Pratt. 

Elizabeth  ux. 
Willm.  Sandford 
Rector  of  the 
church  of  Eastwell 
(Kent). 


|  1  |  2  |  3  |  | 

Samwell.  Thomas.  Robert.  Dorathey.  Mary. 


porter. 


Thomas  Porter  of  Haslingfeld  co.  Cambridge.1 


I 


Stephen  Porter  of  London  Grocer  buried: 
at  St.  Michaels  in  le  Querne. 


=Margerett  d.  of  .  . 
Smyth  of  London. 


I  1 

Stephen  Porter=p 
eldest  son. 


I 


Thomas  Porter  of  Barking==Abigale  d.  of 


free  of  the  Society  of 
Grocers  London  a0  1634. 


Tho.  Sherman 
of  Ipswich. 


Stephen 

Porter. 


|1 


2.  Edward. 


Thomas  Porter 
aged  about  26  — 

yeres  a0  1634.  3.  John. 


Abigale  ux.  Margeret. 

Richard  Shel-  — 
bery  of  London.  Elizabeth. 


Agnes. 


472 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


^xmott 

Arms. — Sable,  a  chevron  betiveen  three  owls  argent,  in  the  fess  point  a  mullet  of  the 
first.  [Prescott.] 

Crest. — A  cubit  arm  erect,  vested  gules,  holding  in  the  hand  a  pitch-pot  sable,  fired 
proper.  [Prescott.] 

William  Prescott  of  Cople  (Coppull)  in  com.  Lane.  descended=p.  .  .  . 
of  the  antiant  familie  of  Prescott  in  com.  Lane. 


Alexander  Prescott=Anne  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Little  of  Bray 
of  London  Alder-  in  com.  Berks  &  widdow  of 
man  3  son  of  Wil-  ....  Haughton  renupt.  Lis- 
liam.  tar  doctor  of  physic. 


I  2  |  3  |  |  | 

Sr  John  Pres-  Alexander  =Issabell  Edward  Mary  ux.  Tho-  Martha  ux. 

cott  of  Rad-  Prescott  of  d.  of  Prescott  mas  Hodges  Richard  Turner 

winter  in  com.  Thoby  in  Francis  of  Lon-  son  of  Alder-  of  Lond.  Draper. 

Essex  Knt.  com.  Es-  Staf-  don.  man  Hodges 

sex  1634.  ford.  of  London. 

If  2T  3|  |  j  j  | 

John  Prescott  about  Alexander.  Henry.  Martha.  Mary.  Isabel.  Elizabeth. 
10  yere  old. 


Martha  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Pemberton=p 
niece  of  Sr  James  Pember¬ 
ton  Knt.  Maior  of  London 
1  wife. 


Arms. — Or,  three  eagles  displayed  azure.  [Pulley.] 

Richard  Pulley  of  Mamble  in  com.  Worcester 


Richard  Pulley  of: 
Bridgnorth  in 
com.  Salop. 


John  Pulley  of- 
Bridgnorth. 


-.  .  .  .  d.  of  Hugh 
Grosvenor  of 
Bridgnorth. 


Thomas  Pulley  of=p 
Tytherington  in 
com.  Gloster. 


Alargeret  d.  of  .  .  . 
Hassall  of  Hassall 
co.  Chester. 


r 


Thomas  Pulley  of  Wooton= 


Dorathey  d.  of=j=Richard  Pul-=j=Mary  d.  of 

John  Skyn- 
ner  of 
Leigh  in 
com.  Essex. 


(?  Wotton  under  Edge)  in 

com.  Gloster. 

2  |  1  |  2  | 

3  j  4  | 

Wm.  Darling 
ofKingsdowne 
in  com.  Kent 
1  wife. 


ley  of 
in  com. 
1634, 


Leigh 

Essex 


WilTm  Pulley 
Rector  of  Ass- 
ington  in  com. 
Essex. 


John 

Pulley. 


Morgan. 

Thomas. 

Joseph. 


1  I 


I 


Richard  Pulley.  Dorathey. 


2  I 

John. 


8  I 

William. 


Mary. 


Rachell. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


4,73 


Ppott 

Arms  (2  shields). — 1.  Azure,  on  a  fess  or  a  lion  passant  gules,  in  chief  three 

bezants.  [Pyott.] 

2.  Gules,  a  fess  engrailed  between  three  demi-lions  or.  [Symonds.] 
Crest. — A  demi-lion  gules,  on  its  shoulders  three  bezants,  2,  1.  [Pyott.] 


Le’rs  pattents  exempliffied  by  me  Camden  to  Alderman  Pyott  &  regesterd  in 
the  books  of  certificates. 


Richard  Pyott  somtime  Shreeve  of=pMargery  d.  of  Richard  Flyer 
London  &  Alderman  1619.  of  Uttoxeter  in  com.  Stafford. 


1  |  2  | 

Richard  Pyott=Mary  d.  of  Sr  William= Jane  d. 
of  Sheathay  Will’m  Sher-  Pyott.  of  Wel- 
(Streethay)  in  ington  of  .  .  .  don  of 

com.  Stafford,  in  com.  Staf-  Lon- 

ford  Knt.  don. 


John  Pyott- 
of  Low  Ley- 
ton  in  com. 
Essex  1634. 


^Margery  d.  of 
Robert  Symonds 
of  Wich  fford 
(Wittlesford)  in 
com.  Cambridg. 


Robert  Pyott  about  3  yere  old  1634. 


Pprton. 


Arms  of  Pyrton  as  in  Vis.  of  1558. 
Crest. — On  a  chapeau  argent  a  ivgvern  vert.  [Pyrton.] 


Sr  Will’m  Pyrton  of  Bentley  parva=j=Margeret  d.  &  heir 


in  com.  Essex  &  of  Elmsted. 


r 


of  William  Salford. 


Edmond  Pyrton  of  Bentley  parva  &  of=j=Constance  d.  of  Thomas  Lord  Darcye  of 
Elmsted  alienated  the  manor  of  Bentley.  Chich,  Aunt  of  Thomas  Lord  Rivers. 


William  Pyrton  of  Elmsted  esqr.=j=Dorathey  d.  &  sole  heire  of  Thomas  Cockayne 


slaine  at  the  battaile  of  Newporte. 


of  Bromley  in  com.  Stafford. 


1  I  2  |  | 

Edmond  Pyrton  Will’m  Pyrton  of=j=Mary  d.  of  Sr  Elizabeth  ux.  Mary  ux. 


slaine  at  Venice  Elmsted  esqr. 
s.p.  brother  &  heire 

1634. 


George  Belgrave  Wm.  Man-  Tho.  Barrett 

of  Belgrave  in  nocke  gent.  of  the 
com.  Lester  Knt.  s.p.  Wardrobe. 


Edmond  Pyrton  Pyrton  sonn  &  heire  a0  1634  aged  about  12  yeares.  Mary. 

3  P 


474 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


<&uarU$u 


Crest  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  and  Arms  of  Quarles  and  Dalton  as  in  5th  Shield 

of  Quarles  in  that  Vis. 


Francis  Quarles  of  Ufford=rBridgett  d.  of  . 
in  com.  Northampton.  of  Suffolk  2  wife. 


r 


Brampton 


James  Quarles  clarke  of  the  Greene=pJoane  d.  &  heir  of  Edward  Dalton 


Cloth  to  Q.  Elizabeth  eldest  sonn 
by  the  2  wife. 

of  Mores  place  in  Great  Hadham 
com.  Hertford. 

Hester  d.  of  Sr  Edward= 
Lewknor  of  Denham  in 
com.  Suffolk  1  wife. 

1  1 

pSr  Robert  Quarles  of  Stewards  in=pMary  d.  of  Henry 
Romford  Knt.  m.  to  his  2  wife  Parvis  of  London 

Anne  d.  of .  .  .  .  Brewster  of  ...  .  merchant  3  wife, 
widow  Sr  Thomas  Seckford  Knt. 

|1  1  2  |  I  3  |  4  | 

James  Quarles  about  30  Edward.  Susan.  Gabrieli.  William.  Elizabeth, 

yeres  old  1634. 

I  I 

James  Martha  ux.  Sr  Coope 

Quarles.  Doyley  of  Chisel- 
hampton  Knt. 


I 

Priscilla  ux.  Sr 
John  Dryden 
Baronett. 


I 

Mary  ux.  John  Browne 
of  Tolthrop  in  com. 
Rutland. 


I  3 

Francis. 


Ratcliff,  Ran  cliff. 

Crest  and  Arms  quarterly  of  six,  same  as  Radclif  in  Vis.  of  1612,  without  the 

crescent  for  difference. 


Richard  Radcliff  of  (?)  Wymerley: 
in  com.  Lane,  esqre.  2  son. 


.  .  d.  of . 


Curwen  of  Workington 


Castle  in  com.  Cumb’land. 


Richard  Radcliff  of  Gegilswick  in=p.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Carlton  of  Carlisle 
com.  Yorke  esqre.  son  &  heir.  |  in  com.  Cumberland. 

|  J  2 

John  Radcliff  of  Chappell  in=pAnne  d.  of  Thom.  Noone  of  Martle-  Richard 
com.  Essex  son  &  heir.  sham  in  com.  Suffolk.  Radcliff. 


I  1 

Thomas  Radcliffe 
ob.  s.p. 


|  2  |  3 

John  Radcliff  of=p.  ...  d.  of  ...  .  Henry  Rad- 
Woodham  1634.  Oughan.  cliff. 


I  1  I  2  I  .  I 

Robert  Radcliffe  about  15  yere  old.  Richard  Radcliff.  Mary.  Elizabeth. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


475 


Hap. 

Nicholas  Ray  of  Stansted  Mount-=r.  .  .  . 
fitchett  in  com.  Essex.  ! 


John  Ray  of  Stansted  Mountfitchett=pJoane  da.  of  Newce  of  Haddam 
attorney  of  the  Kings  Bench  &  of  the  great  (Much  Hadham)  in 
Furni vails  Inn  now  living  1634.  com.  Herttford. 


|1  12  I 

Thomas  Ray  sonn  &  hr.  aged  17  years  a0  1634.  John  Ray.  Joane. 


Hapmonfc. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Robert  Raymond  of  Much  Dunmow=pAnne  d.  of 
in  com.  Essex.  Parker. 


|1 

Edward  Ray¬ 
mond  of 
Dunmow  in 
Essex. 


:Massy  d.  of  Stan¬ 
ton  of  Guildford 
in  com.  Surrey. 


|  2  |  3 

Fran-  Henry  Raymond  of=j= Joane  d.  of  John 

Perry  of  Dunmow 
Priory  in  co. 
Essex. 


CIS. 


Much  Dunmow  in 
com.  Essex  3  sonn. 


Richard  marid 
Anne  d.  of 
John  Coxall. 
4* 


I 

Mary  ux.  Nicholes 
Barnard  of  Claver¬ 
ing  in  com.  Essex. 


Ursula  ux.  (?)  Chris¬ 
topher  Vintner  of 
Dunmow  in  com. 
Essex. 


Anne  ux.  John 
Peeke  of  Book¬ 
ing  in  Essex. 


Mary  d.  of=pFrancis  Raymond=pElizabeth  d.  of  Bennet  Danyell. 


Raffe  Eve 
of  Maldon 
1  wife. 


of  Dunmow  1634. 


Spilman  of  Stamborne 
2  wife. 


:Phillip  d.  of 
John  Aylett 
of  Dunmow. 


I  I 

Hanna.  Martha. 


Abigale.  Francis  about  4  yeres  old  1634. 


I  1 

Henry  Raymond  of=j=Susan  d.  of .  . . .  Ekins 
Wrinksted  (Ring-  of  Wrinksted  (Ring- 
stead)  in  com.  stead)  in  com.  North- 

N  or  thampton  1634.  ton . 


|  2  || 

John  Ray-= Sarah  d.  of  Mary, 

mond.  ....  Arthur  — 

of  Booking.  Francis. 


Henry  Raymond  about  1  yere  old  1634.  Mary. 


476 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Eapmonti. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Sable,  a  chevron  between  three  eagles  displayed  argent, 
on  a  chief  of  the  second  three  martlets  of  the  first  [Raymond.]  2  and  3.  Or, 
a  chevron  between  three  crosses  flory  sable.  [Sterne.] 

Crest. — A  dragon's  head  erased  or,  ducally  gorged  gules.  [Raymond.] 


Phillip  Raymond  of=j=Agnes  d.  &  sole  heir  of  William  Sterne 
Hunsdon  in  com.  of  Esseden  (Essendon)  com.  Hertford 
Hertford.  son  of  Nicholes. 


Roger  Raymond  sonn  &  heire.=p.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Elliott. 


John  Raymond=p Judith  d.  of  Chadd  Cockayne  of  Cockayne 
sonn  &  heire.  Hatley  in  com.  Bedford. 


John  Raymond  of  Walter  Belchamp— Anne  d.  of  John  Sparrow  of  Gesting- 


in  com.  Essex  1634. 


thorpe  in  com.  Essex. 


|  1  I  2  |  3 

01iver=j=Frances  d.  of  S1'  Wm.  John  Ray- 
Ray-  Harris  of  Shenfeld  in  mond. 
mond.  com.  Essex  Knt.  — 

St.  Cleere. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Edward 
Aylett  of  St.  Johns  in 
the  universitye  of 
Oxford. 


Judith. 

Anne. 

Joane. 


John  Raymond  aged  about  2  yeares  a0  1634. 


Anne 


aymond. 


Hebe. 


Arms  and  Crest  of  Reve  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 
Under  the  hand  of  Robert  Cooke  Clar. 

John  Reve  of  Long  Melford  in  com.  Suff.  gent.=j= 


Walter  Reve  of  Long  Melford  gent,  eldest  son.=p.  .  .  .  dan.  of  Hyde. 


Thomas  Reve  of  Colchester  Alderman=j=Margerett  relict  of ...  .  Shelbury 


son  &  heir  ob.  a0  1550. 


of  Colchester  Alderman. 


A 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


477 


A| 


Will’m  Reve  of  Mol-=f=Rhose  d.  of  Thomas  Armiger  of  Caning- 


lenden  (Mowenden) 
Park  co.  Suff.  gent, 
son  &  heir. 


ton  com.  Suff.  (?  com.  Somerset)  relict 
Will’m  Bishop  of  Thisledon  (Thistleton) 
hall  com.  Suff.  a  lance  Knt.  to  Charles 
the  fifth. 


Anne  ux.  Randall 
Smyth  of  Collens 
in  Suff.  gent. 


George  Reve  of=j=Anne  (dau.  to 


Mollenden 
(Mowenden) 
Park  gent, 
eldest  son. 


George)  Feake 
of  Wyghton 
co.  Suff.  (?  co. 
Norfolk)  gent. 


3  I 

Thomas  Reve 
docter  in 
divinity  died 
s.p. 


2  | 

Robert 


Reve=p. 


parson  of 
Wrestling- 
worth  in  com. 
Bedford. 


d.  of 
Rushtall 
(?  Rushall). 


2  I 


W  iirm=j=Mar  gery 

George  Reve  of=pAnne.  Robert  =j 

Reve 

Spaine. 

Mollenden 

Reve  of 

eldest 

(Mowenden) 

Rom- 

son. 

gent. 

ford. 

Rose  ux.  Stockdale 
Auditor  to  the 
earle  of  Northum¬ 
berland. 


I 


I 


I 


'I 


Francis  s.p.  Margery.  Amy.  George.  Charles.  John  Reve. 


4| 

Francis  Reeve  of  Huberts-hall  in 
Harlow  co.  Essex  gent,  aged  about 
73  yeares  &  hath  lived  w’th  Joane 
his  wife  she  being  dau.  of  Richard 
Jocelin  son  &  heire  Sr  Thom. 
Jocelin  Knt.  of  the  bath  he  &  she 
are  living  a0  1634. 


5  I 

John  Reeve 
of  London. 


r 


Charles  Reeve=p. 


of  the  univer¬ 
sity  of  Cam¬ 
bridge. 


d.  of  doctor 
Hamond  one  of 
the  M.  of  the 
Chancery. 


Will’m  Reeve  of=Anne  d.  of . 

Harlow  co.  Essex.  Godsall  (?  Godsalve). 


Hotf). 

Arms. — Or,  a  bull  passant  gules  between  three  roaches  hauriant  vert,  a  chief  cheeky  of 
the  first  and  azure.  [Roch.] 

Confirmed  22  June  1541,  33  H.  8,  to  William  Roch,  Knt.,  Lord  Mayor 
of  London,  by  Fellow,  Norroy. 

Crest. — A  stag's  head  gules,  horned  or,  between  a  pair  of  wings  expanded  of  the 
second.  [Roch.] 

Thomas  Roch  of  Gooses  (Gooshays  in=p 
Havering)  in  com.  Essex  esqr. 


Thomas  Roch  of  London.  William.  Elizabeth.  Catherin. 


478 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


Cherts. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  three  pheons  sable,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  a 
greyhound  courant  of  the  first,  collared  gules.  [Roberts.]  2  and  3.  Argent, 
a  chevron  between  three  lions'  faces  azure.  [Hobson.] 

Crest. — A  demirgreyhound  sable  issuing  from  a  ducal  coronet  or.  [Roberts.] 

An  exemplification  of  this  Armes  &  Creaste  from  Sr  William  Segar  Garter  to 
Thomas  Roberts  of  Little  Braxted  in  com.  Essex  gent,  q’rterly  w’th  the  coate  of 
Thomas  Hobson  of  Shipley  in  com.  Sussex  whose  daughter  and  coheire  named  Alice 
was  marid  to  Thomas  Roberts  of  Little  Braxted  in  com.  Essex  dated  1626. 

Clement  Roberts  of  Little  Braxted  in=pMary. 
com.  Essex  gent,  sonn  &  heire. 


Thomas  Roberts  of  Little  Braxted=pAlice  d.  &  heir  of  Thomas  Hobson 
in  com.  Essex  sonn  &  heire.  of  Shipley  com.  Sussex. 


Thomas  Roberts  of  Little  Braxted  in  com.=pMartha  d.  of  Will’m  Wiseman 
Essex  gent,  sonn  &  heire  1634.  of  Mayland  in  com.  Essex. 


Thomas  Roberts  2.  Benjamin.  1.  Martha.  3.  Isabel.  6.  Hanna, 

about  16  yere  —  —  —  — 

old  1634.'  3.  William.  2.  Elizabeth.  4.  Alice.  7.  Winifred. 

5.  Mary. 


Hous. 

(No.  1.) 

Arms. — Or,  an  eagle  displayed  azure,  beaked  and  armed  gules.  [Rous.] 


Thomas  Rous  of  White  Waltham  in  com.  Berks.=p 
came  from  the  Rouses  of  Devonshire. 


Symon  Rous=f=Martha  d.  of  Wm. 
of  White  Weedon  of .  ...  in 

Waltham.  com.  Hertford. 


Sr  John  Rous  of  Much  Waltham 
in  com.  Essex  Knt.  dyed  without 
issue  &  unm. 


Judith  d.  of  Edmond- 
Jenny  of  Rushbrooke 
1  wife. 


^William  Rous  of  Much- 
Waltham  cosen  &  heir 
to  Sr  John. 


-Rose  d.  of  William  Cock  of 
Withing  (?  Wee  ting)  in 
com.  Norfolk  2  wife. 


Judith  1  dau.  Elizabeth  2  dau 


izabe 


Warwick  Rous  about  one  yeare  old. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


479 


Hons. 

(No.  2.) 

Arms. — Sable,  a  fess  dancette  or,  guttee  de  sang  between  three  crescents  argent 

[Rous.] 

Crest. — A  pyramid  of  laurel  leaves  counterchanged  argent  and  vert.  [Rous.] 
Gregory  Rous  of  Cratfeld=p.  .  .  .  Dowsing  d.  of  .  .  .  .  Dowsing 


in  com.  Suffolk. 


of  Laxfeld  in  com.  Suff. 


I 


John  Rous  of=pMargery  d.  of  Thomas  Ward  of  Alborough  (Aldborough) 


the  same. 


in  com.  Norf. 


2  |  | 

Lany  Rous  of  Bricklesey=pEunice  d.  of  Robert  John  Rous  Gregory  Rous  of 


(?  JBrightlingsea)  in  com. 
Essex. 


Wright  of  Denington  of  Crat- 
in  com.  Suff.  feld. 

4 


Much  Clacton  in 
com.  Essex. 

4 


I 


Benjamin  aged  about  3  yeares  1634. 


Hotoe,  Hot. 


Crest  and  shield  of  twelve  quarterings,  same  as  those  of  Roe  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

Sr  Thomas  Rowe  knt.  somtime  Maior  of  London=f=Mary  d.  of  Sr  John 
&  of  Higham-hill  com.  Essex.  Gresham  Knt. 


William  Rowe  of  Higham- 
Hill  3  son. 


Sr  John  Rowe 
Knt.  of  Higham 
Hill  died  w’thout 
yssue. 


:Anne  d.  of  John  Cheney  of  Chesham 
Boys  com.  Bucks  esqr. 


Sr  William  Rowe  of=pElizabeth  d.  & 


Higham  Hill  in 
Walthamstow  in 
com.  Essex  Knt. 
brother  &  heir  to 
Sr  John. 


sole  heir  of 
Thomas  Potts 
of  Cudington 
com.  Bucks 
esqr. 


Mary  ux.  Nathaniell 
Duckett  of  Iiondon 
one  of  the  Attorneys 
in  Mr  Fanshaws 
office. 


I  1 

Will’m  Rowe  aged 
about  13  yeares 
1634. 


I  2 

Robert. 


Cheney  Anne. 
Rowe.  — 


I 


Elizabeth. 


Mary.  Susan. 

Margerett.  Joyce. 


480 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


I  3 

Robert  Rowe 
of  Low  Lay- 
ton  in  com. 
Essex 


Ciceley  ux.  Will’m  Rowe 
of  London  2d  sonn  of 
Sr  Will’m  Rowe  Knt. 
somtime  Maior  of  London, 

Anne  ux.  Roger  Boys 
second  son  of  Sr  Edward 
Boys  of  Froidffield  (Fred- 
ville  Manor  in  Nonington 
in  com.  Kent.) 


|  4  |  5 

Cheney  Rowe  of 
Trinity  Colledge  in 
com.  Cambridge. 

Thomas  Rowe  of  Kings 
Colledge  in  com.  Cam¬ 
bridge. 


_ A_| 

I 

Joyce  ux.  Tho¬ 
mas  Lock  of 
Greys  Inn 
sometime 
reader  there. 


Rubb. 


Arms. — Ermine,  six  martlets  gales,  3,  2,  and  1,  a  canton  of  the  last.  [Rudd.] 
Crest. — A  cross  crosslet  jitche  gules  between  two  wings  expanded  argent.  [Rudd.] 

The  Arms  and  Crest  granted  to  Matthew  Rudd  the  younger  12  November,  1634, 

by  Sr  R.  Sl  George,  Claren. 


John  Rudd  descended  from  the  Rudds  of  Yorkshires 
made  his  residence  at  Rickling  in  com.  Essex. 


William  Rudd  of  Mathew  Rudd  of  Chelmsford=j=Mary  d.  of  John  Taylor 
Rickling  in  com.  &  of  Furnivalls  Inn  in  of  Chelmsford  in  com. 

Essex.  London.  Essex. 


Mathew  Rudd=Prisscilla 
of  Woodham  d.  of  John 

Walter  &  of  Solme  of 

the  Middle  Woodham 
Temple  1634.  Walter. 


I  ^ 

Wil¬ 

liam. 


Mary  1  d.  ux.  Charles 
Anden  (?  Arderne)  of 
Parkehall  in  the  p’ish 
of  Bitterley  in  com. 
Sallop. 


Anne  ux.  John  Eliza- 
Salmon  of  beth. 
Henley  uppon 
Thames  in  com. 

Oxon  gent. 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


481 


35lus{). 


Arms. — Gules,  on  a  fess  or  between  three  horses  passant  argent  as  many  hurts. 
[Rush.] 

Crest. — A  fox’s  head  erased  argent,  guttee  vert.  [Rush.] 


Sr  Thomas  Rushe  of  Sudborne  in  com.  Suffolk  Knt.=f= 
buried  St.  Stephens  Church  in  Ipswich. 


I  1 

Arthur  Rushe 
of  Sudborne. 
=r 


I  2 

Thomas  Rushe=pPriscilla  d.  of  Eustace 
of  Boreham  in  Clovile  of  West  Han- 
com.  Essex.  ingfield  in  com.  Essex 
esqre. 


Anthony  Rushe  one  of  the 
Prebends  of  Winchester  & 
Deane  of  Canterbury  buried 
at  Windsor  s.p. 


Anthony  Rushe 
sold  his  inherit¬ 
ance. 


Thomas  Rush  of  Boreham- 
in  Essex  1634. 


=Thomazin  d.  of  John  Stanfield 
of  Springfield  in  com.  Essex. 


S1'  Francis  Rushe  of  Jordan  Thomas  John  Thomazin.  Jane.  Frances.  Mary. 
Castle  in  Ireland  Knt.  Rush.  Rush. 


^ahlrr. 


Arms. — Azure,  a  lion  rampant  argent,  over  all  a  saltire  gules.  [Sadler.] 

Edmond  Sadler  of  Wisbich  in  the  Isle=pEmme  d.  &  heir  of  John  Clarke 


of  Ely  in  com.  Cambridge. 


of  Gedney  in  com.  Lincoln. 


Thomas 
ob.  s.p. 


I 

Robert  Sadler=pMargeret  d.  of  Scotred  (?  Cotred) 


of  Wisbich. 


of  Wisbich. 


r 


Frances  d.  of  Robert=j=Edmond  Sadler  of  Parndon=f=  Frances  d.  of  John 


Palgrave  of  Barn- 
ingham  in  com. 
Norff. 


in  com.  Essex  eldest  sonn 
now  living  a0  1634  mar. 
to  his  3  wife  Mary  widow 
of .  .  .  . 


Potts  of  Manington 
in  com.  Norf. 


Mary  ux.  John  Cory  of  Norwich  merchant. 


I 

Frances. 


482 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


pm* 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1  and  4.  Argent,  a  lend  sable,  a  label  of  three  points  gules. 

[St.  Piere.]  2  and  3.  Argent,  a  cross  flory  azure.  [ 

Crest. — A  spear  erect  or,  headed  argent,  on  the  point  a  dolphin  embowed  proper. 
[St.  Piere.] 


Mathew  St.  Peire  of  Astley  in  com.  Sallop.=j= 


Owen  St.  Piere  of=j= 
Bishopsgate  Street 
in  London. 

/K 


Owen  St.  Piere  of  London.=p  Margery  d.  of .  . 

_ 1 


Nathaniell  St.  Piere  of  Danbury^ 
in  the  hamlet  of  Runsell  in  com. 
Essex. 


^Bridget  d.  of  Gervas 
Lee  of  Nottingham. 


I  I  2  |  3  | 

Gervas  about  11  Nathaniel.  Humfrey.  Bridget, 
yeres  old  1634. 


flatus,  Mantes. 

(No.  1.) 


John  Sames  of  Much  Totham.=p 

_ I 

Richard  Sames  of  Much  Totham.=p 

I 


Thomas  Sames=fMargery  d.  of  Geoffrey 
of  Much  Tot-  of  West  Haningfield  in 


John  Sams  of=j=Margerett  d.  of 


ham  in 
Essex. 


com. 


com.  Essex. 


Lankeford 
(Langford) 
Hall  in  Essex. 


JohnPaschall  of 
Much  Baddow 
com.  Essex. 


John  Sams  of  Lank¬ 
ford  hall  lived  in 
Litle  Totham  buried 
with  Officers  of 
Armes. 


2  I 

Richard  Sams=Anne  d.  of 
of  Coggeshall  John  Brett 
vide  next  of  Toles- 

Pedigree.  hunt  Major 

com.  Essex. 


Robert. 


Wife  to  Joane  ux. 
Allen.  Richard 
Slater. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


483 


I  A 


1  I 

Richard 
Sams  of 
Much 
Totham. 

A 


2  I 

William. 


Edward  Sams= 
of  Much  Tot¬ 
ham  was  6 
sonn. 


:Susan  d.  of 
William 
Aylett  of 
Rivenhall  in 
Essex. 


Thomas. 


John  Sams 
of  Hatfeld 
Peverell. 


com. 


5  I 

Henry 
Sams  of 
Gipps  in 
Much 
Totham. 


William  Sams  of  Kelvedom 
in  com.  Essex  a0  1634. 


Alargerett  d.  of  Peter 
Witham  of  Cressing. 


1  | 

Thomas  Sames=Rebecka  d.  of 


son  &  heir 
aged  about  30 
yeares  a0  1634. 


Abraham  Cart¬ 
wright  by 
Margeret 
Wake. 


2  I 

Edward 

Sams. 


I  III 

Susan  1  ux.  Will’m  Fal-  Margerett. 
lesby  of  the  Bishoprick  — 

of  Durham  2  to  Robert  Sara 
White  son  of  docter  White  & 
of  Oxflford.  Elizabeth. 


isamg,  ^ames. 

(No.  2.) 


Arms  and  Crest. — Sams  quarterly,  Garrard,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612,  with  a  crescent 
on  a  crescent  for  difference. 


Richard  Sams  of  Cockshall=pAnne  d.  of  John  Brett 
(Coggeshall)  in  com.  Essex  of  Tolshunt  Major  in 
2  son.  com.  Essex. 


John  Sams  of  Tolshunt  Major=pEllen  d.  of  Thomas  Goldingham  of 


in  com.  Essex. 


Poslingford  in  com.  Essex  1  wife. 


George  Sams  of  Tolshunt=pAbigale  d.  of  Rand  of  Keldon  (Kelvedon) 
Major  1634.  in  com.  Essex. 


John  Sams  20  yere  old.  George  Sams.  Elizabeth.  Abigale. 


484 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


^antriortr* 

(No.  1.) 

Arms  and  Crest  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


his  1  wife=j=Thomas  Sandford  of  Colchester 
dau.  of  Neale.  in  com.  Essex  gent. 


= Alice  d.  of . 
Chambers. 


Thomas  Sandford=f= Ann  e  d.  of 


I 


of  Cogshall  in 
com.  Essex. 


Will’m  Ay- 
lett  of  May- 
land  in  com. 
Essex. 


George  Sandford  of=f=.  ...  d.  of  George  Lynne 
Blackwater  1634.  j  of  Southwick. 

/k 

Issue  same  as  of  George  Sandford  of 
Bassitts  in  Vis.  of  1612,  but  adds  Tho¬ 
mas  and  William,  5th  and  6th  sons. 


1  I 

Thom 

Sand¬ 

ford. 


2  I 

3  I 

4  I 

=pMary  d.  William=j 

pElizabeth  John  =p  Robert.  Anne  ux. 

of ...  .  Sand- 

d.  of  Sand- 

John 

Con-  ford  of 

Thomas  ford 

Hurte  of 

vers.  East- 

Plumme.  of 

Horndon 

well  in 

Lon- 

on  the 

Kent. 

don. 

Hill. 

1  1  1  I  I 

Susan. 


Mary.  Anne. 


Thomas.  William. 


Thomas.  Jol 


I 

Robert  Sandford  of  Chappell  al’s=pMary  d.  of  . 
Pontsbridg  (Pontisbright)  in  Collin, 
com.  Essex. 


Henry  Sandford  of  Ded¬ 
ham  in  com.  Essex. 


Mary  ux.  Francis 
Nicholson  of  Chap¬ 
pell  in  com.  Essex. 


Elizabeth  ux.  John 
Meade  of  Litle  Ayston 
(?  Little  Easton.) 


Anne  ux.  John 
Jessop  of 
Grays  Inn. 


Henry.  Thomas. 


Haper,  i^aprt. 

Arms  and  Crest  same  as  in  Vis.  of  1612. 

George  Sayer  of  Colchester=p Agnes  d.  &  heire  of  John  Westden 
in  com.  Essex.  in  com.  Lincolnshire. 


George=pRose  d.  of  Will’m  Cardinall  Elizabeth  ux.  Henry 
Sayer.  of  Bromley  in  com.  Essex.  Smyth  of  London. 

A  | 


THE  VISITATION  OP  ESSEX,  1634. 


485 


1  I 

Sr  George=pDorathey  d.  of 


Sayer  of 
Bourchiers 
Hall  in  Aid- 
ham  in  com. 
Essex  Knt. 


S1'  John 
Higham  of 
Barrow  Hall 
in  com.  Suffolk 
Knt. 


Frances  ux. 
Robert  Browne 
of  Colchester 
in  com.  Essex. 


Mary  ux. 
John  Pret- 
tyman  of 
Thorndon 
in  com. 
Suffolk. 


d.  of 

Short  of 
Thorn  e- 
don  in 
com.  Suf¬ 
folk. 


2  I 

Thomas.= 


3  |  5  | 


John  Sayer=r=Hester  d. 

Anne  ux.  Higham 

Richard= 

= Susan  d. 

Susan  ux.  Robert 

of  Bour¬ 

of  Robert 

John  Sayer. 

Sayer. 

of  Ed¬ 

Throgmorton  4 

chiers  Hall 

Hony- 

Plumsted 

mond 

sonn  of  Sr 

in  Aldham 

wood  of 

of  Plum¬ 

Jertnin 

George  Throg¬ 

in  com. 

Marks- 

sted  in 

of  Rush- 

morton  of  Ful- 

Essex  esqr. 

hall  in 

com.  Norf. 

brooke 

brooke  in  com. 

com.  Es¬ 

sometime 

in  com. 

Buckingham 

sex  esqr. 

pentioner  to 

Suffolk. 

Knt. 

King  James. 

George  Sayer  about  John  Sayer.  Dorathey.  Elizabeth.  Hester. 
19  yere  old  1634. 


Jscott. 


Arms. — Quarterly  of  nine — 1  and  9.  Scott,  as  in  Vis.  of  1612.  2.  Swinburne,  as 
in  the  same  Vis.  3.  Gules,  three  cinquefoils  argent,  a  bordure  counter compony 
of  the  second  and  azure.  [Swinburne.]  4.  Vert,  a  lion  rampant  argent. 
j  ]  5.  Azure,  an  inescutcheon  or.  [Bertram.]  6.  Gules,  a  lion 

rampant  argent  within  a  bordure  of  plates.  [Hewick.]  7.  Quarterly  of  six 
sable  and  ermine.  [Fitz  Richard.]  8.  Ermine,  a  cross-bow  bent  in  pale 
gules.  [Alabaster  or  Arblaster.] 

Crest. — Same  as  Scott  in  Vis.  of  1612. 


Hugh  Scott  of  Brentwood  2  son  of  Will’m  Scott=pKynborow  d.  & 
of  Staplefford  in  com.  Essex  made  his  will  heire  of  ...  . 

1540,  32  H.  8.  Hewick. 


George  Scott  of  Chigwell  in  com.  Essex,  esqr.=pMargerett  d.  of .  .  .  .  Pigott  of 


as  in  his  will  30  Q.  Elizabeth. 


Abingdon  in  com.  Cambridge. 


William  Scott  of  Chigwell  made=p Prudence  d.  &  coheire  of  Edmond  Alabaster 


his  will  20  Novemb.  1597. 


of  Bretts  Hall  in  Tendring. 


George  Scott  of  Greate  Easton  in  com.=j=Joane  d.  of  Will’m  Towse  esqr. 
Essex  &  of  Lincolns  Inn  barester.  sergeant  at  law. 


.1.  I  2 

William  Scott  about  George 
17  yere  old  1634.  Scott. 


Thomas 

Scott. 


Joane  ux.  Oldes- 
worth. 


I 


I 


Mary.  Jane.  Hester.  Anne. 


486 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


An  Indenture  bearing  date  the  6  day  of  December  in  the  4th  &  5th  yeeres  of 
Mary  &  Phillip  between  Thomas  Bedell  of  Writle  in  the  county  of  Essex  gent,  on 
the  one  p’t  &  John  Seymer  of  Woodham  Mortymer  in  the  aforesaid  county  on  the 
other  part,  whereby  the  said  Thomas  Bedell  doth  sell  &  passe  away  certayne  lands 
&  tenements  in  Writtle  &  Chelmsfford  unto  the  aforesaid  John. 


John  Seymer  of  Woodham  Mortimer=pAvis  d. 
in  com.  Essex  one  of  the  gentlemen  of  ... . 
pencioners  to  Queene  Elizabeth  of 
Blessed  Memory. 


A  seal  is  here  given — the 
arms  apparently  a  chevron 
between  three  escallops ;  the 
shield  within  the  letters  P.  B. 


Samuell  Seymer  of  Shopland: 
in  com.  Essex. 


=Aves  d.  &  heire  of  John  Seymer  of  Wood¬ 
ham  Mortimer. 


Samuell  Seymer  only  son  &  heir  apparent=pMary  d.  of  Richard  Upcher  of 
now  of  Colchester  living  a0  1634.  I  Dedham  in  com.  Essex. 


Samuell  Seymer  of  Emanuell  College  in  Cambridg.  Mary  Seymer. 


^baa. 


Arms. — Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  lozenges  ermine.  [Shaa.] 


Sr  John  Shaa  Knt.  sometime  Mayor  of  London.=p 


I  1 

Edmond  Shaa.=j= 


Allice  d.  &  heir  ux. 
Will’m  Pooley. 


Thomas  Shaa  of  Bowe  buried=j=Mary  d.=Thomas  Barber 
in  St.  Mary’s  there.  I  of  ...  .  2  husband. 


Thomas  Shaa  of  Tarling=pPhillip  d.  of  John  Rochester 


in  com.  Essex. 


of  Tarling. 


|  1 

Thomas 

Shaa. 


I  2 


Edmond  Shaa  of=f  Elizabeth  d.  of  Roberte  Wordsworth 
Tarling  1634.  of  Britlesey  (Brightlingsea). 


I  3 

Richard. 


|1  I  2  |  II 

Edmond  Robert  Sarah.  Elizabeth.  Anne. 

Shaa.  Shaa. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


487 


^fjaqp. 

Arms. — Argmi,  three  eagles'  heads  erased  sable.  [Sharp.] 


Edward  Sharpe  of  Worthington=p 
in  com.  Leicester. 


= Henry  Sharp  of  Leigh  in: 
com.  Essex  a0  1634. 


f 


=Phebe  d.  of  Goodslade  the  relict 
of  ...  .  Hall  of  London. 


Henry  Sharpe. 


&Iantp. 

Arms. — Gules,  a  bend  behveen  three  martlets  or.  [Slaney.] 

Crest. — A  griffin's  head  proper,  wings  endorsed  or,  beaked  of  the  last.  [Slaney.] 


Humfrey  Slaney ,=p 


Humfrey  Slaney  of=pJane  d.  of . .  .  .  Wylde 
London  merchant.  I  of  London. 


I  1 

John  Slany  of=pDorathey  d.  of 


Hornchurch. 


Thomas 

Corbett. 


|  2  |  3 
Humfrey. 

Giles. 


Dorathey. 

Elizabeth. 


Anne. 


Anne.  Dorathey. 


(No.  1.) 


Arms  .—Quarterly  of  six — 1.  Smith.  2.  Lainham.  3.  Hinde. 
5.  Tendring.  6.  Turner. 

Crest. — Same  as  that  of  Smyth  under  Carrington,  Vis.  of  1612. 


4.  Foster. 


.  .  .~Thomas  Smyth  of  Rivenhall- 
in  com.  Essex. 


Tsabell  d.  &  heire  of  Will’m  Forster  of 
Little  Baddow  in  com.  Essex. 


John  Smyth  of  Blackmore  3  son=j=.  ...  d.  of  Trymnell  of  Worster- 
(see  note  in  Vis.  of  1612).  I  shire  Auditor  to  King - 

A  | 


488 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


A  I 


_ d.  of 

Colshill  of 


=j=Thomas  Smyth= 
of  Blackmore. 


^Margerett  d.  &  sole  heir  of  John  Turner 
of  Cressing-hall  in  com.  Essex. 


Francis  Smyth=.  ...  d.  of ...  .  Charles= Dorathey  d.  of . . . .  Margerett. 

disinherited.  Billingsley  of  Smyth.  Wiseman  of  Riven- 
London  Alderman.  hall. 


Arthur  Smyth  2  son=pAnne  d.  of .  .  .  .  Abigail. 
&  heir  apparent.  I  Milward. 


I  I  2  |  3 

Captaine  Stephen^ Joane  d.  of  Thom.  Thomas.  Arther. 
Smyth  of  Black-  Bennett  of  London 
more.  Alderman. 


Athalancie. 


Dorathey  ux. 
Thom.  Jenings 
of  Dunmow. 


Dorathey.  Margerett. 


gwtptf). 

(No.  2.) 


Sr  Will’m  Smyth  of  Hill  Hall=j=Bridgett  d.  of  Sr .  .  . .  Fleetwood 
in  com.  Essex  Knt.  I  of  the  Yache  in  com.  Bucks. 


Sr  Will’m  Smyth=pHelligawrth  d.  of  Edward 
of  Hill  Hall  in  Lord  Conway  of  Ragley  & 
com.  Essex  Knt.  secretary  of  state  to  King 
James  &  King  Charles. 


Edward  Smyth  sonn  &  heire.  Thomas  Smyth  about  3  quarters  of  a  yere  old  1634. 


Elizabeth  ux.  Sr  Will’m  Spring  Bridgett  ux.  Sr  Robert  Frances  ux.  Sr  Mathew 

of  Pakenham  in  com.  Suffolk  Josselyn  of  Newhall  Brand  of  Moulsey  in 

Knt.  Josselyn  Knt.  com.  Surrey  Knt. 


I  2 

Thomas  Smyth=j=Joane  d.  of  S' 


of  Horham  Hall 
in  com.  Essex 
a0  1634. 


Edward  Altham 
of  Markhall  in 
com.  Essex  Knt. 


THE  VISITATION  OF  ESSEX,  1634. 


489 


(No.  3.) 


Arms. — Ermine,  a  quatrefoil  sable  between  three  bezants.  [ 
Crest. — A  plume  of  six  feathers  argent  and  vert.  [Smyth.] 


] 


John  Smyth.= 


Thom.  Smyth  of  Radwinter- 
Hall  in  com.  Essex. 


=Margerett  d.  of  Collyn  of  Great 
Bardfeld  in  com.  Essex. 


Henry  Smyth  of  Rad-- 
winter  Hall. 


:Mary  d.  of  John  Smyth  of  Walden 
in  com.  Essex. 


1  |  2  |  3  | 

Henry  Smyth  of=j=Grace  d.  of  Symon  Thomas 
Radwinter  Hall  John  Col-  Smyth.  Smyth, 
in  com.  Essex  lyn  of  Wis- 
gen.  now  live-  bich  in 
ing  a0  1634.  com.  Cambr. 


I  I  I 

1.  Mary. 


4.  Elizabeth. 


2.  Frances.  5.  Jane. 

3.  Grace. 


Henery  Smyth  one  year  &  more  1634. 


♦ 


(See  TSMl) 


John  Snape  of=f-  ...  d.  &  heir  of  Sr  Symon 


Stanlake  in 
com.  Oxon. 


Harconrt  of  Staunton  Har- 
court  in  com.  Oxon. 


.  .  Snape=p 


I 


of  . 


....  Snape  of 
St.  Katherins 
juxta  London. 


John  Snape  of  Stanlake=j=.  .  .  .  d.  of  .  .  .  Redborne 
in  com.  Oxon.  of  Stanlake  in  com.  Oxon. 


Robert  Snape  of  Maldon^Mary  d.  of  William 


in  com.  Essex  65  yere 
old  1634. 


1  | 

Robert  Snape  32  yeres  old  1634 


Pollard  of  Tollesbury 
in  com.  Essex. 


2  | 

William  Snape. 


8  R 


490 


THE  VISITATION  OF  E